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Water = Truth

In my previous post, entitled “Swedenborg’s illuminating interview with Cicero,” the claim was made that ancient people’s source of wisdom revolved around distilling psycho-spiritual values from physical and worldly things. The ancients did this because they believed that the material world … Continue reading

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Why does God keep secrets from us?

God doesn’t always tell us the whole truth. Why would this be? For one thing, as humans with finite minds, we are unable to absorb and comprehend the ineffable data concerning an Infinite God. But God also keeps secrets from … Continue reading

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Religion As God’s Evolutionary Strategy

Science is more concerned with the “how” of things rather than the “why.” If we are to have a constructive dialog between science and theology the answer to the “why” question will have to generate new knowledge about the world … Continue reading

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