It is important for us to recognize that just because we purchase something, we don’t know it well enough to take absolute control of it. Every object in this universe is made of Continue reading
There was a time anything not easily tangible physically or intellectually was once considered spiritual. Now math has revealed many mysteries of the universe – but is it any less spiritual? Continue reading
The first perspective is what is presently available in the information known to man. Intellectual discoveries and observations. Continue reading
What are some of the influences on your thought life? Do you acknowledge the subtle ones? What about why they stayed there in the first place?
How does technology fit in with God? Is it only a means to present God? Or is technology itself a marvel of God’s creation revealed in the discovery and imagination He put in man?
Morality often is an after thought in our modern age. It is almost as though is a reluctantly-considered carry-over from antiquity, as if to respect those who have gone before us. But physical laws are linked with physical matter, so doesn’t it follow that physics should have a hierarchical director in morality?
Is man just a biological entity with some elaborate ability to perceive our own existence?
The demonstration of fact is based on empirical repeatability and measurability. But that is only for physical, tangible things. What about for for moral absolutes? Continue reading
The argument against God and for random mutation, and for intelligent design and against creation is a large and complex genre of debate that really spans beyond science. Continue reading
What if what the people of the 1st century called miracles were really what now is categorized as quantum mechanics, or even well-defined science? Is there still miracles today that quantum physics barely even has a framed formula’s for? Continue reading