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Finders, Keepers

The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field. When someone found it, he hid it again. Then in his joy he went and sold all he had, and bought that field. Again, the kingdom of heaven is

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Posted in Spiritual Growth, The Bible Re-Viewed

Containers for God

This article is a sequel to the previous one, “Wavicles of Love.” If God is infinite, how can there be room for anything else? Wouldn’t everything just be a part of God? If God is infinite and therefore is present

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Posted in Science Philosophy and History

Wavicles of Love

There is an ancient theory that the deeper we look into the nature of reality, the simpler it gets. The Greek philosopher Democritus (c. 460 – c. 370 BC) is often given credit for being the originator of the idea

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Posted in Science Philosophy and History

Divine Love and Wisdom, by Emanuel Swedenborg

How did God create the universe? What does the universe say about God . . . and about the human psyche? This highly philosophical work will expand the boundaries of your mind, revealing many deep mysteries of the cosmos, the

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Posted in Books and Literature

How did God Create the Universe? Was the World Really Created in Six Days?

God Creates Universe with Big Bang That might be the Sunday morning newspaper headline oh, about 13.75 billion years ago . . . if newspapers were possible in the primordial quark-gluon soup. I know, I know, the Bible says the world was

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Posted in Science Philosophy and History
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