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The First part of this post can be found here. I didn’t understand why Zubin did not want a relationship with God. Who wouldn’t want a relationship with Jesus? Who wouldn’t want a deeper understanding of God? Who wouldn’t want … Continue reading
(I initially did not want to write this post, because it felt it too emotional and selfish on my behalf. But after thinking about it several days, I thought it was still too emotional and selfish, but at the same … Continue reading
God is the above and beyond everything; God is the unmovable mover; God is the first and the last, …..God is the Married Bachelor. God is the living contradiction. Too many times I have listened to people describe God as … Continue reading
A while back I did a post on God being Infinite and the many contradictory problems with calling God infinite. And when doing that post, in the comments section the post turned to issue of God being Eternal. So I … Continue reading
In the early parts of the 1600’s there was a noblewoman by the name of Countess Elizabeth Bathory. She was a widow and came from the Bathory nobility family line in Hungary. What the Countess would do, is that … Continue reading
When I first saw the initial picture of Jesus talking to Spiderman, Captain America and The Hulk, I couldn’t help but chuckle to myself. As to how silly this picture really makes the ideology of Jesus really look. Even though … Continue reading
This is a very interesting de-conversion story of Daniel Everett as he tried to evangelize to an indigenous (atheist) Amazonian Tribe. And in his attempt to convert them, he himself converted to a non-believer. *He also has a book about … Continue reading
A quote from Marcus Aurelius: Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If … Continue reading
This is the last post in my Religion vs Science Series. Different Worldviews of Faith and Science I would definitely say that a christian/religious worldview contradicts that of a scientific world view. For in a religious worldview morality, faith, God, … Continue reading
In my previous post I talked about how among the opinion of the general populace that even though many say that there is no contradiction among religion and science. The christian community is struggling in this area because nearly a … Continue reading
A Similar (Touching) Story on an Atheist Minister leading the faithful: “Reading the Bible is what led me not to believe in God,” he said. I came across this article awhile back. It’s an old one, but one worth repeating. It really … Continue reading
After doing my post series on the Anatomy of a Perfect God, I wanted to finish it off with one final question: Does the concept of God even make sense? Is the idea of a Perfect God illogical? The Philosophy … Continue reading