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God works in mysterious ways

The most common adage in Christian theology is that God works in mysterious ways. I say that God; being the by product of human thought, works in human ways. God’s greatest attributes are those not shared with humanity. Those attributes include: Omnipotence: In possession of all-encompassing power. This is not a...

Biocentrism Meet the Holographic Model

When I first began to understand the principles behind the formation of Robert Lanza’s theory of biocentrism, I was intrigued. The theory postulates that the consciousness creates the universe, rather than the universe creating the consciousness. The idea behind this theory allows for many other theories and philosophical interpretations to...

The Holographic Model’s Role in Creationism

“Space is not empty. It is full, a plenum as opposed to a vacuum, and is the ground for the existence of everything, including ourselves. The universe is not separate from this cosmic sea of energy.” – David Bohm. As we have seen thus far, neither cosmology, philosophy, physics, nor...

Spinoza on God: Einstein on Spinoza

Baruch Spinoza is perhaps the most influential philosopher among the religious and anti-religious alike. His views on religion and God in general garnered much attention from some of the top experts in the fields of Cosmology, philosophy, physics, and theology, and with good reason. Spinoza’s ideals were radical to theologians...

“I Doubt, Therefore I think, Therefore I Am” ~Rene Descartes

This brief statement made by philosopher René Descartes (Discours de la method, 1637) is one that has haunted me most of my life. In “Discours” the philosopher rationalized that his ability to think rationally proved he existed because his thoughts wouldn’t exist without his own individuality and knowledge to propel...

Humanism Spurs Evolution Revolution

The evolution revolution is about understanding humanity’s need to constantly evolve so that we can avoid the fate of the dinosaur. It is knowing what role intelligence plays in that, and taking the steps necessary to accomplish it. For some reason, humanity is constantly at odds with itself when intellectualism...

Quick Note on Humanism

In the beginning, there was man, then man made God(s). Once man made God, that became the foundation for human progress. God was, at first, a beacon into enlightenment; an awakening of the spirit, and a pathway to the stars. Over time, humanity decided that there wasn’t enough room in...