When thinking about evil, most people visualize a figure like Satan… a crimson hideous pointy-tailed figure holding a pitch folk. In addition to spiritual figures like Satan, most people describe physical figures like Hitler or Stalin as evil. All of these might be viewed as OBVIOUS examples of evil. In this month’s blog entitled What Does Evil Look Like?, we explore much more subtle things… man-made things, things in biology, things in physics… that could be described as evil.
If Jesus ran for president, what do you think is the likelihood He would actually win? If you’re a devout Christian, your initial response might be a resounding OF COURSE he would win! In this month’s blog entitled What if Jesus Ran for President, we discuss how a victory for Jesus would be HIGHLY unlikely.
Last year’s Life, God, and the Universe blogs mostly focused on articles describing how science and religion come together in some rather unexpected ways… as seen, for example, in And The Two Shall Become One… Quantum Entanglement
This month’s blog entitled Pray for the Rich… NOT the Poor changes gears. If you’ve not read any previous blog, this is the one to read. A rather controversial title (on purpose), it will challenge you to look in the mirror and contemplate the condition of your heart. If you are impacted by this article, I would encourage you to share it with others. Click Full Article to see the full article.
In our September 2017 blog, we discussed mathematical concepts found in nature reflecting the mind and character of an all-powerful creator of the universe. In this month’s blog entitled Life Lesson Learned from Integer Arithmetic, we discuss how a particular mathematical principle can be used in conflict resolution in our daily lives.
Most Christians assume that in determining how to handle a particular situation, the advice from Jesus would be the same as the advice from God. In this month’s blog entitled Does “What would Jesus do?” = “What would God do?” we explore whether this assumption is always true.
Most people believe that they are a good person. Their belief is based upon their positive loving words and/or actions bestowed upon others… but what about thoughts? Do negative thoughts impact being classified as a good person? Most people believe that negative thoughts, by themselves, are ok as long as they don’t lead to destructive words and/or actions. In Do Thoughts Matter?, we discuss what Christianity and science has to say about the power and impact of thoughts.
Albert Einstein, the most renowned scientist in the history of man-kind and recipient of Time Magazine’s “Person of the Century” award, believed in an all-powerful intellegent loving God that created the universe. Self-proclaimed atheists such as Steven Hawking believe that God does not exist. In There is No Such Thing as Atheism, we make the case that actually it is atheism that does not exist.