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God of Science

What has science brought us: better ways to live or quicker ways to kill? Have we traded technology for faith and compassion? Is God found in a test-tube or bomb? Be careful what you worship. There is but one Source, … Continue reading

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Untrustworthy Mirror

Stop trying to figure things out; science is an untrustworthy mirror. We see in the microscope what we anticipate and even that is not “real.” People of old know the value of mystery, while we try to debunk it. Oh, … Continue reading

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The Feast

Where is the line between imagination and another reality? Science examines our reality with the prejudices of the observers; we accept their “truths” without question but doubt our own perceptions. Come fly with me, with open heart and mind to … Continue reading

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Science and Religion

Can religion and ecology work together? Can science encompass God? Why have we compartmentalized our divine nature and our material existence? Are polluted lakes and rivers a spiritual issue? Is the rape and plunder of Earth’s natural resources a pulpit … Continue reading

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Science and Mysticism

I’ve moved from petri dishes, to mystical visions. “Prove it to me” changed to astral travel, scientific certainty became quantum guessing. But then, I never thought God belonged in a beaker, or that love can be proved with complicated formulas. … Continue reading

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