Yearning

Love In Imagine a Boy, we considered the love between a father and son, illustrating how it stems at least from a feeling of unity; of oneness; something deeper than mere kinship. What the boy and his father desire is not mere proximity. Not merely comfortable companionship. Not just mutually entertaining company. Rather, they experience […]

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Matter as God

You probably know the phrase “mind over matter.”  It’s used in kind of a comic-book sense, oftentimes, but there’s a serious sense, too.  It is the idea that Mind precedes matter.  That a consciousness (the mind of God) preceded and created matter, and so all of matter is subject to its Maker, the immaterial God who […]

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The Pagan Epoch

The Hebrews, Before Christ We think of the principal monotheistic religions as being Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. They appeared in that order. Islam is quite recent, compared to the others. It was founded in the 6th century A.D. It is often criticized as being merely derivative (and poorly derivative) of Judaism and Christianity. In any […]

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