Tag Archives: supernatural

Why Pray?

Chuck Smith said, “I am convinced that prayers do not and cannot change the purposes of God ….” Assume, for the sake of argument, that God, as conceptualized by the average Christian or Muslim, exists. If God knows all and everything is proceeding according … Continue reading

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The Trinity

I originally published some thoughts on the Trinity on October 18, 2013. It became lost in cyberspace due to technical problems, but I have developed a few new ideas since then that may contribute additional understanding. Ineffably Yours I believe the official Church teaching on the Trinity causes Christians no … Continue reading

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Hypothetical God

Originally posted on 2013/10/11. Full disclosure: I do not believe in anything supernatural. I don’t really even know what “supernatural” is. But what if there were a creator and controller of the cosmos, with qualities similar to those attributed to … Continue reading

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The Value of Absurdity

If there is no God, then man and the universe are doomed. Like prisoners condemned to death, we await our unavoidable execution. There is no God, and there is no immortality. And what is the consequence of this? It means that … Continue reading

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The Creative God

I have a concept of god that makes sense to me. It’s probably not compatible your concept, but that’s fine, we don’t have to agree. Generally, at least in the Abrahamic religions, God is thought of as the creator of … Continue reading

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Skeptics and Closed Minds

Skeptic: A person inclined to question or doubt all accepted opinions. A Little History I have been accused of having a closed mind, because I mentioned that I think astrology is bunk. A closed mind, really? I’m the ultimate skeptic, which … Continue reading

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