• Can the invisible be trusted?

    In this age when empirical knowledge is king, when folks trust in science as the hope of mankind, it is not surprising that God has taken a back seat. After all, there is no evidence that He exists! And reality is defined by empirical evidence, right! God is best suited to dealing with death, and the belief of after-life - once science has given up and hands the body over to the priest.

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  • What is your God, believe it or not?

    When someone says they don’t believe in God, I always wonder what they don’t believe in. (of course, the same goes for those that say they believe in God!) After all, it’s not like there is a definition of God agreed upon by everyone, and whether you buy into Him or not, there has to be some concept there!

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  • Why Godless good is deadly

    Some of the catch terms of today: open society, inclusiveness, earth-friendly, globalism - are considered inarguably good on their own merit. They take center stage on the political agenda of many. Because they are inarguably good, their pursuit justifies virtually any means, and conferring to a higher intelligence or law is not necessary if not absurd. In this mode of operation, man has, in effect, become God, the All-knowing, All-wise. Oh, and by the way, anyone who questions or resists the inarguable good is considered, in effect, the devil - and this is considered progress, absolutely necessary for the survival of man.

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