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God is merciful.
God is faithful.
God is faithful.
Lailah Gifty Akita
One interesting aspect of the multiverse hypothesis is that you can not die — at least while it is still possible to live. No matter how serious the harm or injury, if it is survivable, you will survive. Don’t get me … Continue reading
The point is, if you continue to act as if you are the type of person you really want to be, you might occasionally forget you are “faking it”. From experience, I can tell you it sometimes works — if you … Continue reading
Are you a leaf in the wind, having no control over your own actions? To be fair, if you are going to blame others for your mistakes, you ought to give them at least as much credit for your successes. … Continue reading
I’ve heard this all my life. While it is true that no one but God is good (Mark 10:18), I believe that people, for the most part, *try* to be good. Consider, that with the same amount of effort you … Continue reading
With very few exceptions, there are no absolutes in this universe. There exist only varying degrees of probability. Even the old Newtonian “laws” are more accurately “rules of thumb”. We now know that although it is extremely likely that a rock … Continue reading
Infinite power means infinite potential energy. Yet we know that the universe only contains a finite amount of energy. If God exists only within this universe, God’s power is finite, God cannot be omnipotent. On the other hand, if the … Continue reading
For a thing to exist everywhere simultaneously, it must be completely insubstantial. Otherwise, its matter or substance would have to be infinitely dense because the concept of true omnipresence would not allow any empty space between the subatomic particles of … Continue reading
To truly know everything, God must know the future as well. The Uncertainty Principle seems to make this impossible. An electron’s location is completely unpredictable and as such can never be known at any given time. Philosophically speaking, if the future … Continue reading
This question has a false premise. It assumes that God was, in fact, created. For something to be created, it must have a beginning. God does not. I hesitate to use the word, “eternal”, but I will say that God … Continue reading
The supernatural can never be scientifically proven because it ceases to be “supernatural” once sufficient scientific proof is obtained. It is then considered to be a completely “natural” phenomenon.