Tag Archives: human history

Eternity

Cosmology: Part Two Eternity Friday, September 6, 2019 I saw “a new heaven and a new earth,” for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and there was no longer any sea. —Revelation 21:1 John doesn’t say the old earth is destroyed; it’s made new. Not only humans, but the whole of… Continue Reading Eternity

Holistic Knowing

Cosmology: Part One Holistic Knowing Tuesday, August 27, 2019 The sciences will just separate the human off and focus on the physical aspects of the universe and the religious traditions will shy away from the universe because that’s reserved for science. So cosmology is an attempt to deal with the whole and the nature of… Continue Reading Holistic Knowing

The First Incarnation

Christ Since the Beginning The First Incarnation Thursday, February 21, 2019 The first Incarnation of God did not happen in Bethlehem 2,000 years ago. That is just the moment when it became human and personal, and many people began to take divine embodiment as a serious possibility. The initial Incarnation actually happened around 14 billion… Continue Reading The First Incarnation

Shamanism

Primal and Indigenous Spirituality Shamanism Monday, August 6, 2018 Hiroshima Day Some of the earliest evidences of human expression—dating over 40,000 years ago—can be found in the caves of Indonesia, France, and Spain. While the original meanings of these paintings are unknown to us, many anthropologists suggest “shamanism” or what we might call mystical consciousness… Continue Reading Shamanism

Nature Reflects God’s Goodness

Nature: Week 2 Nature Reflects God’s Goodness Wednesday, November 16, 2016 God brought things into being in order that his [sic] goodness might be communicated to creatures, and be represented by them; and because his goodness could not be adequately represented by one creature alone, he produced many and diverse creatures, that what was wanting… Continue Reading Nature Reflects God’s Goodness

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