Category Archives: Theosophy

Stephen Hawking Proves That God Created the Universe(s)!

I continue to be a little confused by Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow’s book, The Grand Design. Following from their work in this book Stephen Hawking uses their theories to explain why it’s possible for the universe to have begun … Continue reading

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What is the image of God?

In his book, We Make The Road By Walking, Brian McLaren writes… An image is a small imitation or echo, like a reflection in a mirror. So if we bear the image of God, then like God, we experience life … Continue reading

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The small, insignificant, and easily over-looked reveals God’s glory

– every teaching Jesus had about how God creates something glorious starts with something small. Never once did Jesus say the Kingdom of Heaven is like a Fortune 500 Company with super happy shareholders. It’s always something small, insignificant, easily … Continue reading

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Hear, Hear, Mr. Mclaren!

I often wander.  In the cyber sense. I have done my share of wondering in the physical sense as well, but those are different stories for different times.  Back to my recent cyber-wandering. I was recently discussing the relevance of … Continue reading

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Wrath? Really?

Wrath? Really? God has wrath and it’s directed at me? I read this again today in John 3:36. Just a couple of dozen verses after one, if not the most quoted verse in the bible. A verse that stands as … Continue reading

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The Art of Disruption

An excerpt from Rob Bell’s Drops Like Stars… There’s a phrase we use when we’re describing something we consider new and unexpected. We say it’s “out of the box.” The problem with the phrase is that when something or someone … Continue reading

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Paradox Validated

As I walked from the office to the train this evening my mind began to compose. This happens to me on a fairly frequent basis. Typically, my morning musings bear the fruit of more shareable ponderings, but tonight I feel … Continue reading

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