The Beginning of Space and Time

| October 26, 2011

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Physicists are beginning to tell a scientific version of creation, called the Big Bang Theory. Prior to the Big Bang, there was only an intellectual reality that existed outside of space and time. This intellectual reality caused a multitude of primordial bosons to be created. These primordial bosons specialized into the four great forces of our physical universe. Time began when gauge bosons formed fermion pairs. Space began when fermions formed the first protons and neutrons.

What Is an Existential God?

| July 24, 2011

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An “Existential God” is a personal and unique understanding of God that makes sense to us based on what we know about our physical world. It is based on the three themes of modern existentialism – freedom of thought, individual uniqueness, and living our lives passionately according to our beliefs.

The Relationship Between Science and Faith

| July 23, 2011

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Science is the study of what we have learned about our universe. Faith is what we believe to be true, but have not yet discovered. Organized religions are to accept scientific discoveries causing a Religious Gap. As this gap gets wider, people tend to fall away from organized religions.

Our Changing View of God

| July 22, 2011

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As mankind evolves, our view of God changes. Early mankind made sacrifices to win the favor of the Gods. Over time, this view changed to viewing God as locked in a struggle with Satan for the salvation of the soul. Today, we seek a personal relationship with God.

A New Role for Religion

| July 21, 2011

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A “religion” is a set of spiritual beliefs and rituals developed by a person, or small group of people, that is accepted and practiced by a large group of people. Religion mixed with temporal authority has been the cause of many unnecessary wars. The United States Constitution strictly prohibited religion from having any termporal authority. In developing countries, religion has become less about strict adherence to dogma, and more about a community in which to raise a family and to help the less fortunate.