Science Fiction Spirituality

Two things of interest via IO9. First is a trailer from a movie, “I Origins,” which explores the story of a scientist trying to make sense of evidence he encounters that there are aspects of existence beyond what science can explain: Second, there is a post on the impact of spirituality on the legacy of [Read More...]

The Ultimate Rejection

Via Bob Cargill on Facebook [Read more...]

If God Can Do Anything

Ricky Carvel recently posted on the implication of saying that one believes in a God who can do anything. Such a God can make a universe that offers no evidence of a divine creator. A God who can do anything can make a universe that was planned to be exactly as ours is, and bring [Read More...]

The End Is Near

Via Marc Cortez [Read more...]

Judgment and Judgmentalism

Some seem to think that the basis for their judgment before God will be whether they were as judgmental towards others as they think God also is.   [Read more...]

God is Truth

The above quote on Facebook seemed worth turning into a meme, and so I did so, with the author’s permission. “In my view, Ham’s basic mistake is to separate God and Truth. Not only is all truth God’s truth, but God and Truth are indistinguishable. God is identical to his attributes. Inasmuch as Ham stands [Read More...]

How Jesus Became God: Initial Ripples

Bart Ehrman’s latest book How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher from Galilee is now available. I’ve received my copy and will be reading it and blogging about it soon. Jeremy Bouma has already pointed out something important, which is typical of Ehrman’s books for a popular audience. He is simply popularizing [Read More...]