What if God was One of Us?

Why do so many Christians understand God in a way similar to other human agents, only infinitely more wise, powerful, and unseen? To some scientists, this ease of attributing events to some intelligent cause has suggested a way of explaining theistic beliefs. [Read more…]

Our God is a Chaotic God

What if there really was nothing before the first things in the universe? No God preceded creation. Must atheistic conclusions necessarily follow? Not according to some arguing that God and the initial chaos of the early universe could have existed together in a state of co-dependency.
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Science, Religion, and Buddha Too

There is a simple fact being largely ignored by those engaging science and religion: it is not an exclusively Christian enterprise. Dialogue with other religions can make some of the work being done in the field look downright ridiculous. [Read more…]