An article in the New Scientist argues that analogy is the core of human thinking. New Church thought goes even further: it says that the universe itself is like an analogy, in that it is a physical expression of spiritual reality. [Read more...]
[Edit: Note that this blog has a new URL: www.patheos.com/blogs/goodandtruth/ (changed from www.patheos.com/community/goodandtruth/). RSS feed: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/goodandtruth/feed/. Links from the old URL and its RSS feed should still work, but it's probably a good idea to update your bookmarks anyway.] Stephanie Pappas, senior writer at LiveScience, writes of a new study indicating that infants as young [Read More...]
Is my red your red, or do you see red as what I call “blue”? It’s a question that most of us have probably found ourselves wondering about, because we have no way of actually sharing with another person how we perceive a color. But in a post on his blog at Psychology Today, Mark [Read More...]
There’s a good blog post over at the Beretta Blog pointing out the error in the argument of those who accuse others of falling into the “Lottery Fallacy.” This group calls it a fallacy to argue for the existence of Divine design from the improbability of life-supporting universe, since this universe was no less likely to [Read More...]
Rev. Coleman Glenn is a minister in the General Church of the New Jerusalem, a Swedenborgian denomination. He lives in Dawson Creek, BC, and serves as pastor of the Dawson Creek Church of the New Jerusalem. He blogs on various issues from a New Church (i.e. Swedenborgian) perspective.