Tag: physics

Divine Love

Sin is a manifestation of our lack of love for God. It’s not enough just to say we love Jesus, because we are incapable of perfect love. God demands to be loved by that which he is worthy of – Divine Love. We can only love Him back with this Divine Love when we accept

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Ignition – What the Flash and other Cosmic Superheroes can teach us about God and our Universe

To simultaneously believe and do is the hardest part of existence. Whether you’re a Marvel or DC fan, or an admirer of the fantasy genres of Tolkien, Lewis and L’Engle (or maybe you just like art imitating life/life imitating art), I am sure you can appreciate what I am about to share without having to

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The Sound and the Fury

There is a balance in all of nature. A causal tone that unites every song, every creature. To learn to hear this tone is one thing. Everything was designed to know it. It’s in their DNA. But, to learn how to let it transform you, these are the secrets only Nature can reveal. It is

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The Sound of Heaven: Lost in Translation

There is so much debate among Christians, and even non-Christians, over the meaning of words. In fact, whole sects of division have come from disagreement over translating the word. For a secular example of this, one just has to look at our judicial system. Clearly mankind has concern over the interpretation of words. Sadly, what

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