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Beyond IT “potato sorting” to nonmaterial reality

Computers are glorified potato sorters (separating electrons rather than potatoes). People translate data into electronic codes and then a computer sorts, arranges, categorizes, stores, and retrieves those coded electrons as directed by a person (or a program written by a person). … Continue reading

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Which formula rings true to you?

God + nothing = everything. G0d took nothing  (0) and made it everything! This formula makes so much more sense to my mind (and my heart) than the formula behind our contemporary secular society: Time + nothing = everything. Which … Continue reading

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What Best Fits Facts–Evolution Or Monotheism & Evilution

Which best represents reality? What best fits facts? The sudden crash of supernaturally created life, caused by careless human choice? Or the spontaneous generation and gradual growth of self-manifested and self-animated life on earth? Evolution – the continual, self-generating advancement and improvement of … Continue reading

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Atheism or A Theism

Atheism doubts and denies a Creator, while putting great faith in the ability of nothing to produce everything. Atheism is the ultimate personification — bestowing on nothing the abilities of an intelligent being — the capacity to create, to bring … Continue reading

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What Can Nothing Do?

What can nothing do?  Absolutely nothing! If you capture some nothing in a science lab (creating a vacuum) can your sample of nothing do enough in a scientific lab to justify the belief of many modern “intellectuals” that nothing produced … Continue reading

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Church — Spiritual Training Camp? Or Spectator Religion?

Like an NFL Training Camp, church should be hands-on training — not passive lecture. Through rigorous involvement and interaction, church should train believers in the spiritual skills and attitudes necessary to make a powerful, victorious, and godly impact in the … Continue reading

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Sunday Holy Spirit Science Lab?

Perhaps a church service could be like a high school science lab where ordinary people experiment with hearing and obeying the Holy Spirit.  What would happen if people showed up for Sunday church ready to share with and minister to … Continue reading

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