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Knowing Jesus- You Carry God
Kieran tells the story of the Lost Sheep
Knowing Jesus- The Main Thing
3. How do vestigial states help us think about so-called world religions?
Prof. Naomi Goldenberg discusses religion as a vestigial state; April 2012
Jewish child discusses stealing with his Dad
Youth Matters Reflection by Lauren Hoey - broadcast on Sun 20 Nov 2011
Knowing Jesus-Meet King Jesus
Worship across the Racial Divide ~ excerpt Ch 3
How can the God of the Bible be alternately powerful/loving while also impotent/petulant/kind of an asshole?
God is characterized by the general cultural customs and thought process of the people of the time, because they are the ones who made up this personality. As people change, so do their conceptions of God. I agree with random dude in this clip. The model of God reflected a more violent and strict culture throughout the bible, not just in the old testament really. The only thing is that the new testament brought in some more tolerant ideas and transferred some of the focus of God through Jesus. Jesus was like a peaceful filter for Gods characterization so he seemed less violent. There may be a God out there, but once again, he/they is probably nothing like what is described in the bible. I like the "those people are clearly insane" comment. I think anyone who subscribes to the God of the bible has a clear component of insanity to them.
Platons Höhlengleichnis & die Konstruktion der Wirklichkeit heute
In der Physik gibt es in der Tat verschiedene Theorien, die Nichtwahrnehmbares zulassen. Zum einen gäbe es die bekannte Tatsache, dass wir nur drei "große" Raumdimensionen und zusätzlich die Zeit wahrnehmen. Es kann aber auch noch mehrere andere "kleine Dimensionen" geben, die wir nicht wahrnehmen können. Außerdem ermöglicht das Pfadintegral von Feynman auch die Vorstellung, dass mehrere Universen (auch mit ganz anderen Naturgesetzen) neben unserem bestehen können. Nachzulesen im Klassiker "Eine kurze Geschichte der Zeit" von Stephen Hawking oder ganz frisch auch in "Der große Entwurf".
A Story of Faith
A powerful testimonial of a person who lived out her faith.
Testing the Zoom H5 and bumping into God
I had planned to test the Zoom H5 and on leaving my shed and entering the garden I bumped into my 5 year old boy playing in his socks....
Hi @n2fgc I'm Ignostic. Any religious terminology or theological concept you present to me must be accompanied by a coherent definition. In all the discussions i've had on this no one has been able to deliver this. Without a clear definition, how can we meaningfully discuss? The word 'God' is not enough. It does not refer to anything reasonably defined. Therefore it has no literal significance. So i'm guessing we can't really discuss.
My friend, there are a lot of scientists out there who are Christians or believers in God. They accept the fact that He is, and I am grateful for these scientists who do not discount him. Just because one cannot see doesn't mean it isn't real. And Children can sense things adults have closed themselves off from.
tough subject buddy... well handled.
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There is no God, Merry Christmas!
Contains explicit language. Follow me on Twitter and Facebook, all the links and buttons and stuff are here www.mccaus.land - Thanks. CMx...
Rachel Wagner Ithaca
Knowing Jesus- Unlocking the Abundant Life
(3:00) Faith in Individuals & God (Pt. 4 of 5)
Long time no boo, Kevin.
Overcoming The Power of Sin in Your Life
The parade is a fun thing to do at least once. I have been - when I was young and joined a group staying up all night on Main Street. I don't think you'll ever figure out what is open when on Pioneer Day because I find it changes a little every year.
Well, the most annoying thing about Pioneer Day was just I couldn't figure out what was open when. Not really that big of a deal since I had nothing else going on, but I was just struck with many moments of "Doh!" I haven't been here long enough to see anything celebratory (except residual fireworks) but I'd like to see a parade just once. Kinda interesting as an outsider, both as a non-LDS, and from someone who's not from the area (and hasn't lived here that long). And yeah, I'm having the culture shock in terms of the conservative-ism, having come here from New York. Oy!
I'm LDS, but agree with most everything you said. I don't give a darn about the parade and the most annoying thing about this state is how conservative it is. A little conservative is good, this extreme, not so great.
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