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Through a Glass, Darkly

Even when we behold the most attentively the magnificence of the universe we still remain unable to grasp its truth. Even if we could be sent to its furthest destinations, and plunged into other galaxies at the maximum warp, we … Continue reading

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Beloved and Dangerous Cult

A group of friends are discussing the prospective origin of a beautifully designed chair in the room. It was a solid, antique Victorian wooden armchair, almost royal in appearance covered with red leather upholstery. Although they knew very little about … Continue reading

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Morally Corrupt and Dangerous Fiction

  Today’s embrace of the theory of evolution by natural selection, as if it were a proven scientific fact, has much more to do with the scientific culture ridden by dishonesty than with the workings of empirical science. When this … Continue reading

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My God is Not Frankenstein

Contrary to the creepy, slow-moving ways Jesus’ miracles are often featured in popular movies that pretend at portraying His life and mission, whenever Jesus spoke the words of healing the miracles would follow instantaneously. A blind man Bartimaeus “immediately recovered … Continue reading

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