Why God? (and if so, where?)

July 8, 2014

In the pause between breaths you will find peace. And in that peace, you will find God.

I’ve never been a particularly religious person. Like many kids, I took it seriously when adults told us what God wanted. So, I made sure that we got all of the leavened bread out of the house for Passover. That’s what our particular version of God wanted. As time went on, and my rational mind developed, I saw that many of the┬áprecepts and foundational stories of religions were internally inconsistent and just didn’t make logical sense to me.

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About God

November 6, 2013

God-02

Good news! God exists! God is an amorphous, dissipating cloud of energy. It’s true that God is immortal; God is the creative lifeforce of the universe. God initiated the Big Band with a thought. Very involved with the initial swirling around of matter and energy, God expanded with the new universe. While God’s powers diminished with this dilution, even a couple thousand years ago, God was able to have some influence over human affairs. In fact, Earth was one of God’s last great creations. After that, God created a few minor planets and asteroids, perhaps some single-celled life somewhere. Human beings came into existence just at the end of God’s ability to affect change.

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