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THE EXISTENCE OF GOD AND THE BEGINNING OF THE UNIVERSE

by William Lane Craig

William Craig earned a doctorate in philosophy at the University of Birmingham, England, before taking a doctorate in theology from the Ludwig Maximiliens Universitat-Munchen, West Germany, at which latter institution he was for two years a Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung. 8,276 more words

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MATTER, DEATH, AND CONSCIOUSNESS

Matter, Death & Consciousness 

by James P. Kowall* & Pradeep B. Deshpande

*Correspondence: James Kowall, MD, PhD, Independent Scholar, Coos Bay, OR, USA. Email: jkowall137@gmail.com… 15,695 more words

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A Philosophical Examination into the Existence of Unicorns

1 — Introduction

Putting forth the question of analyzing the efficacious existence of Unicorns may seem from the onset as a futile exercise in sophistry 3,977 more words

Philosophy

"You Already Have Everything You Need."

Today was a wonderful day.  I’m hoping for some fantastic dreams tonight!  I am learning about connecting with the “knower” within.

I’ve now heard this message many times from many different sources: … 405 more words

Metaphysics

A Message From the Family: Heaven Can Wait

Nothing in physical reality maintains its form forever. This includes the shape of spacetime itself, if “shape” can be used to refer to a nonphysical, nontemporal probability construct in which the phenomena of energy and matter can form regular recurring patterns. 893 more words

Spirituality

"Floor 1,250 please."

Think of some combination of The Twilight Zone and Doctor Who, what do you get? A space elevator. By 2050, Obayashi, a Japanese construction company, plans to begin building a-no joke-space elevator. 408 more words

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Trump in the Shadow of the Hegelian Ego

On September 15th, 2016, less than two months until the U.S. presidential election, the New York Times posted an opinion editorial titled When a Crockpot Runs for President, which asked — or, rather, fervently challenged — if the media is failing in their duties to honestly frame the narrative of Donald Trump relative to Hillary Clinton (Kristof 2016).  1,354 more words

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