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panentheism and Vedic wisdom

Panentheism seems to be the West’s attempt to reconcile God’s transcendence with His immanence (or even omnipresence) here in His creation.  This thread of philosophy and theology could be viewed as an attempt to bridge the chasm between theism and impersonal pantheism. 225 more words


Smog and God

One thing that has become notoriously synonymous with the rise of modern, developing China, especially in the minds of the outside world, are the images of grey mists of pollution encompassing Beijing and other places, forcing its residents to don some sort of gas mask. 1,092 more words

Thoughts On Contemporary Society And Issues

God In and Beyond All Things

I’ve believed in some sort of divine force, being or whatever for about six or seven years now. Before, I was an atheist and raised as one too. 980 more words


"Prove God!" as an Inept Question

(Cross-posted from a Diqus Forum discussion. This has been touched upon here earlier, but might legitimately bear repeating:)


Atheist Gore Vidal:

“God or what have you, is not to be found at the far end of a syllogism, no matter how brilliantly phrased.” 549 more words


The Flexibility of God

In my studies in recent years I’ve focused a great deal of energy and attention on trying to understand the nature of God. This is not a purely intellectual pursuit, as the way we see God has huge implications in terms of how we view different religions, and their doctrines. 434 more words


Spending A Day With God

This is posted from the Disqus discussion boards, with a few modifications, in answer to a thread inquiring about what spending a day with God would be like.  635 more words