Monthly Archives: August 2010

Some Thoughts On Loneliness

Lately the subject of loneliness has been on my mind.  In one of my past journal entries, I quoted Bertrand Russell saying, “Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, … Continue reading

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Problems For Creationists – Part II

Yesterday I pointed out that if the universe had been created 6,000 years ago, we should only see stars within a radius of 6,000 light years from our planet.  This of course isn’t the case.  We see stars within our … Continue reading

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A Problem For Creationists

Take a look at the night sky.  It’s well known that many of the stars are tens of thousands of light years away.  The farthest stars we observe in the Milky Way are around 95,000 light years away from us.  … Continue reading

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Imaginary Friends

Just the other day I received an email from my grandfather entitled, “How would you introduce Christ to a room full of people?” I just find these things silly.  Why does God need someone to introduce Himself?  God is all … Continue reading

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Are We Near The End Of The World?

We may well be nearing the end of the world, but not for reasons found in the Book of Revelation or the Mayan calendar.  I share the opinion of Dr. Stephen Hawking: Here’s is the video’s transcript: “I see great … Continue reading

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