This is a rather broad field but I should qualify my discussion at the very beginning. I’ll talk mostly about an error which has never been purged from Christian and Jewish thought: the tendency to tie God to the universe as we know it so that the Lord Almighty becomes a super-creature.
I may confuse the search engines, but better to do it early on.Â I changed to a title more descriptive of my efforts as a thinker and writer and worshiper of God.Â To gain some slight understanding of the new title, go to the page on my only published book, “To See a World in … [Read more…]
This article states the obvious truth about our moral confusion and makes the valid distinction between ends and means. Americans have always been confused about this distinction, often because of the domination of practical reasoning in the American mind. As I point out in my book “To See a World in a Grain of Sand: … [Read more…]
In my blog entry on the debate between Einstein and Bohr on the meaning of reality, I spoke of relationships being primary. It is relationships which bring substance into being, as Bohr was arguing in an obscure way. In a seemingly separate line of arguments in my book “To See a World in a Grain … [Read more…]