This is the one of the greatest questions which has puzzled humanity for millennia. Where did we come from? What is our origin, our source? PBS Digital Studios and the YouTube channel It’s Okay To Be Smart has put together a great introduction on the topic, a summary of all of our scientific discoveries. Continue reading “Video: Where Did Life Come From?”
In my recent move from Utah to Pennsylvania I’ve had the opportunity to get to know wonderful new people, and one of those is JD Stillwater. He is a wise, affable, loving, and talented science educator, writer, musician, mystic, naturalist, speaker, and much more. As part of his Seven Candles project, a non-profit organization with the laudable mission to integrate science and spirituality, he gave a presentation a couple years ago on the topic of science and oneness. I think it is excellent. If you have a half hour to watch this, below, I think JD gave a fantastic introduction to the subject of how we are all one, and how science helps to inform us of this remarkable reality. Continue reading ““One Song: The Science of Oneness” by JD Stillwater”
An addition to the BHT, where Jesus notes how God beloved the Cosmos. Continue reading “John 3:16 BHT, God Beloved the Cosmos”
How should we regard the Godhead, or the Trinity as many Christians call it, taking into consideration biological evolution, particularly human evolution, and other modern science?
I had a conversation on Facebook the other day about original sin and its relationship to nonduality. I thought it was an excellent free-form discussion, a dialogue to dive into deeper understanding about these topics and their relationship. I thought I’d record the thread here to share it again more broadly. Continue reading “Original Sin and Nonduality”
In my post yesterday I said,
The only God that we can find and perceive and know directly as such, I believe, is the one that can be found in the very center and heart of our own Self and Being and Consciousness. That is where God is. That is where God lives. That is God, in humanity.
Some may wonder, “But isn’t God a person, a human being? Doesn’t God exist somewhere as an individual person, as we’ve come to believe all our lives?”
We are not separate from the universe. We are part of this one great whole. Mike Rugnetta discusses this from various philosophical and spiritual perspectives on his PBS Idea Channel video below.