If you are like most people, the answer is: “a lot.” But is science worthy of this kind of loyalty and trust? In today’s podcast and post, we continue part 2 of our “One World” series where we take a critical look at science.
Join me now as we deconstruct the religion of science and expose why facts and data don’t mean that much to our world anymore. Despite all the good that science provides, we will see beyond its truth claims and examine precisely why science cannot lead our troubled world into peace.
“Do you think it’s possible for a diverse world to live in peace and equity? I do.
In today’s podcast and post we begin a series that will reveal how our world has gone off track in its pursuit of unity. In our efforts to end the pain and suffering of those marginalized by our society, we have turned to institutional power which has elevated uniformity and agreement over diversity and unity.
Join me now as we see beyond our dividing lines of religion, race, and politics into the greatest human rights violation that has ever existed, the loss of our true self.
“Are you free to live your live your life how you want to? If so, are you doing it?”
Today our study in the book of Galatians focuses on the apex of this book where Paul explains that freedom is the whole point of everything. The Gospel is the power that frees us from the prisons of either overdoing or underdoing everything.
Join me now as we learn to see that our captivity is not imposed upon us by an external force as much as it is our unwillingness to simply walk right out into the freedom we’ve already inherited.
Last week’s post on Elusive Peace left many of you wanting. So in this week’s post and podcast I will add a few more ingredients that will help us grasp that which is qualitatively deeper. If we have given everything we have to a relationship or an endeavor and then it fails, then what is left of us? So many of our life’s problems are insurmountable because we apply a software hack to a hardware problem. Our suffering is the skimming over the depth of our lives. I will explain the difference between living quantitatively and qualitatively and how both are necessary to live in peace.