Quantum physics provides a description of the universe that takes us past dualism into non-dualism, where everything is entangled as a unity. If physicists integrated this into their lives meaningfully, it would be a mirror of the understanding that esoteric spirituality has described for millennia. But instead, some call it “woo woo,” and they baulk at ideas like psychokinesis and telepathy – phenomena that are made theoretically possible by the implications of quantum physics.
Religion can appear to generate a caring community environment, like an extended family. It’s impressive – as long as you tow the party line. But it can all change in a heatbeat, when you find yourself no longer in the “in group.”
This is a video response to Earl Portland’s video “Imagine a world without religion.”
The follow-up to my video “Why I am not a Christian.” It’s not an either-or dilemma, as many assume.
Inspired by Bertrand Russell’s essay of the same name, I discuss what I consider to be the strongest argument against Christianity.
How can a Christian believe that God has a special plan for his life, when we live in a world where an innocent five-year-old girl can be kidnapped, raped, and murdered?
Discussing people’s propensity to believe amazing things without sufficient evidence. Healthy skepticism is essential, but don’t let it prevent wonder.
Is it appropriate (or possible) to forgive the murderer of a loved one? My second video on this theme, refuting common Christian ideals, prompted by the criticisms of YouTube user Matthew4Nineteen.