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.
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?
When should we forgive an offence – always? Is that possible? Is it even desirable? A complex topic.
How to construct and use a personal symbol as a means of empowerment and focus for your life. I call mine “The Dark Wheel.”
In recent years, I’ve recorded a lot of video messages in criticism of religion, but this is the first time a Christian has stepped up and responded by video. YouTube user Matthew4Nineteen recorded the following video response to an old video of mine entitled “Why you’ll never win a debate against religion“:
And here’s my rebuttal:
My critique on this Old Testament book about suffering, containing the first mention of the character Satan.
Christians often accuse occultists of brainwashing, animal sacrifice, human sacrifice, sexual molestation of children, ritualistic child abuse. When you consider the facts on both sides, this becomes the ultimate boomerang.
Do Christians believe in the judgement of God, or are they kidding themselves? I put it to the test.
A suitably sinister topic for Halloween, here’s my take on demons and demonic possession.
A viewer posed this question: “You believe that experiences and memories will deteriorate and be forgotten. So my question is, if they are designed to be forgotten how do you feel there is a purpose to our experiences and memories? Surely the experience of life is nothing if it can not be remembered or acknowledged?” Here’s my response.
Some deep thoughts about consciousness, the I-feeling. What is it? Does it survive death? Did it have a pre-existence? Do we have individual souls, or are we all one?
Non-duality is not a meal you can eat in one sitting. I recount the various insights and pitfalls in my personal journey, and a profound realisation it has led me to after four years of thinking deeply about consciousness, the universe, time, and the Infinite.
Do you feel overwhelmed by the differing claims of the various beliefs systems of the world? Does it seem impossible to find any genuine truth? I share my own experience of overcoming this.