Weekly Roundup

Is any conflict between classical physics and the quantum just in our own minds?

Narrative is not only intrinsic to learning and understanding it is also very…practical

He rightly points out the damage the fundamentalist focus on the “end times” has done and continues to do regarding our perception of the future; the Orthodox faith in fact sees the “beginning” coming at every moment, eternally in fact.  That is why hope is intrinsic to Christianity.

Good for her

Should the Bible be read like any other book?

God, string theory, and the power of relationship for knowing

Lies and the lying liars who tell them…

Again, we have to laugh…(I could actually see him doing something like this!)…



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2 Responses to Weekly Roundup

  1. Burk says:

    Hi, Darrell-

    Thanks for the Sheldrake link last week- what a blooming nut! This article on quantum mechanics was very interesting- very sensible, and this sounds like a good solution to the conundrum.


    • Glad you enjoyed them. I wouldn’t call Sheldrake a “nut” blooming or otherwise, but he is certainly unconventional. I don’t know enough about ESP to comment, but many of his other remarks regarding materialism were spot on. A mixed bag no doubt.


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