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Exactor Mortis

By gcadmin on Saturday, February 29th, 2020 in Jesus, Philosophy, Religion.

Cross

The Roman civilisation lasted for centuries and at one stage spanned almost all the known world. Many have studied the reasons for it’s success. No doubt the Romans were meticulous organisers and documenters, keeping detailed records at the time. …




The Bible – Is it Fake News?

By gcadmin on Saturday, February 1st, 2020 in Bible, Religion.

Reading Bible

 How Factual is the Bible?

An important point to note is that the accuracy of the bible in terms of factual content is not that important – at least not the main point.
Like the lessons in many fairy …




Religion of Science followers – the faithful are way ahead of you

By gcadmin on Monday, July 29th, 2019 in Creator, Philosophy, Religion.

God Buffering

“Far from disproving the existence of God, astronomers may be finding more circumstantial evidence that God exists.”
― Robert Jastrow (NASA Astrophysicist)
Science
‘Science’ has delivered an enormous amount of knowledge since it exploded exponentially in the last few centuries. …




Jesus died – could this be testing on the Creators computer system?

By gcadmin on Friday, April 19th, 2019 in Computer Technical, GCLens, Jesus, Philosophy, Religion, Virtual.

Cary Cross

What was Jesus doing? Was Jesus dying part of God’s eternal life system test?
Jesus – arguable the most influential historical figure of all time.
There are many historical figures documented with fascinating pasts and influence during their lives and …




Jesus, Holy Spirit and God – Can programming concepts help you understand God?

By gcadmin on Saturday, November 17th, 2018 in Bible, Computer Technical, Creator, Jesus, Religion. 1 Comment

Download Holy Spirit

 
Genesis 1:1 “In the beginning God created the heavens and earth.”
In the original Hebrew Elohim is plural. ie “In the beginning Gods created the universe.”
The Holy Spirit is in the very start of the Bible!
Now the …




Do you have your “Armour of God”?

By gcadmin on Sunday, August 19th, 2018 in Jordan Peterson, Philosophy, Religion.

Armor of God

Bishop Barron discusses some core themes often covered by Dr Jordan Peterson.
The Hero, like Bilbo Baggins from Tolkein’s the Hobbit, or Luke Skywalker from Lucas’s Star Wars saga, is compelled
out of the normal order of their life and …




Religion Obsolete or Pseudo code for life?

By gcadmin on Friday, June 22nd, 2018 in Computer Technical, Jesus, Philosophy, Programming, Religion.

bible code

Religion is Obsolete. Right?
Bret Weinstein (@BretWeinstein)  says, moderating the Dr Jordan Peterson vs Sam Harris discussion in Vancouver:
“What if the religious texts are heuristics through which most people simplify most calculations [that] they are in no position to …




How good or bad are things now? Some facts

By gcadmin on Monday, June 18th, 2018 in Philosophy, Religion.

Hapiness

Good News, Bad News and “Facts”
It is surprisingly easy to get caught up in things – a news story or a post with a catchy headline, a picture showing something terrible and an article that makes us wonder how …




If Religion was an Operating System, which one is yours?

By gcadmin on Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 in Bible, Computer Technical, Philosophy, Religion.

Religion as Operating System

Surprisingly comparing Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh OS and Linux is a little like comparing the Catholicism, Orthodox Christians and Protestants (and related religions).
Sounds a little crazy doesn’t it?
If you keep reading you may learn more about your religion, …




Your buffering and why your computer sees you as God

By gcadmin on Monday, May 21st, 2018 in Computer Technical, Creator, Philosophy, Religion.

God Buffering

To your computer, you are a God. The computer’s raw data goes through buffering. It never sees the raw data from the world.
Are there parallels in how a computer sees you, its’ owner and creator? How we humans see …




 

 

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