Is a Grand Unified Theology of Everything Possible?

Image of St. Thomas Aquinas: Wikipedia. Even the word “theology” sounds musty today. Theology is what monks and egg heads used to do. But theology is a systematic approach to answering the questions of reality that incorporates God and all sources of human insight and knowledge. It does not face the self-imposed limits of science.

In many of my posts on Medium I have analyzed, and sometimes criticized, belief systems that I find lacking. These include first of all the belief system of atheistic-physicalism, but also of Buddhism. It’s more comfortable to find fault with the belief systems of others than to defend your own. I’ve seen that in the many attacks of Benjamin Cain in these pages against theism, but now that he has…

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Is consciousness produced by the physical material of the brain or is it “something more?” The issue is a major dividing line between physicalists and anti-physicalists with big implications for our culture and values.

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Gerald R. Baron

Gerald R. Baron

Husband, father, grandfather, semi-retired, farm advocate, author, communicator. Deeply curious about science, nature, spirit and history.

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