The author presents a point-by-point rebuttal to Francis Collins's work The Language of God, arguing that there is no scientifically acceptable evidence to support belief in a personal God and much that discredits it. Original. 10,000 first printing.
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In Decoding the Mind of God author O. M Kelly delves into the unconscious mind and discovers the secrets of the collective consciousness, showing how we can realize the potential of the human mind through belief in ourselves. The Laws of the universe are identical to the collective consciousness, they reveal an answer to every question we are capable of asking. We constantly receive these answers through the vibrations of the energy fields through our being, all without us knowing how to realign our intelligence with our unconscious mind. The truth remains hidden to us. Surprising as it may seem, the key to understanding ourselves lies in a mathematical language, which is the make-up of the unconscious mind. Kelly explores this language through the texts and myths of myriad cultures and belief systems, notwithstanding the truth of the science behind the Egyptian Hieroglyphs and the stories collected in the Bible. As we read this volume we realize that all of these stories are connected to our own story within. Kelly’s perceptions of the order of higher consciousness are framed by stories from her experiences of personal discovery and over twenty years of researching, lecturing and teaching all around the world. Once these codes are unveiled, we earn our freedom where we can release the fear in which humanity habitually traps itself, creating our accidents, diseases, why we die, right up to explaining extra terrestrial intelligence. This book exposes the secret codes of the universal language that will help us achieve the divine unity with the universe and ourselves.
What is God saying to you in your dreams? Decoding Your Dreams provides an in-depth explanation of the true source of our dreams, dream classifications, and even dream symbols. There are dozens of mentions of dreams in the Bible. From Abraham to Joseph, from Daniel all the way to Pontius Pilot’s wife, God has communicated with His people through dreams throughout recorded history. Why would God choose to speak to us while we sleep? Perhaps it’s because we are too distracted during the day to sit still long enough for Him to share the deep secrets of His heart. Jennifer LeClaire is convinced God speaks to us in ways that are very personal. At times he may use pictures, memories, impressions, or even a still small voice. Let Decoding Your Dreams help you embrace your Spirit-inspired dreams!
....A touching compilation of true tales of love vs. hate, sad stories of right vs. wrong that not only intrigue the reader, but also give insight to the dynamics of the author's life as well as the genetics of her family. Her unique perceptions into the dynamics of neural pathways are mentioned as well as captivating significances in old adages and knowing that an old dog can be taught new tricks. This book is aimed at redefining the parameters of disabilities so as to illustrate that all persons are in fact created equal under God. The aim of the book is to illustrate that chromosomes should not be utilized as a formative factor in someone's mentality and just because someone doesn't look or act "normal" does not make them any less of a person. Disabilities are turned into abilities and the reader is prompted to find an alternative way of viewing reality and reading everyday signs. Readers are impelled to observe how they see the reflection of their own selves in others, especially their own children. Using a play on words as well as biblical reference and personal narration, languages are decoded and brought together in hopes of shedding light on the damaging effects that we as "gods" (posing as parents, siblings, medical professionals, and friends) have on others as a human race. Suess hopes that the readers will reconsider their words and their actions and the lasting impact that they have on others and make a positive, constructive change for the better.
Dick Popkin and James Force have attended a number of recent conferences where it was apparent that much new and important research was being done in the fields of interpreting Newton's and Spinoza's contributions as biblical scholars and of the relationship between their biblical scholarship and other aspects of their particular philosophies. This collection represents the best current research in this area. It stands alone as the only work to bring together the best current work on these topics. Its primary audience is specialised scholars of the thought of Newton and Spinoza as well as historians of the philosophical ideas of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.
CONTRIBUTORS: FERGUS KERR OP Charity as Friendship SIMON TUGWELL OP Prayer, Humpty Dumpty and Thomas Aquinas BRIAN DAVIES OP Classical Theism and the Doctrine of Divine Simplicity DAVID B. BURRELL CSC Distinguishing God from the World DENYS TURNER Feuerbach, Marx and Reductivism ANTHONY KENNY Aquinas on Knowledge of Self P. J. FITZPATRICK Some Seventeenth-Century Disagreements and Transubstantiation HUGO A. MEYNELL Faith, Objectivity, and Historical Falsifiability MARGARET DAVIES The Genre of the First Gospel TIMOTHY RADCLIFFE OP 'The Coming of the Son of Man': Mark's Gospel and the Subversion of 'The Apocalyptic Imagination' BRIAN WICKER Taking Away the Sin of the World J. M. CAMERON The Theory and Practice of Autobiography ENDA MCDONAGH Prayer, Poetry and Politics
Decode the Prophetic Language of God! In The Divinity Code to Understanding Your Dreams and Visions, Adam Thompson and Adrian Beale taught you the supernatural keys to interpreting God’s voice through your dreams. In this follow-up work, Thompson and Beale offer revelatory insights about the prophetic language that God speaks through everyday signs, symbols and pictures! God's Prophetic Symbolism in Everyday Life will open your eyes to how God is constantly speaking to you through what’s around you. Learn how to: Tune your prophetic senses to hear the ever-speaking voice of the Holy Spirit Open your spiritual eyes to discern what God is saying to you through everyday occurrences Discern the supernatural meaning of unusual coincidences Operate in the prophetic and seer anointings. Open your eyes and ears to the prophetic language of the Holy Spirit!
Calabi analyzes Philo's exegetical work related to interpreting and explaining the revelation given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai. Given that in the Hebrew Bible every single letter is basic to the expression of reality and cannot be modified, what is the relation between the Hebrew text, the Greek text utilized by Philo, and reality? Has the translation the same sacred character and authority as the original? Can both texts equally constitute a valid basis for every interpretation? The first two chapters of the book examine the relation between interpretation of the Law and its application, while the third focuses on the type of exegesis conducted by Philo, on its hermeneutic principles, and on the interpretative modes, which are also found in the Greek commentaries and/or in rabbinical literature.