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Religion and Creation

Posted by on Dec 13, 2015 in Ecology, Featured | 0 comments

Religion and Creation

EFF the book! And any other book in which people believe. These books, the Bible, the New Testament and the Quran, the scriptures of eternal knowledge, wisdom and justice and whatever god has whispered to the authors of these various books some thousand years ago. The books were at those times an important stepping stone to the development of civilisation. What was good and necessary then does not give answers to the moral questions of today. The technological advancements at the time the...

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On Religion

Posted by on Apr 26, 2015 in Ecology, Featured | 0 comments

On Religion

The Bankruptcy of Religion Religion is not the usual topic of Nesseq.com, but as I wrote last week about Pope Francis I think it is in order to clarify my stance towards religion. I do not reject the idea of a God or divinity as such. As a young physicist once told me the chances, that God exists is fifty-fifty. It is a Either Or situation, either God exists or God does not exist. Of course, God does not have to be as we imagine him. Or her. Perhaps it is a Id, something genderless. There is...

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Spirituality and Climate Change

Posted by on Oct 11, 2010 in Ecology | 31 comments

Spirituality and Climate Change

I am the last person to disapprove of spirituality. Although I am also very acerbic in my behavior with the spiritual people, I recognize the need of people to ask questions about life and why and for what? From where do we come and where do we go? The difference to religious people is, that religion is better much better organized. With spirituality one builds his own religion in a Do It Yourself way, without the whole bureaucracy and ballast of religion. But the responsibility towards...

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