Good point, Jesus!

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“Be the difference you want to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi

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About doctorstg2020

I am both a scientist and spiritual enthusiast. These two things do not need to be contradictory. I attempt to reconcile these two trains of thought, and also present my thoughts on following God without being a self-important judgmental jerk about it.

7 responses to “Good point, Jesus!”

  1. insanitybytes22 says :

    That’s awesome! I still don’t understand why people tend to blame God for all the suffering in the world. Most of our suffering is caused by people, not God.

  2. lilkaraphael says :

    Your blog is quite refreshing! I don’t get the whole God and science exclusivity myself. I figure God does what He wants, if we can figure some of the science out, that’s nice. If not, oh well. Thanks by stopping by B is for Blessed. Lilka

  3. acdodwell says :

    Reblogged this on Essential Thinking and commented:
    a great picture i saw and had to share- ok, so i’m not such a fan of the white anglo look for God/Jesus, but aside from that…

  4. Karuna says :

    I love the cartoon!!! And totally agree with that way of thinking…….

  5. Out of a Pure Heart: WomenBrokenWomenWhole Fellowship says :

    I love this article, especially since there does seem to be a campaign about science attempting to prove that God does not exist or that some of the things in the Bible can be reasoned away. I have a big problem with people trying to disprove the existence of God. Man is finite and God is infinite. There will always be something unexplainable to the human mind because we ARE NOT GOD. Man has always dealt with the sin of pride and it continues today. What good is it to try to disprove that there is a God and that He did create the world? So that man can get to say “Aha. I have proven that there is a reasonable explanation that God didn’t do this or that?
    Sorry for the rant but I truly loved your article. Thank you so much for sharing it.

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