New Jupiter Find Confirms Urantia Book Statement

Interesting read about 79 new moons just discovered circling our largest solar system neighbor Jupiter. In a recent article published by The New York Times and other outlets: “they did spot 12 new points of light in the vicinity of Jupiter. Verifying the observations took a year, and then the International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center — … More New Jupiter Find Confirms Urantia Book Statement

10 THINGS THAT PROVE WE ARE NOT AS EVOLVED AS WE THINK

by JR Watkins Sobering thought: While mankind can certainly point to its achievements in science and technology as proof of advancement as a species, and while we can most certainly celebrate better standards of living, a higher birth-mortality rate and improvements in food and energy distribution, there are still glaring tell-tale signs that show we … More 10 THINGS THAT PROVE WE ARE NOT AS EVOLVED AS WE THINK

Mental Illness: Coming Soon to a Family Near You

With the onset of a wildly profitable pharmaceutical industry, and with ever growing Mental Illness concerns, you can place your bets on the fact that the long term objective of modern medicine is to treat everyone for some kind of mental disorder with drugs that often times have side effects worse than what is being … More Mental Illness: Coming Soon to a Family Near You

Meet the Faithless: How Secularism Won the Millennial Mindset

I feel sad for Millennials. They do not know what they do not know. They will never know, for example, what life was like without a smart phone, GPS, email, Snapchat or Facebook. In short, they will never experience life without being distracted by the constant need to “check in” with social media. Millennials are … More Meet the Faithless: How Secularism Won the Millennial Mindset

Suicide and Secularism: Is There A Connection?

One wonders if the suicide rate going up in America is a reflection of the impact of increased secularism in our culture. Medical experts will tell us the ills of social injustice, income inequality, technology obsession, rampant drug and alcohol use are all causing the uptick in depression (and suicide), but the one subject no one … More Suicide and Secularism: Is There A Connection?