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mikko louhivuori
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Heavenly Father
Our Father in heaven  (Matthew 6:9) Our Father  (Luke 11-2) Scientific view of the cosmos There is continuous effort to reduce the complexity of theoretical explanation of the cosmos into as few fundamental Laws of Nature as possible. The Theory of Everythi...

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Heaven up
Three-tier world view is natural to us human beings and found in many different cultures. There is this actual presence, above heavens or some spiritual concept of it, under chtonic world with its creatures and realm of death. Geocentric view In the natural...

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Heaven - Sky (language)
The F ree Dictionary defines heaven 1.  often   heavens   The   sky  or  universe  as  seen   from   the   earth;   the   firmament. 2.  Christianity a.  often   Heaven   The   abode  of  God,   the   angels,   and   the   souls  of  those  who   are   gran...

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Were the Wise men from the east Nabateans?
It is a bit like a detective challenge - to whom the story in Matthew refers when it tells about the Wise men from the East? Their identity is given very vaguely but the story contains a number of additional clues about their origins. CLUE 1 Magi from the e...

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Nativity story fiction?
Since the scientific and technological revolution began in 19th century there has been a strong atheist ground in the work of many important New Testament scholars. Academic purity, validity, proper methodologies and correct interpretations of the texts are...

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Lyra theology: names of the stars
The second brightest star in Lyra constellation is called by a proper name, Sheliak . Arab astronomers coined this name الشلياق šiliyāq or Al Shilyāk which they use also as the name of the constellation. Prominent stars on northern and southern sky have bee...

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Lyra theology: everything or nothing
Diagram of a contact binary Image David Darling, The Internet Encyclopedia of Science V361 Lyrae consists of two stars that are rotating each other so close that they are actually in contact. There are two cores but a single common envelope giving the visua...

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Lyra theology: singularity and the One
Within the boundaries of the constellation Lyra is a multitude of heavenly hosts. The types of astronomical objects found in that direction look and behave very differently from each other floating among cosmic clouds of dust. Scientific research has shown ...

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Lyra theology: Perspective
Introduction Even our quick study of some notable objects in the swathe of sky bounded by the borders of the constellation Lyra demonstrates the exponential growth of knowledge about the space achieved by humans. This daily growing information and understan...

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Star of Bethlehem - the Wise men from East
The Gospel of Matthew tells about wise men from East. None of the other four gospels mentions them. After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, “Where is the one who has been bor...
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