Today’s Illuminare is going to sound crazy, and daring. But the essence of Illuminare is the faith-based exploration of boundaries of reason. So here we go.
In The Beginning (Part 2) – another free chapter from The Genesis Project, a new book by Leke Alder. Last week we began discussion on how the Universe came into being. We touched on time, timelessness, dimensions and dimensional limitations. Today, we’ll be looking at the concluding part by examining the dimensions of God –[…]
In The Beginning – another free chapter from The Genesis Project, a new book by Leke Alder. The Universe and everything we see is made up of matter. Matter did not exist before the beginning of time. It was created “in the beginning.” If you are a frequent traveller like I am, you may have[…]
About the age of ten, my cousin who had just secured employment in an electronics trading company gave me an invaluable present. She gave me a beautiful compact radio about the size of a fairly large phone today. The front panel was yellow while the back was black. It was wrapped in cellophane inside a[…]
That is a very, very big theological question. But as you’ll see it’s also a scientific and philosophical question too. The simple and straightforward theological answer is, you won’t be alive to ask that question if God didn’t exist. But we seem to be getting ahead of ourselves, let’s back up a little. —— One[…]
Who is God? Atheist: You have raised some points that appealed to historicity. But to avoid dissipating energy and for the purpose of beneficial discussion, let’s start this way: Who is God? LA: That’s a good question. Who do YOU think God is? Atheist: You are the one who claimed to know about God. I[…]
I share knowledge on faith and God regularly on social media. The knowledge on faith is also accessible on this platform. Recently I posted two quotes about God on social media. It brought a sarcastic retort from an atheist. I decided to engage him and an interesting conversation ensued. Well, that’s the genesis. You’ll have to[…]