By the late 20th and into the 21st centuries post modern science and philosophy provided a way for those with a technical or scientific culture to accept Christian doctrine as being a rational belief.
2014 Rational Christianity
In this lecture I showed, through my own example how difficult the belief in a divine world is for someone whose education and career was predominately scientific and mathematical.
2012 Happiness and Brain Messages
This lecture explained how one’s happiness can be quantified. Belief in a religion was shown to be an important component for one’s happiness and well being.
2011 Chaos in the Middle East I
This was my first attempt to show how one of God’s laws of nature, for example Chaos Theory could explain societal phenomena.
2009 A New Natural Theology
This was perhaps an overambitious attempt to show how my study of the history of religions, science and civilizations helped me to evolve a new personal religious theology.
2013 The Philosophy of Being
This lecture described ancient, medieval and modern ontological thought that concluded God existed.
2012 Chaos in the Middle East II
My second description of the Arab Spring event was to show how quantized predictions based on God’s Chaos theory resulted in Chaotic civilizations.
2010 Searching for the Sacred Laws of Nature
John Haydel suggested this title and helped me in my attempt to use the new science as a reason to believe in a Christian God.
2008 Evolving Monotheistic Religions
The history of Judaic, Christian and Islamic religions were described with timeline charts and their relation to the history of civilization was described.