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  • 1.  
  • 2. week 3
  • 3. God is not one
  • 4. Religion
  • 5. is God one?
  • 6. Eliot’s answer...
  • 7. a lucid dream; working with John Lennon 2011. (Eliot Bu with design by Minchi Style) (Eliot Bu with design by Minchi Style)
  • 8.  
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  • 10. can we calculate religion?
  • 11.
    • REAL
    • LIFE
    • MATH
  • 12.
    • Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space, and change.
    • Mathematicians seek out patterns, formulate new conjectures, and establish truth by rigorous deduction from appropriately chosen axioms and definitions.
  • 13.
    • "as far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain;
    • and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."
    • - Albert Einstein
  • 14.
    • Life = Time - Work
  • 15.
    • Love = Like + Magic
    2
  • 16.
    • Family =
    Love Other stuff
  • 17.
    • Marriage =
    Till death do us apart - Divorce
  • 18.
    • Child = Joy - Away
  • 19.
    • Value = Joy x Time
  • 20.
    • Growth =
    Parenting Education x Time
  • 21. "Mathematics allows for no hypocrisy and no vagueness." - Stendhal
  • 22.
    • Focus =
    Do this Think that
  • 23.
    • Ignorance =
    What I know What
  • 24.
    • Denial = Think - Fact
  • 25.
    • Status Anxiety =
    Vanity Integrity
  • 26.
    • Stress =
    I can't Deadline + I can
  • 27.
    • Mid-life crisis
    What I really want What I've done + Prozac =
  • 28. "Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality." - Nikola Tesla
  • 29.
    • Meritocracy =
    Ability Politics
  • 30.
    • Democracy =
    People Leviathan
  • 31.
    • Bureaucracy =
    Paperwork Work X Politics 3 2
  • 32.
    • Nepotism =
    Who's your dad? Ability
  • 33.
    • Corruption = ROI - R - I
  • 34.
    • Injustice =
    Money I have Money they can spend
  • 35. "The problem is that no ethical system has ever achieved consensus. Ethical systems are completely unlike mathematics or science. This is a source of concern." - Daniel Dennett 
  • 36.
    • Dialogue =
    Talk Listen
  • 37.
    • Tyranny =
    Listen Talk
  • 38.
    • Greed =
    Mine Yours
  • 39.
    • Politics =
    Us Them
  • 40.
    • Religion =
    Us Them
  • 41.
    • Faith =
    What I believe Science
  • 42.
    • War =
    Uniform Culture Game of Murder f ( )  
  • 43. "The true spirit of delight, the exaltation, the sense of being more than Man, which is the touchstone of the highest excellence, is to be found in mathematics ..." - Bertrand Russell
  • 44.
    • Universe = Big + Bang
  • 45.
    • World = Nurture + Nature
  • 46.
    • Nation = Wealth + War
  • 47.
    • City = Commerce + Cops
  • 48.
    • Household = Property + Propriety
  • 49.
    • Self = Pleasure + Pain
  • 50. Reason is immortal, all else mortal. - Pythagoras
  • 51.
    • Islam =
    Prostrate Proud x God
  • 52.
    • Christianity =
    Salvation Sin x God
  • 53.
    • Confucianism = Propriety x Society
  • 54.
    • Buddhism =
    Awakening Sickness Suffering Death Old Age
  • 55.
    • Hinduism = Devotion + gods
    3
  • 56.
    • Daoism =
    W a n d e r + Flourish i n g
  • 57.
    • Atheism = REASON !
  • 58.  
  • 59.  
  • 60. Religion is a belief of some superhuman power or powers, in particular a god or gods, which usually involve obedience, reverence, and worship; and as part of a system which defines a code of living, especially as a way of achieving spiritual or material improvement.
  • 61. Religion , in religious studies , has been described as a cultural system that creates powerful and long-lasting meaning, by establishing symbols that relate humanity to beliefs and values.
  • 62. Many Religions have narratives , symbols , traditions and sacred histories that are intended to give meaning to life or to explain the origin of life or the universe .
  • 63. Religion tend to derive morality , ethics , religious laws or a preferred lifestyle from their ideas about the cosmos and human nature .
  • 64.  
  • 65. 절대적 진리는 있다 ?
  • 66. 아는 것이 힘이다 ?
  • 67. 절대적인 진리가 없는데 , 어떻게 아는 것이 힘인가 ? 어떻게 아는 것이 힘인가 ?
  • 68. what is truer than the truth?
  • 69. what is truer than the truth? a story. - Jewish Proverb
  • 70. How to build a story.
  • 71. Is the Bible fact or fiction? fact or fiction?
  • 72. does it matter?
  • 73.
    • MAKE
    • STORY
    • REAL
  • 74.  
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  • 90.
    • CAN
    • YOU
    • ANSWER?
  • 91. 유교는 종교인가 ?
  • 92. 종교와 도덕의 차이 ?
  • 93. 종교와 국가의 차이 ?
  • 94. 종교와 법의 차이 ?
  • 95. 미국은 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 96. 일본은 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 97. 이집트는 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 98. 이라크는 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 99. 사우디아라비아는 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 100. 중국은 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 101. 대한민국은 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 102. 로마는 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 103. 명나라는 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 104. 고려는 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 105. 조선은 종교와 정치가 분리되어 있는가 ?
  • 106. 관료주의는 종교인가 ?
  • 107. 종교는 계급인가 ?
  • 108.  
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  • 110.  
  • 111.
    • MAPS
    • ARE
    • LANGUAGE
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  • 127.
    • WHAT
    • IS
    • ISSUE?
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  • 141. Harvard University University of Virginia
  • 142.
    • IS
    • RELIGION
    • MADE?
  • 143. Pentecostal worship gives free reign to “gifts of the Spirit” such as speaking in tongues, prophecy, and faith healing. And its preachers know how to put on a good show. U.S. president Abraham Lincoln once remarked that, when he sees a man preach, he likes “to see him act as if he were fighting bees.”27 Pentecostalism is replete with bee-fighting preachers.
  • 144. Like fundamentalism, with which it is often confused, Pentecostalism is a twentieth-century invention. Unlike fundamentalism, which accents doctrine, Pentecostalism accents experience, insisting (over fundamentalists’ fierce objections) that the miracles swirling around the early church in the book of Acts are still available to people of faith. Pentecostals also allow for direct communications from God that make fundamentalists and other scions of biblical authority queasy.
  • 145. The distinguishing marks of Pentecostalism appeared around the globe—in Wales, Korea, and India—during the first few years of the twentieth century and popped up in Kansas in 1900. But Pentecostalism’s origins are typically traced to April 1906 and a small black church on Azusa Street in Los Angeles. At a series of interracial revivals led by a one-eyed black Holiness preacher named William Joseph Seymour (1870–1922), Christians began to pray, sing, and speak in languages they did not recognize. Many believed that the “gifts of the Spirit” they witnessed at Azusa Street were signs that they were living in the “last days” when God had promised to “pour out my Spirit upon all flesh” (Acts 2:17, RSV)—a belief made compelling when San Francisco’s Great Earthquake erupted in the midst of the bedlam. The Azusa Street revival, as it is now called, went on to exhibit for years the sort of sacred power that the Yoruba refer to as ashe. Thanks in part to articles in the Los Angeles Times denouncing the goings-on as a “Weird Babel of Tongues,” people visited from across the United States and around the world, and, when they went home, they took this new form of Christian worship with them.
  • 146. Pentecostalism produced denominations such as the Assemblies of God (est. 1914) and “Sister Aimee” Semple McPherson’s International Church of the Foursquare Gospel (est. 1927). It found institutional expression in Oklahoma-based Oral Roberts University (est. 1965) and in the U.S. television ministries of Jim and Tammy Bakker, Jimmy Swaggart, and Pat Robertson. Its spirit also animates many nondenominational congregations and the Charismatic Movement that energized Roman Catholics, Episcopalians, and Lutherans after World War II.
  • 147. Today over a quarter of the world’s Christians (roughly 600 million souls) are Pentecostals or Charismatics—not bad for a tradition that wasn’t even on the map at the start of the twentieth century.29 Roughly half of Brazil’s Christians are Pentecostals or Charismatics.30 Pentecostalism is also popular in the United States, and in Guatemala, where two presidents have been Pentecostals. Other pockets of Pentecostal strength include Nigeria, the Philippines, China, Chile, Ghana, South Africa, and South Korea.
  • 148.  
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  • 150. 순복음교회 조용기 원로목사의 ' 일본 지진 ' 발언 논란이 확산되고 있다 . 조용기 목사는 지난 12 일 개신교계 언론과의 인터뷰에서 일본 지진과 관련 , " 일본 국민이 신앙적으로 볼 때는 너무나 하나님을 멀리하고 우상숭배 , 무신론 , 물질주의로 나가기 때문에 하나님의 경고가 아닌가 하는 생각이 든다 " 는 발언으로 비판을 받고 있다 . 조용기 목사는 이어 " 아울러 우리 한국은 일본을 봐서 물리적인 지진보다 거룩한 영적 지진이 일어나야 될 때에 와 있다고 생각한다 " 고 말했다 . 이에 대해 순복음교회측은 이날 " 조용기 목사님이 지진 피해에 대한 안타까움을 표시하기 위해 말한 것이 의도가 잘못 전달된 것 같다 ." 고 해명했다 .
  • 151.