All posts in " critical realism "

Instantaneous nonlocality: distant spooky action

By Dave Henning / September 22, 2020

“Invisible links among all particles defy space and time.  The technical term is instantaneous nonlocality.  Albert Einstein referred to it as ‘spooky action at a distance.’  ‘Spooky action at a distance’ doubles as a decent definition for the sovereignty of God, doesn’t it?  God is superluminal.  He is God Most High and God Most Nigh.”- […]


Don’t take yes for an answer

By Dave Henning / April 20, 2019

“A true disciple is consumed with holy curiosity that doesn’t take yes for an answer.  The disciple keeps asking and seeking and knocking.  And the quest is never over because the questions never end.”- Mark Batterson Mark Batterson concludes Chapter 6 of Primal as he talks about a concept in the philosophy of science called […]


Critical realism

By Dave Henning / July 3, 2015

“Those who think they know something do not yet know as they ought to know.”- 1 Corinthians 8:2 Mark Batterson concludes Chapter 12 of The Grave Robber with a discussion of a philosophical science concept known as critical realism.  Critical realism is defined as “the recognition that no matter how much we know, we don’t […]

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