Annotated Index to Passion on Passion Units
Here are the units listed with a brief description of what's in them.
- 00 Introduction
- 01 Introduction to the series, Roger's view on
an immortal's perspective of The Passion
- 02 The movie (Passion of Christ) is good because
it shows how much God loves you
- 03 More on suffering. Can an immortal really feel
it? Can Christ know and not know he's immortal at the same time?
- 04 How thick was Jesus' "mortal veil"?
and the consequences of the answer.
- 05 More on the consequences of a "thick"
or "thin" mortal veil.
- 06 More clarifying on the veil. Why is the human
activity of sin given special consideration by God?
- 07 Who decided Jesus' suffering was important
to do? Roger's Arbitrary Test, Moody Institute, Expo 66
- 08 What have you done to stop cruelty and injustice?
Jesus was too passive. Mobs and counter mobs. Souls stacking up like cordwood.
- 09 no redemption without suffering. How can Jesus
be human and sinless?
- 10 Hitler, Stalin, people or symbols? Roman Guards
offered computer programming. Do people think they are doing evil? Cooperator-defector.
No life-after-death belief makes cruel leaders. Roger's beliefs.
- 11 Hitler, Stalin, FDR, community stress, revolutions
and mass murders, Rule of Law, Bush, more on Roman Guards,
- 12 Do evil leaders think they are evil? Stalin,
Truman, FDR. Hypocracy and self-delusion. Emotion is an important part of
The Passion. Were Adam and Eve human?
- 13 Good and evil as a predictive tool. Virtue
keeps cruelty in check. Freedom is responsible for progress. Flaws in proof
of Evolution as seen by Intelligent Designers.
- 14 Motives of evil people. Value of good-evil
as a predictor. Why Guantanimo Bay prisoners are important to Rule of Law.
The relation between hypocracy and delusion. Jesus is love. Jesus knows he
will be nailed to the cross as God is planting the tree of knowledge. Definition
- 15 Arian notion. Definition of Arian.
- 16 sources of science reading. predicting with
good-evil. predictive value and virtue. Fortune telling - religion - science
- 17 Roger's reading recommendation. Natural Law
and Human Law. God is love... and more. The Prisoner's Dilemma concept.
- 18 relevance of The Prisoner's Dilemma
- 19 more on Prisoner's Dilemma. How it is used
to predict. Why is it not a philosophy, just a tool.
- 20 Is there a "watchmaker"? No, and
why there is not. What a "watchmaker universe" would be like. Toby's
Statements asking about Intelligent Design-related issues. Philosophical basis
for conduct. Good and evil versus prediction as a basis for action.
- 21 What a designed universe would look like. Free
will vs designed universe. Answers to Toby's Statements.
- 22 more on Toby's Statements. Darwinism, neo-Darwinism.
Is the universe really random?
- 23 What is important in life for Roger.
- 24 Free will, what is it, do animals have it?
Free Will, Instinct and Ignorance. What is outside the universe? Problems
with peoples' Earthly bodies moving to heaven.
- 25 The universe was not created to produce humans
- 26 Goedel's theory. If plants don't have souls,
are there plants in heaven? The purpose of evolution vs the purpose of life.
Life purpose and Catholic Church purpose compared. First Cause views.
- 27 The Bible as an authority. It is not a science
book. Catholic vs Evangelical view of Bible authority.
- 28 How closely does the movie follow scripture?
Efficiency and Intelligent Designer. Life as a librarian. Toby's references.
- 29 More about Goedel's theory. More about the
purpose of life. More about Catholic Church viewed as a survivor of heresies.
More about Roger's view of First Cause.
- 30 More about the Catholic Church as a survivor
organization. Toby's response to Roger's view of First Cause.
- 31 Thread near finished.
- 32 Woese article found and discussed. (about evolution).
Is Evolution good religion, or a good tool?
- 33 "In process" versus First Cause.
Roger's foundations for conduct.
- 34 Aristotle and Toby's questions about God. Newton,
more Aristotle and the little angels of motion.
- 35 Views on 9-11 terrorism.
- 36 Question for Roger: "If you saw God, would
it make a difference?"