I have studied many of the world’s religions in detail (some admittedly more so than others) and for the majority of my life I have followed a contemporary Pagan philosophy. This should not be surprising to you when I relate that my mother is Wiccan and my father is not an overly devout man, although he identifies most with the Christian faith. I did however grow up with the understanding that God, in whatever form one may envision, does exist. Simple logic dictates that if one cannot with absolute certainty disprove a possibility one must therefore concede that the possibility may indeed be plausible.
I firmly believe that should the evolution of scientific knowledge continue to progress as swiftly as it has over the last century that humanity will at some point in the future empirically prove the existence of God. Until that time, we must continue to seek truth wherever it may reside and trust in our ability to perceive that which science cannot yet explain. As for myself, I have Seen, and I can no longer justify questioning the existence of God, Most Perfect.
I feel it is important to clarify that when I say “I have Seen God”, I am referring to theophany, not intellectual epiphany. This blog will serve as my journal to record the experience and to share truth through revelation as God wills it. I intend on writing one major post per week, with supplemental posts as necessary to address any questions that may arise.
My writing may at times give the impression that I favor one religion over another but allow me to reassure you that this is not the case. God’s truth is readily apparent in the perennial philosophy extant within all forms of scripture. I do not condone the arbitrary dismissal of any path that honestly seeks divine revelation; all spiritual paths are viable if one is utterly devoted to the process of growing closer to God.
I hope that my personal experience with God will help you to find your own truth and I wish you success in your endeavors, whatever they may be. I welcome your constructive comments and sincere questions. May the Peace of God be with you always.