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|The ability to see work three-dimensionally requires Creative imagination. It begins by taking a look at how we imagine or perceive God.|
|The Secret - Tom examines the best-seller "The Secret" popularized by Oprah.|
|Out of Africa: Part 2|
|Of Gods And Men - A review of the French film "Of Gods And Men" which tells the true story of a group of Trappist monks living peacefully among Muslims in a small Algerian village who are forced into a decision about the real meaning of sacrificial love when confronted with by a radical Islamic revolution.|
|Since the announcements of the births of John and Jesus are told in parallel, it makes sense that their birth narratives would do the same. We also get two songs, one from Mary and one from Zechariah, both foreshadowing things to come. At the end of this episode the stage is set for Jesus' birth, where all hell breaks loose. Except, it's the exact opposite: Heaven reinvades Earth.|