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 Category:  Commentary and Philosophy Poetry
  Posted: May 19, 2021      Views: 69

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Not an age of miracles
"Apocalypse pt. 7" by estory
These end times are the age of science.
The age of scientific analysis of data compiled from the
memory banks of computer systems.
The age of observable facts.

It is an age of solutions developed by experts
based on physical evidence and scientific experiments.

The prediction of future events based on
computations by digital and quantum based machines.

It is the age of reason.
The age of facts and figures.

It is not an age of miracles.


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As we have lost our faith in God and spiritual things, miracles from heaven, this is what we are left with. I'm sure many people would say 'scientific miracles' are miracles in and of themselves, but in reality, there is always a failing with man made 'miracles.' Pharmeceuticals have side effects. Treatments have side effects. And things like computers and machines have no emotions to guide them; they are merely the instruments of logic. Nuclear energy, carbon fuels, electricity; all these things at one time seemed like solutions to our problems, but in the end, only created more problems. I personally don't want to live in a world without miracles. Without a connection to the God who loves us. estory
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