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Aging Affects only a part of us

“Aging takes its toll on all flesh”, is an accurate statement. It is as accurate when we make the same statement but replace “Aging” with “Time”. We do know that our bodily health, including brain health, can deteriorate as we grow older.

Aging and our non-physical side

We also know that our brain health affects the health and functioning of the non-bodily parts of our being. Our mental faculties and our body connect through our brain. Brain health, therefore, directly affects the health of our mind, intellect, wisdom faculty and capacity to grow spiritually.

These mental faculties mentioned above, and the human spirit (Job 32: 8) from which they result, cannot grow old. They are not “flesh” and are not subject to the ravages of age and “time”. I am joyful that there is a part of me that is not growing old and is unaffected by time.

By Edward Fagan

Edward Fagan Blog

January 18, 2018

(This is a previously published original post that I accidentally deleted from the blog. I thought it necessary that I republished it into the blog.)

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Evolution

Evolution, is it only physical?

Evolution theorists tell us about human physical evolution. They are yet to tell us if there ever was human mental and intellectual development in this regard. They need to explain this aspect of our development to us, if it did occur.

According to these theorists, man and the primates have a common ancestor. We and they thus share a gene and blood connection. We have these wonderful mental and intellectual faculties but they do not. They are thus equal to the other animals.

Our mental and intellectual faculties give us awesome power of thought, and unique ability to invent and innovate. When did these mental and intellectual faculties appear, and why? Did they develop over time as our bodies did?

We are the only living physical entities who have hands? Is there a connection between our having these mental and intellectual faculties and our having hands?

By Edward Fagan

Edward Fagan Blog

November 14, 2017

(This is a previously published original post that I accidentally deleted from the blog. I thought it necessary that I republished it into the blog.)