How does one navigate through the various seasons of life? Is there a hope for the present and the future, no matter what the past had been? Here is Neil Vimalkumar looking at clues in God’s grand world at the design and destiny for the human race.
Yes, there is a time for everything and in His time He makes all things beautiful!
Lianne Johnson and Stuti Farmer come up with a set of brilliant answers to questions posed to them by Neil Vimalkumar of LFS
The gap between the external world and the internal human mind has not baffled philosophers as much as the correspondence between them. How does a mathematical theory match the scientific arena out there? Is there a deeper answer, asks Neil Vimalkumar
Stephen Hawking laboured hard for a theory of everything. Much later he admitted that this theory will forever be elusive because we do not have an ‘objective’ view of the universe But, can we then know the Truth, asks Neil Vimalkumar
Professor Steven Weinberg, an avowed atheist, blames religion for evil. But what about the good that a religion like Christianity brings to the table? asks Neil Vimalkumar.
Did Laplace rule out the need for a god? Was he leaving out the ‘god hypothesis’ in a mathematical equation or in the whole of existence, wonders Neil Vimalkumar.
Have Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow eliminated the need for God? Does their view explain all equations and existence? Can we do without a Grand Designer? If there is a law, where did it come from, queries Neil Vimalkumar.
Science has a pretty good track record of weeding out errors. Thanks to scientists who invent, discover, interpret, and sometimes abandon their views. In this short video series, ‘Gyan in 60 seconds’ we look at 5 quips and quotes of famous scientists and draw lessons from them. For sure, we are looking beyond Science.
Is Covid only evil? No, some good too came of it, says Shalini Manohar, as she looks at the brighter side.
There’s a time for everything. To pause, look back and reflect too, according to Neil Vimalkumar
Is thinking different all there’s to innovation? Go beyond, please
Neil Vimalkumar’s under-a-minute nugget of wisdom