Is Karma Biblical?

Painting of Job by Leon Bonnat from Wikipedia.

The remarkable story of a wealthy and godly Gentile patriarch may provide a surprising and enigmatic answer.

Karma is the idea that good begets good and bad begets bad. It is not only a core principle of Buddhism, but it is also deeply ingrained in our culture. It is perhaps the central doctrine of what might be considered the American religion. Over 95% of Americans believe in the afterlife and over 70% believe in heaven. Most…

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Gerald R. Baron

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Husband, father, grandfather, semi-retired, farm advocate, author, communicator. Deeply curious about science, nature, spirit and history.

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