Monthly Archives: March 2013

God’s Spirit of Truth is in His Creation As being Verified by Scientist

Jesus spoke of the Spirit of Truth in this world stating that it only speaks what it hears and will guide you though all mysteries, precept by precept. Jesus also spoke of another Spirit, the Comforter, who is from God … Continue reading

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Equipping Message For Talking With God

Whether I’m a scientist major because I like to make connections or whether I like to make connections because I’m a scientist major, finding links between ideas, facts, causes, and effects brings me joy. As you already know, my writing … Continue reading

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Sandage Test Affirms Biblical Creation Model and Constant Laws of Physics

More than fifty years ago, astronomer Allan Sandage proposed an assumption-free test for establishing which model for the creation and history of the universe is correct. The test can also determine the nature of dark energy, potentially uncover yet more … Continue reading

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Purpose of the Bible

The Bible was not written as a work of science nor was its purpose to describe the workings of the physical world. It was written to explain spiritual principles – the nature of mankind, the nature of God, and how … Continue reading

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Convergence and Divergence Of Biological Species Point To One Creator

While many Christians and non-Christians see science and religion (theology) as in perpetual conflict, I find they integrate well. They operate by the same principles and are committed to discovering foundational truths. My passion is helping Christians see how powerful … Continue reading

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Frankly Speaking, God Created All For Us Humans

The anthropic principle says that the universe appears “designed” for the sake of human life. More than a century of astronomy and physics research yields this unexpected observation: the emergence of humans and human civilization requires physical constants, laws, and … Continue reading

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