Monthly Archives: January 2015

Did Einstein contradict himself? Is E = MC2 an oxymoron?

Did Einstein contradict himself? I woke up this morning thinking about Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. –Einstein said that time goes slower if you travel at the speed of light–186,000 miles per second. –Einstein also said that the speed of light … Continue reading

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How Now Can Wow! (The Greeks Split “Time” Into Two Words.)

You can’t “put time in a bottle.” However, the Greeks did split the concept of time into two words. A few days ago I wrote a blog about the how the ancient Greeks had two words for time, but English only has one word … Continue reading

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R U Disqualified?

Why should the lack of the title “pastor” disqualify someone from speaking out in a church meeting? (Perhaps church isn’t a gathering of people who are disqualified from speaking in the meeting and whose main function is just to listen … Continue reading

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Your stream of consciousness is a faucet with 2 flows — H & C.

Your stream of consciousness is a faucet with 2 flows:  H & C — hell & Christ.  In most of us they flow together in a mix. The Bible calls the H-flow (hell-flow) “the acts of the flesh.”  It calls … Continue reading

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It’s About Time For A Brief About Time

Time is like a jigsaw puzzle.  We can line the pieces of time up, in the order that they come out of the box.  Or we can observe how the pieces fit together and create a beautiful image! Time is … Continue reading

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How can we see the invisible Christ? (The answer is blowing in the wind.)

The invisible working of the living God in human hearts becomes clearly visible when ordinary people are permitted in a church meeting, to show and tell what God has done. It’s an amazing thing to see! (This experience should definitely … Continue reading

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Does Stephen Hawking’s Inspirational Lifestyle Contradict His Belief System?

Did Stephen Hawking think about the concepts in the best-selling book, A Brief History Of Time, or was the book just a result of a physiological data processor called a brain? Hawkins believes that the Universe (and everything in it) is the … Continue reading

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