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A Divine Dissolution
Posted By: Kerry
10/1/2013 11:00:18 AM

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12 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 8 PrayingPraying

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Excellent Wendy!
Reply # 1 - ReplyTo ID: 10329


Posted By: Anton -
Date: 10/1/2013 12:36:21 PM
7 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 8 PrayingPraying

Comments:

Astounding!Thanks Wendy!

Anton.


Reply # 2 - ReplyTo ID: 10331


Posted By: ja -
Date: 10/1/2013 1:04:07 PM
11 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 8 PrayingPraying

Comments: wendy i love love love this article. my dad was a physicist and a rocket scientist. i chose music as my way of understanding, it is all so amazing, incredible, lovely, awesome, majestic and i want to sing it all! i have seen the invisible and God found time for me, to show me the why's and wherefores. My dad did not get to Bacon's point, at least as far as I knew, but I sure did!!!
Reply # 3 - ReplyTo ID: 10332


Posted By: pete -
Date: 10/1/2013 1:33:03 PM
7 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 5 PrayingPraying

Comments: Loved this one, thanks Wendy!

Reply # 4 - ReplyTo ID: 10333


Posted By: WarrenBowdoin -
Date: 10/1/2013 2:16:49 PM
9 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 8 PrayingPraying

Comments:

Great article Wendy. It reminded me of a science experiment a few years back wherein they trapped a photon in a plasma.  wild.  i believe it was called a bose/einstein condensate.

they got it to some temp and the photon stopped moving. 

science thinking God's thoughts after Him.  I like that. 

God Bless!!!


Reply # 5 - ReplyTo ID: 10334


Posted By: Greg S/CG -
Date: 10/1/2013 2:58:52 PM
9 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 8 PrayingPraying

Comments: There you go again Wendy, You made me Smarter today

I want you to know These articles of Science and Religion that you compose are wonderful. You open our Eyes to the truth of God found in science.

God Bless,
CG
Reply # 6 - ReplyTo ID: 10335


Posted By: BruceBeasley -
Date: 10/1/2013 4:25:40 PM
9 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 6 PrayingPraying

Comments: Thank you, Wendy. The way you put this is so understandable! My wife will be grateful as she is not really science oriented. We both LOVE your columns!!! God Bless you!
Reply # 7 - ReplyTo ID: 10336


Posted By: TerryReed -
Date: 10/1/2013 6:35:40 PM
7 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 8 PrayingPraying

Comments: I think Wendy is a talented writer, and clearly smarter than your average bear, but I was disappointed to see that she apparently buys into the "Billions of years" theory.
Reply # 8 - ReplyTo ID: 10337


Posted By: WendyWippel -
Date: 10/1/2013 10:56:18 PM
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Comments:

Hey Terry-- Sorry that I gave you the impression that I bought into the billions of years-- I don't. What I meant to say was that, even with the fifteen billion years that scientists say the universe as been here, there are way more stars created than even the number of seconds the universe would have existed according to that reckoning. 

Gerald Schroder, however, a famous orthodox Jewish physicist ( I think he's one a nobel prize) has done a very interesting analysis on the finding that (a la planet of the apes) time is relative, doing the math and showing that the fifteen billion years that supposedly has gone by from an earth perspective has been 8 days from the perspective of the edge of the universe.  I don't know exactly what to make of that, but the fact that we know time is relative makes me frustrated with the arguing that Christians do about that subject.  That said, I do go with the young-earth perspective of Genesis. (And find it very interesting that the Jews, who ostensibly started counting the day Adam was created,are now in year 5774.


Reply # 9 - ReplyTo ID: 10338


Posted By: TerryReed -
Date: 10/2/2013 10:38:30 AM
9 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 10 PrayingPraying

Comments:

Hi Wendy,

Thanks for your response, and clearing up my misunderstanding.

Though I am not familiar with Gerald Shroder's work, I know that there are a number of creationist astro-physicists such as Dr. Jason Lisle, and Dr. Russel Humphreys who propose a theory based off of Einstein's theory of relativity. Though I don't pretend to understand the inner workings of the theory, as I do understand it, it has to do with time-dilation. Essentially if the earth is close to the event horizon from which all matter spread out, then only a few thousand years on earth would pass while billions of years were passing for the distant stars, etc. which would account for the light of distant stars here on earth. I'n not sure yet if I buy that theory, but it is certainly interesting, and apparently scientifically viable.

Thanks again for clarifying, and God bless


Reply # 10 - ReplyTo ID: 10354


Posted By: WendyWippel -
Date: 10/5/2013 5:37:43 PM
6 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 10 PrayingPraying

Comments:

God bless to you, Terry, and to all of you who are so encouraging to me. Thanks for your faithful feedback!


Reply # 11 - ReplyTo ID: 10468


Posted By: DavidJordan2013113 -
Date: 11/3/2013 10:08:01 AM
10 Shout AMEN!Amen ~ 8 PrayingPraying

Comments:

Excellent article, as the Lord is the Creator and the Great Architect, Great Scientist, and Maker of all things including all of us, all the laws of creation, etc etc...

A little science or false science takes people away from the Lord, whereas true science and in depth science always brings tham back to DESIGN and the DESIGNER.

Good Writing, Sis