Do you ever wonder about life, creation, and your part in it? If so, check out the book "Beyond the Cosmos" by Hugh Ross for some deep science reading with spiritual insight.
I am retired science educatjor; now doing various volunteer work.
Also do woodworking, photography, etc.
The Giveness of things, by Marilynne Robinson; Heaven by Randy Alcornposted on: What's On Your Summer Reading List?
I like method a former pastor used with us in Counil___He
would ask each of us : "How has God been real to you last
week?" I f you don't have an answer, you need to check your...posted on: Three-Sentence Faith Stories
I too am [was] ,now retired, science teacher....taught all levels from grade 6- thru College.
Climate does change, but we humans may not be as in control of it as some think...
A good book is Beyond the cosmos, by Hugh Ross ..very good on extra .dimensions.
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It is obvious--I have several texts that I use to tithe:[I'll only use 2]:... Mal 3: 10 works; also Luke 11:42 NLT, where Jesus says "....You should tithe, yes, but do not neglect the more...
Theoiogy , a manmade science, is interesting, but not a requirement for salvation.posted on: Why Theology and Youth Ministry Seldom Mix
Y'all good people should read Genetic Entropy by J.C.Sanford; very scholarly work both scientific and math'l..
Would open a lot of eyes!!
It is hard to say ---but he seems more athentic, humble, open to God's variety, freedom to change. To get a slight flavor of what I mean, please read pp. 138-141 from Scott Hoezee's Proclaim...
These ideas are very useful, by R.deRuiter; about the most 'real' so far in the discussion.
Hang in there, bro!