March 11, Gratitude Meditation There are people who cast long shadows in our lives, those who have had a lasting influence on us. I would like for you, if you are willing, to call to mind one such person who has been a force for good in your life, a careful guide or inspiration. Reflecting on these people and their generosity toward develops gratitude in us.
November 21, at 8: I do believe in miracles, but I also believe in Romans 1: As the Lord said, if one has problems at first believing His words, one can first find faith through believing His works John These verses made me think, that yes, miracles may be true, but some stories were clearly fabricated or just using figures of speech.
I mean if God would be so powerful to hold the sun in place, He could just as well snuff out the Amorites rather than have Joshua engage in battle. At first glance, the account seemed illogical since the miracle of suspending the sun seemed somewhat pointless.
Ah, how unenlightened I was. Such a procedure is crippling to the truth-gathering process. And that is my true concern. Of greater concern are those situations where the cases are not so clear and more careful scrutiny is necessary to detect error.
Well-meaning individuals may betray a lack of thoroughness. Implications and conclusions gleaned from carelessly obtained data may be no better or may be even worse than the poor data themselves.
The inferential perspectives colored by these partially erroneous conclusions can have very broad effects. Of similar importance is the problem of selection of data where accurate data on only one side of a question are presented while opposing data are ignored.
This also gives a false view and stifles truth. The significance of this issue is seldom appreciated as it should be. Christian Scriptures I prefer word Bible are not given to us only to affirm its veracity but in main part to affirm His actions in the history of humankind.
And it happened Joshua There were more who died from the hailstones than the children of Israel killed with the sword. I did not mean to give Biblical exegesis, just to point out that for Christians, naturalistic explanations will only take us so far.
And I am NOT saying that we should not make as much scientific sense as possible of the events described in the Bible.Covers by Valigursky and Gaughan.
Brunner's Endless Shadow was revised as Manshape in The Arsenal of Miracles: When Earth's stellar empire was attacked by the Lyanir, a powerful race from the uncharted stars, it was Bran Magannon, High Admiral of Space, who met their attheheels.com: Miracles and Science: the Long Shadow of David Hume Miracles and Science: BY ARD LOUIS attheheels.com The Long Shadow of David Hume* *This paper is a translation of A.A.
Louis, “Wonderen en wetenschap: De lange schaduw van David Hume,” Omhoog kijken in Platland, ed Cees Dekker, Rene’ van Woudenberg en Gijsbert van den Brink, . Miracles In this paper, physicist Ard Louis, a "scientist who believes in the miracles of the Bible", looks at the implications science has on the .
Then there are the long shadows, cast by the leaders of movements, that bring glimpses of a miracle, of wholeness and healing for creation. The idea that miracles occur has been a part of human storytelling in some form throughout human existence.
7 Modern Miracles That Science Can't Explain God is still in the business of miracles. By Megan Schmidt attheheels.com Many Christians have given up believing in miracles. Its legacy can be seen most directly in the network of national laboratories advancing the science of energy, space travel, and computing: Los Alamos National Laboratory, Oak .