Friday, February 23rd, 2018

I help maintain my church website, and like many such sites it has the option for one or more internal blogs. I recently created a blog called Christian Cosmology and added a link to it on my list of links in the sidebar. The image above is from the Wikipedia article on cosmology, and it […]

I may have a little credibility problem here, because we all know that trees don’t eat bricks. But I caught an old and wily Sycamore the other morning in the very act of slurping up a brick from a nearby sidewalk, no doubt hoping it would pass unnoticed by passers-by. It takes a sharp eye […]

I’ve been blind-sided by Yet Another Book. Mercifully, this one is a short one, only 150 pages. It is Beauty for Truth’s Sake: On the Re-enchantment of Education. The author is Stratford Caldecott (University of Oxford), the editor of Second Spring, a Catholic publication devoted to theological reflection and cultural analysis. He asserts Who will […]

In a press release dated June 29, 2020, the Gemini Observatory announced the first confirmed planet in orbit around a sun-like star. A planet only about eight times the mass of Jupiter has been confirmed orbiting a Sun-like star at over 300 times farther from the star than the Earth is from our Sun. The […]

I have been reading Black Holes & Time Warps: Einsteins Outrageous Legacy by Kip S. Thorne. He wrote it in late 1993, and it was published in 1994. A cover blurb states, “Deeply satisfying…[An] engrossing blend of theory, history, and anecdote” –Wall Street Journal. In his Preface, Thorne explains his goal for the book. For […]

Thanks to Michael Kruse for pointing me to this article in Mouw’s Musings. Dr.Mouw is president of Fuller Theological Seminary, and I find his “musings” always worth pondering. In this post, he takes a friendly poke at those within the church who get a little hung up on six-day creationism. I have been reading materials […]

Scientists say that our earth took billions of years to reach its present state. The evidence is overwhelming, and I believe it. The Bible says that in just six days God created the universe and earth with life of all kinds. The evidence is compelling, and I believe it. Houston, we’ve got a problem. Even […]

Big, that is. My logical mind is convinced that there was a Big Bang that marked the origin of life and the origin of man. My logical mind is also convinced of an eternal realm beyond time and space and matter. God exists. I read how some religious writers interpret the first chapter of Genesis, […]