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- RT @Scripture_Truth: Little trials without God will break you. Big trials with God will make you. May you always find strength in God's lov… 9 hours ago
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- RT @ArmorOGod: Prayer is the most important conversation of the day. 9 hours ago
- RT @RorateCaeli: "There's No Such Thing as Moderate Islam": An Iraqi Priest Describes the Christian Genocide bit.ly/1VdZZEl 15 hours ago
- RT @Scripture_Truth: Those who know your name trust you because you, Lord, don't abandon those who see you - Psalm 9:10 15 hours ago
- RT @DavidRoads: Live simply. Love generously. Speak truthfully. Pray daily. Leave everything else to God. 15 hours ago
- RT @DavidRoads: Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. 2 days ago
- Tropical Storm Erika: At least 20 dead
- Obama plans hike on Alaskan glacier
- Spanish customs vessel fires live rounds in Uk territorial waters off Gibraltar
- Indian sisters to be raped as 'punishment' for brother eloping
- British Library turns down Taliban archive because of UK terror laws
- Palestinian women wrestle Israeli soldier off injured small boy
- Georgia faces struggle for 'civilisation' against the Kremlin
- Pilot dies in stunt crash ahead of New York air show
- Nasa Mars isolation experiment starting in Hawaii
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Tag Archives: Science
Well worth a read. Very philosophical for a Saturday afternoon.
By Dr Aren Maeir:
Smithsonian: Being distracted by texting makes people walk more slowly and crookedly, and they are more likely to be hit by cars Read on here.
The affirmation of genuine chance and randomness in the universe does not rob the universe of meaning and purpose. The BioLogos Forum has the piece.
The private letter expressing his views on God and religion will go up for auction Monday on eBay. Discovery.com: From studying slices of his brilliant brain to probing profound physics theories, scientists and enthusiasts alike have long been spellbound by … Continue reading
This is one debate that I’m looking forward to watching. Prominent atheist Richard Dawkins and Britain’s Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks will meet on Wednesday in an hour-long debate on science and religion, as part of the Re:Think Festival in Salford. The … Continue reading
Quantum mechanics is a bit beyond me, but if you’re intrigued, click here. HT
According to the Bible, as calculated in the August 1972 issue of Applied Optics: The temperature of Heaven can be rather accurately computed from available data. Our authority is the Bible: Isaiah 30:26 reads, Moreover the light of the Moon … Continue reading