Most interpreters of Revelation read the trumpets as disasters to arrive in the future. But in fact they describe the great ecological disasters of the past. As John was not a paleontologist, his description is obscure, but it fits. For example, with the first trumpet the oceans "turn to blood." How does this relate? Well, … Continue reading A Bloody Sea
Brains shift the field of evolutionary struggle into learning. In Revelation 9, the Most High adopts new methods to force animals to learn to cooperate. But selfish spirits liked the dinosaurs - they were wonderful machines. So when the Most High wiped out the dinosaurs, their ghosts took root in their successors: insects, birds and mammals. That … Continue reading Brains
Combining Darwin's theory of evolution through natural selection with Revelation Book 8 to disprove Einstein's Theory of Relativity. The key departure from popular teaching? Revelation 8 does not describe disasters waiting for us in the future, but disasters hundreds of millions of years in our past: the great extinction episodes revealed in the fossil record. … Continue reading Extinctions
Using God's commitment to marvelous relationships to interpret the Days of Creation. The Pregnant Earth image at the end of the video is made available by Gideon Wright under the WikiCommons License We’re starting our journey with scripture, which is the story of a relationship between people and Unconditional Love. Looking at God as love … Continue reading Relation Creation
Considering the challenges that God has in loving unconditionally, and interpreting the universe as a tool for that expression So today, if you don’t mind, I’m going to talk about the Bible. I know – the Bible has a bad reputation. It’s certainly not an easy read – even without pictures, it’s 1000 pages in … Continue reading ROFLMAO – The Bible?!?