Posts Tagged ‘God’

God Revealed in Math

Posted: July 11, 2020 in Religion
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By Chad Daugherty

You have probably had an experience where you see something beautiful in nature or had a life experience and you immediately see God in it. Have you ever seen God in Algebra? I have. Recently, I took a College Algebra course. Needless to say, I felt like my head was going to explode! I spent hours upon hours working equations and trying to solve what seemed liked endless problems, but in the end I learned Algebra and more about God.

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godandscience

by Chad Daugherty

If you have ever looked deep into the sky on a beautiful starry night, then you were probably amazed at the immensity of our universe. There are over 170 billion galaxies in the observable universe. There are approximately 100 thousand million stars in the Milky Way alone. When all this is taken into consideration, it makes one wonder: How did all this come into being? It is a question that scientist and mankind have sought to answer throughout history. There are two main theories which I will discuss. One of them reveals that the answer was given at the dawn of time.

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Daniel

By Lesli White

If you’re wondering if God speaks to us through dreams and visions, the answer is yes. The Bible tells us, “And it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out my Spirit on all flesh; your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, and your young men shall see visions” (Joel 2:28). God actively speaks to us through them and these can have scriptural meaning. If you’re looking to better understand how God speaks to us through dreams and visions, here are six ways God uses these messages to reveal His purpose for your life. Pay attention to what He is telling you. He may be speaking to you right now and you don’t even know it. When we understand what God is saying to us, we can communicate with Him in a new way and also live in His purpose.

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by Chad Daugherty

On Sept 16, 1620 two ships set sail from Plymouth England, The Speedwell and the Mayflower. The Speedwell encountered much difficulty as they began their journey springing many leaks in the ship. So when the two ships went to Port in Plymouth England, the Speedwell decided to go no further. 42 passengers from the Speedwell joined the 60 passengers and 30 crew members aboard the Mayflower. Of the 102 passengers on board the Mayflower the majority were devout Christians. They were coming to America to shake lose from the bonds of the church of England so they could worship God as they believed scriptures taught. With great excitement and expectations they set sail for a new land.

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by Chad Daugherty

If you have ever been in a conversation with someone in which you are trying to point out sin according to Old Testament Law (such as homosexuality), then you have probably had the argument come up that if we have to keep one Old Testament Law then we have to keep them all.

That brings up a good question! How does the Old Testament Law apply to us now that we are in the age of grace? First it is important to understand that the people under Old Testament Law were under the law because they had made a covenant with God. A “Covenant” is an agreement between two parties who agree to certain terms and conditions that each side must abide by or the agreement is not binding. In a covenant among humans the two sides can bargain on the terms and conditions but in a covenant with God, God alone decides the conditions and blessings. Humans cannot change God’s covenant, but they can choose to accept or reject it.

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