Saturday, August 05, 2006

When left and right meet - off center ...

Click here ... I'd be interested in your thoughts.

6 Comments:

Blogger momrn2 said...

I am reminded of an article that appeared in our paper not too long ago. It stated that Jesus was able to walk on the water due to some strange phenomenon that occurs every thousands of years or so. The Galilee river freezes over. It was on the ice he was walking.

Strange thing is... they didn't mention the miracle that would have led to of the disciples rowing through the ice in their boats. HHmmmm

I don't believe it. Why is it we don't want to believe God is God? We demand an explanation for everything, and yet, who are we to try to "explain" God???

And if we demand evidence... where does faith come in that is spoken of all through God's Word??

I believe God performs miracles... plain and simple!

Thanks for leaving your link at "My Quiet Corner" and for a good article for discussion posted here!!

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9:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, if "the contaminated food might account for the plague of deaths among first born Egyptian males"...why did it not have that effect on the first born females?
As usual, man tries to show his superior intellect by finding ways to explain away God.
But if God wanted to use the very natural forces He created to accomplish His plan, what's wrong with that? It still requires faith on my part, with or without "natural causes".

11:05 PM  
Blogger R.G. said...

I love it when people find "evidence" of Biblical events. I believe that God created natural laws and usually works within them, even when producing miracles. If there is evidence of the parting of the Red Sea, it doesn't really matter WHICH natural phenomena God used to make it happen, does it? But it can serve to help skeptics understand that yes, the Bible REALLY is true. I don't believe there is, or will ever be, any contradiction between what the Bible tells us, and what God's other revelation -- nature -- tells us. If there is any apparent contradiction, it's because we don't understand or we haven't found the physical evidence yet. But that doesn't mean it doesn't exist.

6:33 PM  
Blogger Blessed Beyond Measure said...

I dont have the answers, I'm not really one to ask the questions, but anything that causes discussion is better than not talking about it. Like DaVinci Code, even controvery I don't necessarily agree with is good if it gets non-christians discussing. Many have come to faith through trying to prove us wrong.

9:38 PM  
Blogger Clemntine said...

Interesting. I wrote a lengthy comment and then deleted it. I'm going with,

God said it.

I believe it.

That settles it.

10:59 PM  
Blogger Brenda said...

I love what Rachelle said. I don't need proof, but apparently some do.

1:46 PM  

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