A triptych of supporting perspectives
from a most unexpected source
Written by Dennis James
more complex, and more violent.
It takes a touch of genius
-- and a lot of courage --
to move in the opposite direction."
Creation and the least common denominator
Genesis Chapter 1 (Used with permission)
1:1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
and darkness was upon the face of the deep.
And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
and God divided the light from the darkness.
And the evening and the morning were the first day.
• Does God exist outside of human time?
• Because we believe that God resides in heaven, where was God
prior to heavens creation?
• What did God do that lead up to the plan for the creation
of the earth?
• Did the pre-form earth have no gravity?
• Would matter need to have a form to have a face?
• If there is no light how can there be darkness?
• Did God exist without light?
• Did the first light not cast shadows?
• Because the earth's axis is tilted, the extreme North and South
have times of constant light or dark. Did God start the day
on the equinox?
Would it be discovered on the Drudge Report, in the Chicago Tribune or on a television news story?
How would the world react if God revealed his existence now?
If Genesis chapter 1, verse 1-5 were written today, it might look like this.
God publishes "Creating Your Own Universe - Genesis Chapter 1" for the Journal of Applied Physics & Science 2006
Written by Dennis James
God said, 'Let there be light!' And there was light.
There was still nothing,
but you could see it a whole lot better."
Ellen DeGeneres (1958-)
• Frequency (or wavelength)
• Polarization (or angle of vibration)
God created light before the plants and animals because living matter needs light and heat in order to survive and grow. Beyond the life sustaining properties of light, it also allows Man to see. But without Jesus, fallen man remains in a state of darkness, unable to see his sins because there is no light to reflect on them.
• Light is defined in multiple terms
• Jesus is the opposite of darkness
• Light radiates from its source
• Jesus is most visible to viewers that remain focused
• Light makes things visible
Written by Jeff Hammond
but not any simpler."
The triune nature of God reflected in general relativity.
This equation E=MC² is the prime. The prime is not some elusive singular thing at all, but has always been this dynamic equivalency. In some sense this realization has unified what used to be considered separate sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geology, Astronomy, etc). Just as Schrodinger realized that one cannot experiment without introducing bias to the results because the observer and the observed are intrinsically related, and just as Heisenberg deduced that one cannot know everything about a particle because the more you glean about one aspect of a particle the less you know about another aspect, so it must be accepted that existence, in the end, is at it's root a dynamic of interchangeable facets. Scientists may still search for their "theory of everything", but they will never identify a singular substance which the prime equation (E=MC²) can be boiled down to. If they did, they equation would look something like this: 1 = 1. It would be meaningless in and of itself. But the dynamic equivalency of E=MC² gives rise to a whole host of possible states of being each in relationship to the others.
Therefore, for those who have struggled coming to terms with the Trinity as a concept of God, I see the discovery of the universe's relative nature to bear witness to the plausibility and probability of God as 3 in 1.
and Jeff Hammond and invite them
to read my paper at: