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Yes, there is a, a powerful, all-pervading whose presence is everywhere in everything. It is an field filled with thoughts so potent they are dangerous in the wrong hands and used for the wrong purpose. It is all so complicated that one is at a loss as to how to pull it all together for explanation.
To explainin a very simple manner, please picture a whipped cream fruit salad. God is the mixture in which all else takes place; the ingredient without which there would be nothing. Without the whipped cream as the holding ingredient, all parts of the salad would fall apart. The fruit are individual themselves in the whipped cream; they still retain their taste and characteristics, but without the whipped cream they have little relationship to each other, except for the fact that they are all fruit. God is the agent that bonds all together into a finished product.
At the bottom of the bowl, the(whipped cream) is bubbling and churning (picture a blender.) The different fruits are right on top of this bubbling and sometimes an extremely strong bubble will be right under one piece of fruit, say a cherry or a grape. The bubble will propel this fruit to the surface where it will float in one position (say the stem is up on the cherry) even though it is moving around the bowl, unless a strong bubble pops to the surface beside it. This will cause it to shift its position so the stem points a slightly different direction. It will stay afloat until the time when an extremely strong pull of suction from below will pull it under.
The bubbling at the bottom of the bowl, (spinning blades of the blender), is the center of God, the true center of our. We are like the pieces of fruit on the surface of the whipped cream going away from the bubbles. It is all an action of ebb and flow. We are never really away from God, because we are always in the whipped cream mixture.
When picturing theas a bowl of whipped cream salad the size of a football field, one should picture earth as one tiny cherry. See this football field inflated, as a football itself is and in the center visualize the bubble making machine. It is constantly at work; it never stops its action, so things it affects must always be changing. The exact nature of this bubble machine can be compared to the that collapsed into the at the time of the big bang.
The overall picture is one of thein constant motion. When a star sinks into a it does not disintegrate to be no more. It simply waits with the rest of the bubbles to be popped to the surface again in a different time and place. There is no destruction of the stars, just appearances and disappearances.
Although From God to Man by author Tommy F. Rusek is a book written for children, I believe adults will also enjoy reading it. The author, who takes pleasure in reading about theand the interactions of science and religion, effectively demonstrates this throughout the book. Whether one believes in evolution or , I believe they will enjoy the conversations between God and his arch : Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, and Uriel as they create a new . Michael protects heaven and all of us from evil, Gabriel is God’s messenger, Raphael is a healer, and Uriel is a guard. Since the time in the new universe is different from heaven, Uriel has a special watch that will show the passage of time in this soon-to-be new universe.
God tells the archthat the job of creating this universe will require expert planning. They will need to take their time and use their skills. The author then takes his readers from the first day through the seventh day when God, at last, rests; He looks at the universe and sees that it is good.
The author successfully tells the story in an interesting way; there is serious planning, progression, and humorous comments. Everything moves along quite well from the first day through the fourth; however, the fifth day proves to offer a new challenge. The earth has progressed nicely with animals in the seas and on land, and God seems happy with the new world, now called Earth. God and the archangels leave for a short time to see how the plants and animals do on their own and, upon returning, Uriel’s watch shows that thirteen billion six hundred and thirty five million years have passed since theof the new universe. When God suddenly stops talking and sheds a tear, the archangels are puzzled. What is wrong? God tells them that He knows that something is going to happen–to change, and it does. He isn’t referring to the usual progression that has been taking place; instead, God knows that a huge fiery rock or asteroid will crash into the new world. The earth and life will then need to renew itself with this new era bringing forth new animals to live according to His plan.
I don’t want to go into too much detail regarding each day of creation since I want parents and prospective readers to buy the book, but I can honestly say it is a fascinating read. The book is well-written and enhanced by appropriate illustrations. Young children, teenagers, parents, and grandparents will find it fun to read as well as intriguing. Though it is a “what might have been” book of fiction, the eyes of readers will be glued to the pages as they watch the Chief Designer and His helpers complete their job. I highly recommend From God to Man; purchase a copy of the book today!
Sun of gOd, which logically states that the Sun is a conscious living organism, should definitely be taught in schools and universities all over the globe. It is an educational tome, especially for blinkered people, who are indoctrinated to believe from an early age that organisedis the be all and end all of the human race’s very existence. Even people with a broad viewpoint on the puzzle of consciousness, the Big Bang and its eventual consequential explosion of humanity, which is now evolving into the futuristic state of Artificial intelligence, should study this philosophical and enjoyable, thought provoking book.
Gregory Sams, the author who brings ‘our solar benefactor in from the cold in which it was forcibly cast out by today’s dominant’, writes in a humorous and accessible style. His prose coherently illustrates in my mind that our three main ‘modern’ , , Islam and Christianity have a tendency to act as a stranglehold on their fundamentalist followers. However, cynical secular scientists, especially those who believe in the multiple s theory, which incidentally Sams articulately disputes in his book, are not the only people who will enjoy reading this fascinating book. Curious scientists would certainly benefit from reading Sun of gOd’s religious theme which focuses on our as a consistently expanding ‘whole’.
Sams’ sensible rhetoric, backed by illustrations, comments and quotes from historical sages should sway even the most boxed in brain that one could benefit in part from a pagan viewpoint on life and our very existence. And yes, Sams’ philosophical book has convinced me that thepossesses intelligence and consciousness, which as the star at the center of the Solar System not only bestows life on our planet’s inhabitants an nature, but also on all substances.
Sun of gOd is not only educational for people who have never stopped to deeply think that theis ‘brimming with intelligence’, but also for people who are already aware. As Gregory Sams puts it, ‘the ancient Sumerians, Chaldeans and Assyrians, the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, the Maya, Inca and Aztec, and the early Nordic, Celtic and Native Americans cultures may have known something that we do not.’ Sun of gOd works on all levels, not only as an enjoyable and fascinating book about the mechanics and mysteries of our and beyond, but also as a reference book to be dipped into time and time again. Recommended!
Whether you are starting or struggling with the idea of Spirituality and the Law of Attraction, “Three Magic Words: The Key to Power, Peace and Plenty” by U.S. Andersen will be an enormous help in understanding and applying the concept in your life.
The explanation he gives us makes everything ‘click’ together; even to the disbelievers it has to make sense.
He uses plain physics to explain the Universe, and shows how and why it all works based on simple physical laws. He tells us how to make the laws work to our advantage, withto help achieve it easier and smoother.
Not being a huge fan of, I think there is real strength in those ones. After reading them, I become so much calmer, my attitude towards anyone and anything changes drastically and, what is the most important, my day is so good and everything goes well.
I wish I came across the book years ago but as they say, there is always a reason for everything. Today I am happy I have found it at all. As a matter of fact, it was recommended to me by a friend, whose sister is still swearing by the book that it changed her life within six months. It has been changing mine too.
Sometimes I get scared that all my beliefs are good for nothing and that I am only deluding myself. But then, I go back to the book and find in there confirmation of everything I am convinced of. And I understand why.
Read it; I cannot recommend it highly enough. Read it many times, as each time you will discover something new, something you have not paid attention to before. Apply his teachings and instructions. Maybe in the beginning you will not feel a hundred percent convinced, but do it anyway.
You will be astounded!
Even though I am not a geologist, this little book appealed to me, because there is so much to learn about our earth. At the end of the preface, the author Rolf Meissner introduces the book with these words: “This book presents the current state of research on our’s evolution and structure.”
Starting with the evolution of scientific thought, Meissner provides vital information about the geological development of ourtogether with its , from the time of its birth to the present. He says, “Looking back at 7 to 8 billion years of pre-solar and pre-terrestrial history, it was the very beginning–the solar nebula, created by a supernova–which provided the iron for the ’s . The iron in our blood and the calcium in our bones and teeth also go back to this giant explosion.” This little paragraph alone is food for thought for any earthling.
Meissner agrees with Heraclitus’s claim that everything moves. The book–in its entirety–addresses the role of seismology, earth’s magnetic field, plate tectonics, the formation of mountain ranges and basins, earth’s rotation, shape,, s, s, s, formation of the atmosphere, radioactive and the application of its techniques, carbon , the of the earth and its depth, petroleum exploration and exploitation techniques, and other resources, evolution of life, the last 600 million years, human evolution and climate, nuclear energy, and our limited resources.
Written in clear, concise language, the book consists of fifteen chapters with a preface and acknowledgements in the beginning and an epilogue, a further reading, and an index at the end. Inside the book are numerous illustrations, s, and graphs.
Meissner’s instructional style is flawless, also. He first introduces a subject; then, after giving information about what has happened around that subject, he explains it in, making the information easy to understand by the lay people.
The Little Book of Planetis 192 pages with ISBN-10: 0387952586 and ISBN-13: 978-0387952581.
The author Rolf Meissner is a meteorologist and a professor of geophysics. After teaching in the University of Mainz in Germany and the University of Hawaii, he worked as a researcher at the Institute of Geophysics of Kiel University in Germany where his research centered on the structure and the evolution of the earth’s
A few of his books are:
The Continental Crust: A Geophysical Approach (International Geophysics Series)
Geschichte der Erde
Continental Lithosphere: Deep Seismic Reflections (Geodynamics Series)
In spite of being a layperson, I have enjoyed this book thoroughly. The chapter on biological evolution mesmerized me, while the other chapters did not stay far behind. I recommend this book to anyone who has a bit of curiosity about the earth, and I feel everyone needs to take an interest in the subject, because it may help the understanding of changes our planet has started to experience.