Google search console is fascinating. It allows you to see how people find your content. People find us, that's me and the Holy spirit, who are worried about whether or not they may have a reprobate mind.
Relationship of Cause and Effect
Understanding cause and effect, the essence of logic and reason, is critical in successfully deducing how the Bible can account for all of the physical evidence and our empirical observations of the universe.
LHC creates matter from light
Scientists on an experiment at the Large Hadron Collider see massive W particles emerging from collisions with electromagnetic fields. How can this happen?
We (most of us anyway) have a conscience. When we do something wrong we feel bad about it. We may even fear the consequences of what we've done, karma, coming back on us because we reap what we sow.
What Caused the Universe?
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) are investigating how people regard the relationship of cause and effect by evaluating the responses we get to the question: what caused the universe?
Their Eyes Were Opened
Adam & Eve were held responsible for their disobedience, but the fallen state of creation is part of the plan of redemption which is what the universe was created for, so how is it Adam and Eve’s fault?
Back to the Beginning
Some people believe that Genesis 1:1 is a subheading which bookmarks the beginning of creation, not as a creative act. However, some people believe that it was a separate creative act.
God the Son was begotten in an act of conception. It's part of the meaning of the Greek phrase the foundation of the world. The same event is rendered from Hebrew as childbirth, where we get the word howl.
Effect, Cause and the Reprobate Mind
The "reprobate mind," in Romans 1:28 is a consequence of rejecting the relationship between cause and effect. It manifests as a refusal to acknowledge the relationship between behavior and consequences.
"And God said," was energetically equal to the energy needed to cause the deep, the mass of the entire universe, to undergo nucleosynthesis. In a closed thermodynamic system this energy is still available.