Michael G. Strauss is a David Ross Boyd Professor of Physics at the University of Oklahoma in Norman; he earned his undergraduate degree in physical science from Biola University and his doctorate in physics from the University of California in Los Angeles. He conducts research in experimental particle physics studying the fundamental particles and forces […]
Easter this year was the most perfect, glorious day. Our plan was church followed by a lovely meal and precious moments before our almost-college grad and his sweetheart were headed back to school. A stubborn eye infection, nasty medicine, and a migraine kept the joy at bay for me. Nauseated, I […]
My family and I are blessed to have a home with stunning water views, on a clear day we can see a long way across the bay to cliffs. Recently a fog rolled in and I couldn’t see past the railing of my balcony, the view was completely obscured from view. If you had visited […]
There once was a man named George Thomas,Priest in a small New England town.One Easter Sunday morning he came to the Church carrying a rusty, bent, old bird cage,and set it by the pulpit.Eyebrows were raised and, as if in response, Priest Thomas began to speak… “I was walking through town yesterday when I saw […]
This repost is a once over lightly testimony from Rosalind Picard, who is the founder and director of the Affective Computing Research Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For some reason a lot of people seem to think that believing in God and believing in the Bible basically means that you must be in […]
I love this….so true!
Well said, totally agree! Thank you for putting it into words!
I write this with an extremely heavy heart, knowing that there are thousands of other sharing the same burden as I do. Yesterday afternoon, March 15th, gunmen opened fire on 2 mosques in the city of Christchurch in the South Island. 49 people died and countless left injured and traumatized. It’s too close to home. […]
Written by Vladimir Moss The Bible of the new, mid-nineteenth-century rationalism was Charles Darwin’s The Origin of Species, published in 1859 but written considerably earlier. The year 1859, according to M.S. Anderson, “can be seen as the beginning of a new era in intellectual life”; for it “gave birth not merely to the Origin of Species but also to Marx’s Critique […]
I could not have said it better…or as well for that matter!
I woke up this morning with babbling brooks overflowing upon the rocks of my soul that I must write and pray unto our Lord. I sang the songs of worship that flowed from my heart knowing that this was not the flesh that I awoke to, but the presence of God fully in my […]