Chocolate Milk and Tumbling Culverts

This is a flashback to an anxious morning we experienced over three years ago. The date was Thursday, September 12, 2013. At 5:13 AM, the familiar yet unwelcome chime of the alarm clock wakes me from sound sleep and soon-forgotten dreams. I roll over to see that Renee has already started her day.  Her sleeping … Continue reading Chocolate Milk and Tumbling Culverts

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Something to do with Politics

This is an embarrassing story, but I will tell it anyway. . . In my younger years, I was completely uninterested in politics and therefore fairly uninformed about such things. My aversion was probably because I clearly saw politics, party platforms, and elections as instruments of division between human beings, and even between friends and … Continue reading Something to do with Politics

Genesis One and the Elasticity of Time

Years ago, I read Albert Einstein’s book, “The General Theory of Relativity.” More recently, I read Gerald Schroeder’s book, “The Science of God.” Quite frankly, Einstein was a little easier to understand than the astrophysicist, Schroeder. However, the latter really caused me to think hard about the concept of time, and how it relates to … Continue reading Genesis One and the Elasticity of Time