John 1:3 (Creation and Science)

As the pendulum swings, so does ones life. While one was not aware of the moment when their life began, it began all the same. We see the motion of the pendulum and can scientifically find answers to how fast and when it will reach each position of it’s movement, we cannot find when or how it started. While science searches for the begining of time, when this all began, it misses the target that someone had to start it, someone had to build the pendulum, someone was in the begining. A “Think Tank” question: who started the pendulum of life?


Creation and Science

Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. (John 1:3)

Read: Judges 11:1-12:15, John 1:1-28, Psalm 101:1-8, Proverbs 14:13-14

Relate: About a month back I landed in the airport of a strange land I had never visited except in my prayers. With me I carried three suitcases, the two larger of which could not way over a hundred pounds. (They weighed in at 87). All that was in those suitcases was the sum total of my remaining possessions. Everything else had been sold or given away. Without a doubt, the hardest part of that pairing down process was the elimination of my library. To say I had hundreds of books would be a lie. It was closer to a couple thousand. Roughly half of these were theological in nature and a good chunk of the rest were history or science. I had to…

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2 thoughts on “John 1:3 (Creation and Science)

  1. No matter if some one searches for his vital thing, thus he/she wishes to be available
    that in detail, therefore that thing is maintained over here.


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