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God Finishes

Studies in Genesis 2

Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. And on the seventh day God finished his work that he had done, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work that he had done. 571 more words


Walking barefoot on a glass ceiling

Ex nihilo.

Out of nothing.

Even though Karen and I started The Reluctant Chronicleur (aka “Gray Water”) almost a year ago to focus my writing on her art, that’s where I’ve tended to want to write from. 537 more words

Sniffa New York!

Let me first say that I am a very deficient blogger…deficient in the fact that when I go to an event and meet the fantastic people in the industry I fail to record meetings, greetings and happenings through pictures.   902 more words


DEMONISM (part one)

The Bible does not tell us what demons look like. We know, however, that they are beings of creationism. It is also lucidly clear that demonism is of the foulness of spiritual existence. 683 more words

The Machine Guns of God

Constantly told about the beginning of the cosmos as having been perpetrated by some sort of ‘big bang’ theory, major and certain acclaimed scientists have alluded to the idea that there was one such event and that it is the causation of all we know and see and, in most instances, think. 1,108 more words


Light and Darkness

Studies in Genesis 1

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep. 637 more words


"Creation ex nihilo as Mixed Metaphor" - Summary Analysis

This post is part of the much larger Reader’s Guide to Kathryn Tanner. In this post, I take up a journal article on the concept of ex nihilo as a linguistic element of theology. 1,182 more words