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Things I suspect in Christianity, theology…

September 7, 2011 Leave a comment

I don’t claim to be right on any of these. Instead, they are just some things the creative, overactive part of my mind suspects…

…Whenever you don’t feel like reading your Bible or going to church, chances are excellent there is something about you that scares Satan to death…

…I believe the Lake of Fire exists on a planet in a distant galaxy. Perhaps that dark planet…

Astronomers estimate that this planet (seen here in an artist’s conception) is darker than coal and has a surface temperature of only 1,800 degrees.

…Speaking of astronomy, had Adam and Eve never sinned in the Garden of Eden, I suspect by now we’d be colonizing other planets, possibly even ones outside our solar system…

…I suspect God sees all the world’s events–from the Garden of Eden to the final battle at the end of the thousand-year millennial reign–happening all right now on some type of theological matrix. As I type, God is seeing Moses leading Israel through the Red Sea. He’s also seeing those who’ve taken the mark of the beast screaming at the scorching heat…

…I believe that if we as Christians were to see heaven right now, it would make almost no sense whatsoever. The finite trying to grasp the infinite?…

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