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Did I ask a question or just exclaim a statement? What does it matter today when scientists make factual statements out of thin air? Check this out.

Why do I believe in the Bible as the Word of God?

Simply because it describes human nature to its very essence. In that it can tell us our very next move and why we will be making it. The Bible tells us that in time intelligence will increase and yet humans will run around from fact to fact as lost as they have ever been! One must only read the theory of String Universe and one will see immediately it is simply the King with no clothes! No one will dare say anything derogatory about the theory for fear that the “geniuses” that came up we it like Leonard Susskind will accuse anyone who says anything against this theory as being to dim-witted to understand it!

What String Universe–A name I created to compile all the sub-theories into one–tries to do is answer the question of singularity by simply creating an ambiguous theory of everything that once again side-steps the biggest question in all of physics; How does something come from nothing?

Albert Einstein understood that until one can completely answer that single most important question science cannot discard God from the equation!

“As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality.”  –Albert Einstein

“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” —Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein was a brilliant man who grew up in a time when humility was not considered a weakness as it is today. It was that humility in combination with his brilliance that allowed him to see things we are too proud to see. The answers are there right in front of our faces, and yet, until we can see them through the eyes of humility we will continue to  intelligently stumble around this universe.

I am certain that Mr. Susskind has the intelligence to understand the information that Albert Einstein discovered, but only time will tell if Mr. Susskind can develop the humility it will take to see the secrets that Einstein saw. Of course, none of this is outside the power of our Creator to solve if we will just see it ourselves and pray for the rest.

It doe not take the masses, it has always been done with just the remnant.

Just think how nice it would be if science could be taught with the inclusion of a Creator being a possible answer to the many gaps we see in evolution without a Creator. Just maybe that “natural process” could be influenced, applied and adjusted by the Hand of our Creator. No religion, no finite conclusions, just the “natural” possibility of  a Creator’s touch.

As true believers we should realize that the Name of our King Y’shua Messiah is not where or what it should be today. For several thousand years mankind has been defiling that Name to the point that today most believe that our God is a god of death, destruction, punishment and mayhem; not the God of Love that King Y’shua Messiah displayed while He walked this earth. The Word of God says that He is the exact nature of God! Yet, we do not ever see Him killing, hurting, or even threatening, even some of the most vile people in our eyes, while He walked this earth.

Who we are can be easily determined by who we follow. The true Creator of life is Love. Even Hell is simply just being apart from God, not something that God does to someone, but something that someone does to their self.

This may be of some interest.


Filed under: Challenge, History, King Y'shua, Prayer


Hebrews 11:6

“And without Faith it is impossible to please Elohim, for those who come to Elohim must believe that He is…” NASB

It does not get any clearer than that, and if Faith is the main factor in our relationship with our Creator then there is no way to force our beliefs onto anyone else. So why do we seem to try so hard to do just that? It has nothing to do with our belief, nothing to do with the evangelistic call off King Y’shua Messiah, but it has everything to do with our pride and our security. We try to make others see our way just to make us feel better about our own beliefs and about ourselves. It must stop if believers are ever going to fulfill the call of our Lord to share the Word with others.

All human being learn from experience more than anything else, therefore, we must show others the Word of our Lord through our actions not by our words. I was Stumbling in the Net a few days ago and stumbled across THIS which shows a great example of what I am trying to share in this post. So I placed the link in this post in hopes that you would read it even if you do not finish this one. If you are still with me, let’s talk about Faith!

Hebrews 11:1

“Now Faith is the assurance of hope, the conviction of things not seen.” NASB

There is no better definition of our belief in our Creator than this one above, and for that reason we should look carefully at this verse describing Faith in hopes that with a better understanding comes a better appreciation and usage. To be assured of hope is to be completely convinced, and conviction of an unseen object or event is exactly how scientist see their theories. Faith is Faith no matter what the belief is in. However, the question is what to believe in? I have spent a life time learning, studying, and absorbing knowledge that at times tends to bring doubt into the validity of the present Bible we read. There are only two ways to truly look at Bible validity: one way is to trust exactly what you read, or slightly adjust what you read to fit the Truth inside your heart. The first way is to be ignorant and led blindly down a road that you can pretend is Faith, or the second way can be done though vigilant study WITH the Blessed Holy Spirit–that tiny little voice inside your heart.

Let me give you an example:

Some of the finest Theology Scholars in the world understand that if you read the oldest manuscripts from the fourth century you will not read one of the most important stories in the Bible today! The “Throw the first stone” story in the Book of Saint John. Of course most of these fine scholars do not believe that King Y’shua Messiah confronted the mob about to stone a woman for adultery. They think that it was added later to the Bible. I believe that one day they will find in the millions of documents from the cave of Qumran that exact story which was indiscreetly removed so the Kings and Popes of the fourth century could call upon their followers to kill in the name of God!

Why do I believe this way?

Simple; I have come to know our Creator in such a way that I am convinced that King Y’shua Messiah would react exactly like it states in John 8:1-11. I believe this because there is no ambiguity in the Gospels where King Y’shua Messiah plainly states His feelings on forgiveness Luke 23:34. The Bible today is full of God’s forgiveness and as it was when it was first written.

Study and then believe! If you apply the Word of God as an entire single Word; to apply the Spirit of the Bible whole into your life and not pick and choose specific verses to live by you will not have to concern yourself with the possibility of a single verse being wrong. The Bible in its entirety has a general theme to live by and that is what you sink your beliefs into.

Filed under: Faith, History, King Y'shua

The Singularity

Well one more nail in the coffin of Christianity was hammered down with the sad prophetic shenanigans of the man who claimed the world was going to end and the rapture was going to occur. I refuse to print his name for fear that someone who has of yet does not know about this tripe would possibly be lead to follow his career further. As unfortunately as it is I will not be surprised to hear that this individual will quickly regroup and begin misleading the already obviously misled into further darkness continuing to blaspheme the name of our great Creator.

I feel lead today to share with all of you my profound belief in the Creator, ELOHIM (Hebrew meaning for “Mighty One” YHWH). Before I express my beliefs I must first acknowledge what I do not believe in: The Rapture, I have read the Bible from cover to cover too many times to count and I have researched numerous books, articles and studies all on the Rapture for and against enough to be certain that there will not be a Rapture, nor was one even discussed until just a few centuries ago. The proponents for the Rapture take a few obscure passages from Saint Paul for their entire case! This subject is one of a very few that I am comfortable being certain about. There are very few things that one can truly feel certain about in life and the Rapture being a zero possibility is one of the top subjects. I simply ask all (and there are millions) who believe in a Rapture to pray that the Lord opens their hearts and then research the topic aggressively, please.

I believe in a Creator that loves us to a degree that we are unfortunately not capable of fully appreciating. Our Creator is eternal, which is another concept that human beings cannot fathom to the fullest extent necessary to understand a being who has no time constraints typical to our life on earth. Another insurmountable problem is our nature to pick and choose what we wish to believe. We have no problems with the modern technologies that science provides us with that enhance our lives, making our lives easier and far more entertaining. However, when that same science tells us that our planet, the one where the most important life belongs–which of course is us–is not the center of the universe; suddenly the very same  science that creates such neat stuff for us to enjoy has now become useless!

I could go on for days listing all the reasons that keep us from a full wholesome understanding and appreciation of our Creator, although that would accomplish even less than I am already attempting to do, so I will just reiterate how helpless we really are developing a relationship with our Creator. I believe that is exactly why the Bible documents eons of failed attempts by humankind to follow our Creator. In each description of these failures we see the same events occurring i.e., humankind failing to relate to the Creator requiring them to reach out to another human being to lead as well as to become the mediator between them and the Creator.

Then comes our Savior, King Y’shua Messiah, permanently taking the place of all mediators and by example showing all of humankind how to relate to our Creator,  also enabling humankind to establish a relationship with the Creator by giving us the Blessed Holy Spirit as our teacher and guide in our relationship with our Creator! Praise You Sweet Lord!

Of course we all know that our human nature is contrary to the Lord’s spiritual nature, and until we relinquish our nature to the Lord we cannot receive the Blessed Holy Spirit that is crucial to our relationship with our Lord. It is that reason we see the almost immediate rise of man-made churches in the first few centuries that were completely lead and used by man in the name of the Lord. Have you ever seen the Vatican Nation in picture or person? When I see how church members donations to the Lord are spent by this big national corporate churches/denominations I wonder what King Y’shua Messiah would say if He walked into one of these places as He walked into the Temple in the  first century?

Elohim = The Singularity

The Mighty One is what science is looking for, what the poor and down trodden are looking for, He is what we are all looking for, and He has made it very easy to find Him; if you know what you are looking for.

Filed under: Church, Elohim, History

Selfish or Selfless

I am old enough to remember that in the sixties there was an anti-social movement that rated the individual over the group. It was all in the guise of freedom, but deep inside the movement it was completely selfish motivation that took the forefront. Free to be who ever the hell I so desire, to wear what I want, to speak how and to whom I want, and to live as I see fit–damn to my neighbor. That movement preceded the great suburban migration for the individual to live as far from the social centers as possible.

Then in the eighties another individual (selfish) movement came into the mainstream, and this was a financial freedom for the individual. The right for the individual to make as much money for himself (mostly male dominated) with less and less concern for value over time. This movement placed the individual into an even smaller social circle that continued to alienate more and more. Another “aftershock” of this movement was the deliberate attempt to make money/profits the entire goal of one’s life, and the manner in which that was done was of no concern as long as you stayed one step ahead of the law changing the law where ever you could for self benefit . This practice created means to make money without creating value, substance, or any tangible product.

Any honest economist will agree that whenever an economy creates no tangible goods for import and/or export that economy is built on sand which will sooner than later collapse. So it is no surprise to many of the older, wiser, and more honest economist that we have the economic problems that we have today in the USA. Until we stop pretending that the end of the rainbow is just outside waiting for us to begin picking up the gold out of the pot, we will continue to slide downward. That slide need not continue if we would realize that like it or not we are all connected and will rise or fall together. Only those filthy rich few who have enough of everything and can live any place on earth will be able to watch the sinking from a port far from us. The rest of us will go down with the ship.

Do not think for a moment that you will be able to survive with your armored enclave, food storage, and the like for very long. The street gangs that number in the hundred-thousands will tear you apart, and then there will come the desperately starving masses–armed to the teeth. No, the only hope for the USA is God, and His Way is the civil, unselfish, societal way, which begins with all of us coming together (not physically, but emotionally) and living within our means in a sustainable way that provides for those in need as well as for planet longevity. This is not such a dire thing to do, but something similar to what the citizens of this country did for decades very successfully up until the sixties.

Something profound happened in the sixties that caused the majority of citizens to retracted into their own imagined security. I believe what happened was the complete collapse of trust between the citizen and government along with a breakdown of trust between citizens. This was the result of the assassination of  President Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy, as well as the war in Vietnam, Civil Rights Bill and massive civil unrest dealing with each one of all of the above at one time or another. By the time “Watergate” occurred it simply reinforced the feelings that you can trust no one and the more secure you can make yourself the better chance of survival. We now must find a way to rebuild the trust between citizens, but at the moment with groups like the “Tea Party”, and such intense political polarization, it will not be easy. However, it must be done!

A very good place to begin would be in the churches. Because if we cannot come together in the name of God as one Church, well what else could possibly be done? However, to begin to bring churches together would require the elders of each church to humble themselves, and that is the test of all tests. Today, over 80% of US citizens believe they are special and that in turns leads to thinking you are also right. The humility that graced this country in the forties has  dissolved and we need to bring it back.

Filed under: Challenge, Church, History, Trust

Apple Eaters


Are you an “Apple Eater”?

Hopefully, you understand that the fruit in question here is first of all not an apple, secondly, even though originally it was possibly a real fruit, here it is metaphor. With that comprehension in tow let’s get down to answering the question of whether or not you are an “Apple Eater”. If you’re a human being you most certainly are an “Apple Eater” until you surrender your existence on earth to God. Therefore, we need to determine the difference between “Apple Eaters” and “Non-eaters”, and then discuss what it is to be a “Non-eater”.

Primarily,  “Apple Eater” is a term devised from the Bible verses dealing with the “Tree of Knowledge” in the Book of Genesis. Hopefully, we all know how the story goes and how it was the precursor of establishing God’s people apart from the rest of humanity.  On the one hand Satan offers the world, and on the other, God offers Life. For all human beings the world is self-explanatory and yet Satan insists in offer detailed explanations that extent into our wildest imaginations. What many people have learned is that the more someone tries to sell you something by building that something into a bigger than life item, the more likely there is that that something has a hidden catch, clause, blemish, or trap. Satan has continued to exaggerate how utterly fantastic that “apple” is. On the other hand, God has continually offered one thing, the same one thing and only one thing since the beginning of time without any elaboration or fanfare.

To me the difference is like a Chevy compared to a Maserati, one car needs no sales gimmicks at all because the vehicle speaks for itself. That brings us to the discussion of what it means to be “apple-free”. Throughout life one is constantly bombarded by the “sales gimmicks” of Satan presenting the world to any and all who so desire it. And yet to a much lesser extent one is also aware of the possible option offered by God. At some point in one’s life the realization of what Satan is actually offering becomes apparent, and to some it becomes crystal clear. It is at that point in one’s life that a decision is made to either take Satan’s ride to the bitter end or be set free with God’s offer.

So to be “apple-free” is to be completely engulfed within the loving, secure arms of our Creator who provides us with a life that is eons beyond that which is experienced in a “worldly” existence; so much so that it is completely impossible for someone living within the arms of God to describe that experience to someone who is not. The only true and expedient way to share that existence with someone who is not experiencing it is to let your life be the example of what you are experiencing, and in time others will come to that very same realization that brought you within the warm, secure, loving arms of God.

Filed under: History, Jehovah, Lifestyle, Trust

Son of Man

ISAIAH 57:14-21

“And it will be said, Build up, build up, prepare the way, Remove obstacles out of the way of My people. For thus says the high and exalted One Who lives forever, whose name is Holy, I dwell on a high and holy place, and with the contrite and lowly of spirit in order to revive the spirit of the lowly and to revive the heart of the contrite. For I will not contend forever, nor will I always be angry; For the spirit would grow faint before Me, and the breath I have made. Because of the iniquity of his unjust gain I was angry and struck him; I hid and was angry, and he went on turning away, in the way of his heart. I have seen his ways, but I will heal him; I will lead him and restore comfort to him and to his mourners, creating the praise of the lips. Peace, peace to him who is far and to him who is near, Says the Lord and I will heal him. But the wicked are like the tossing sea, for it cannot be quiet, and its waters toss up refuse and mud. There is no peace, says my God, for the wicked.”  NASB

Make no mistake, the Lord will always take care of His own, and justice will be the final outcome. However, God’s justice may not be exactly what we might think of as justice. Consider for a moment the story of Cain and Abel; here we have two brothers, the first two siblings on earth and therefore everything they do will be novel including murder.

With the murder of Abel, Cain tells God that he cannot live with the crime he has committed (Genesis 4:13). The Hebrew word that we translate as “punishment” actually means “iniquity”, therefore Cain is not telling God that he cannot take the punishment, but that he cannot take the magnitude of the crime he had just committed. Before Cain killed Abel there was no concept for murder, which should lead the reader to realize that Cain had no idea that his actions from anger would result in the death of his brother.

The story of Cain and Abel is based around emotions and thoughts, because God knows that everything a human being does originates from within–from our emotions, and it is the reasons why we do what we do that hold the most importance. Intent is crucial in a life of Faith.

The sentence,”There is no peace for the wicked.” (Isaiah 57:21) is not as simple to interpret as it may seem. Because the most common understanding is the wicked will be punished by God, but its more probable meaning is, “The wicked cannot stop being wicked.” Once again to find the true interpretation one need only to look at life. There we can plainly see that the wicked cannot stop being wicked, just as Satan could not stop being drawn to the magnetic pull in the fascination of earth. All these things and much more are clear if the eyes you look through are clear.

I refer all of you to an ancient little story of the “Scorpion and the Toad.” The story tries to show the pervasiveness of the human nature and how destructive it has been and continues be. There are other interpretations, but since no one knows who wrote the story, where it came from, or when it was made ,though it is centuries old, I feel that the best interpretation is in regards to the destructive character of human nature. Of course, not all humans are destructive, nor is human nature limited to destruction, however its propensity is certainly toward destruction in the majority.

There is a very good reason why King Y’shua Messiah tells all who wish to follow Him that they must be “born again” (John 3:3). Every human being is decadent to one degree or another, without a substantial reason for morality. The most relevant motivation for morality is a belief in an afterlife. That is why the Bible speaks of the need for any human being seeking a higher moral standard must first and foremost, die of ones self. It is the same human nature that was mislead in the Garden eons ago, that must die before any moral change can occur.



Filed under: Faith, History, Messiah


Who is Jesus?

Why should we care?                             Let’s find out!


Hebrews 1:3

“And He is the radiance of His glory and the exact representation of His nature,…” NASB

First of all, the Greek word used here for “radiance” means as if He was a mirror being used to reflect the Awesomeness of God to all of us. Secondly, but of far more significance, is the word “exact”; when using the Greek word for “exact” it means an instrument that stamps the very same image every time it is used. In other words, King Y’shua Messiah is the clone of the nature of God. Not the same, but identical!

With the understanding that while on this earth King Y’shua Messiah demonstrated the exact nature of God in everything He did and said, all we must do then to discover what God desires of us is read the four Gospels. They will show us exactly what King Y’shua Messiah did and said when confronted with every day life experiences. It does not take very long when reading the Gospels before one sees the very nature of King Y’shua Messiah, which is of course the exact nature of God.

Patient, Kind, Caring, Love beyond understanding, and completely devoted to the Will of God, are some of the attributes that one sees in King Y’shua Messiah when reading the four Gospels.

Today, most Christians learn who King Y’shua Messiah is from their pastor/Sunday school teacher, but they do not take the time to find out who He is on their own. The problem this creates is a sort of passing on the likeness of who God is to the pastor/teacher. Because the Lord gives His Blessed Holy Spirit to each of us it would seem that God desires for an intimate personal relationship with each of His followers. Therefore, each one of us must find God personally in order to Know Him intimately. Who God is to our Pastor is nice to know, but will not truly benefit us, as it would to know who God is to us personally.

It is for this reason that we here at Cepher celebrate the holiday season. We hope and pray that you will also find the time this month to quicken your relationship with the Holy All-Mighty, Amen.

Filed under: History, King Y'shua, Lifestyle

Acts of Change

Here at Cepher we believe that the events that were recorded in the Book of Acts were not only true historical events, but that they have been ongoing events since the first century. Unfortunately, we have drifted so far from the true “Way” (Acts 9:2, 19:9 & 23, 22:4, 24:14 & 22) that today we have only a shadow of the True Gospel, and have only a slight idea of what it means to live within that Gospel. Even the bits of Truth that still exist in churches today are emphasized in the wrong order of priority. Some focus on this part of the Gospel, others focus on that; when in Truth all our focus should be in one place–on King Y’shua Messiah.

An example of what it means to completely focus on King Y’shua Messiah– God’s example for us–can be found in the letter to the Philippians chapter two verses one through fifteen. Here we can easily see why there is so little of the power of the Blessed Holy Spirit in the churches today compared to two thousand years ago.

The True disciples of King Y’shua Messiah are those who match exactly the description of God’s followers as written in Philippians chapter two. They seldom, if ever, find notoriety useful, needed or desirable. They understand where the Power comes from and who deserves all the credit. True disciples of God are simply humble and willing bond-servants dedicated completely to God.  They would never accept any material gain for their obedience to God from those who received benefit from that obedience.

It comes down to this;

The Word of God today has gone through some infamous times in the past two-thousand years, but it has withstood the test of time, as made evident by the “Dead Sea Scrolls”. Certainly there has been controversial conjecture on the part of some scholars in regards to the legitimacy certain books in the Bible, and that entire line of thought is irrelevant to Faith. Either one believes that the Bible is the Word of God or one does not. If you believe that the Bible is the Word of God, then you should continue in that Faith with the understanding that as it is the Word of God, God will see to it that His Word will always remain the exact design that God so desires.

Can you imagine a god that can create all of existence, and yet not be able to maintain the publishing rights to His own manuscript? Or a god that leads his followers to believe that he wrote a book that all his followers must read and adhere to, although it was just a joke? Can you imagine a god that would go to all the trouble of dying on a cross for his people just to let them become mislead by a fraudulent publication?

Therefore, believing that the Bible is the Word of God, and that the Bible states that the Blessed Holy Spirit will be our instructor of that Book, it is incumbent on us as the True disciples of King Y’shua Messiah to study, learn and “eat” the Word of God so that the Bible becomes who we are. Through this process we will discover that it is an individual endeavor, and that we should not expect others to follow along after us. The only leader any of us should be following is King Y’shua Messiah, and we certainly should not expect others to follow us.

I had felt for many years that there were other writings that the Apostles read that were not included within the Bible. Once I began this journey with the Blessed Holy Spirit teaching me the Word of God I was lead to other writings that were referenced in the Bible, but not included. These other writings became a great gift to my learning the Word of God, and if the Lord desires that you also should be blessed with these others writings I am certain that the Blessed Holy Spirit will lead you to them personally as it was with me.

True followers of God will not compromise or force their beliefs onto others. True followers will simply follow King Y’shua Messiah in His exact steps one at a time.

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Why Are You?

The question to ask one’s self is not what am I, or who am I, but why am I; why are we alive is the most important question humankind will ever ask. Some would like us to believe that we are here by chance. If that were true there would be no need for all the emotions and characteristics human beings display. If we are here by chance there is no need for anything in life that is not directly interlocked with survival, and certain emotions like love, compassion, empathy and depression are detrimental to survival. How could an animal of evolution designed for the survival of the species contemplate and commit suicide?

If we were “seeded” here by panspermia the question remains where did life originate, how and for what. There is too much of the human being that does not coincide with survival. The way many speak of life one would think that it was its own creative entity, i.e., “life always finds a way.” People are always trying to side-step the issue–life is a created entity.

Why were you born?

The answer to that question should be the number one goal for everyone on earth. Because the first thing one must do to find that answer is discover one’s self. You must know who you really are before you can find your true purpose on this earth, and for that you must look deep into yourself. What do you really like to do? What traits do others need to become your close friend? Most importantly, what traits do you find in others repulsive? Normally, the traits that you find attractive are traits that you would like to have yourself, and those you find repulsive are the very same traits that you yourself possess.

If you truly desire to find your true self and go on to discover why you were born, simply go straight to your Creator. Your Creator has already prepared the most incredible curriculum with excellent text books and the finest Teacher in the universe for you to begin the most spectacular journey anyone could ever hope to experience. The accreditation you will receive once you have discovered why you were born will be beyond your comprehension.

Here at Cepher, we have been on this journey for almost two decades now and what we have discovered has been beyond belief. In all that we have learned the most incredible piece of knowledge is that we have just begun!

One thing is for sure, just like Saint Paul said, the closer we get to God; “We are convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the Love of God, which is in the Messiah Y’shua our Lord.” Romans 8:38-39  NASB

That truth alone is worth every horrible thing we have ever come across, and anything we may encounter in the future. In fact, that truth alone is sufficient for the entire journey, and yet there have been so many truths and so many more truths to come!

Filed under: Challenge, Faith, History

God and Science?

“The more the fruits of knowledge become accessible to men, the more widespread is the decline of religious belief.” –Sigmund Freud

Never has one man been so blatantly wrong and still looked upon as a god like Sigmund Freud. Statistics show that spirituality is growing right along side of education world-wide! The more people learn about science the more people understand that one needs just as much faith for science as is needed in spirituality.

“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” –Albert Einstein

One is not more important than the other, each are needed to understand the other. God did not create stupid people, we are just lazy. Maybe, that is why each of us use less than 15% of our brains. I f we would allow the Truth to set us free we would begin to see the world as our Lord Created it. There should be no division between science and God. After all, if it exists within the universe it was created by God, therefore any law of science is there by the Creator’s Hand.

For the Agnostics who find it difficult to believe in an omnipresent being they should consider the weight of objects in space that our of the size of a regular marble weighing some hundred-thousand tons. Other than the calculation itself there is nothing on earth or in space that we can see to help us comprehend a marble with the mass of hundreds of thousands of tons. There is only one thing that would allow one to accept that calculation as factual, and that is faith; faith in the math. Because as of yet no one has seen such an object; and black-holes(?) we won’t even go there!

And for the Six-day Creationist maybe you should think about time versus God. There is no time with God (2Peter 3:8 & Psalms 90:4), therefore if He took six days or six-hundred million years it should not be as big of a factor as many make it. The Bible states that on day four God created the moon and the sun which should indicate that a measurement of time for the first two so-called days would be difficult at best (Genesis 1:13-19).

The point is; belief is crucial to everything in a conscious life, and we here at Cepher prefer to believe in what we know is real, and beneficial to all humankind. The more we get to know our Creator the more plausible it is that He created life with an evolutionary process, to what extent no one really knows, nor is it as important as living a compassionate life.

Here at Cepher we consider ourselves somewhat monkey-like compared to God anyway.

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