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1   Rick Frueh    http://judahslion.blogspot.com/
March 26th, 2010 at 10:34 am

A though comes which is an electronic impulse that activates different parts of the brain simultaneously, organizes and aligns that information, and processes it for communication. At the speed of light, this thought decides which facial, throat, and lip muscles will be required; it decides how much lung force must be generated; where the eyes will be looking; if any hand gestures or other body language will accompany the vocal communication; and many other things that will complete the coming communication.

At the speed of light, all those ingredients will now be communicated to the appropriate muscles and simultaneously the vocal event begins. As the words are spoken the brain is already preparing to process the response and perhaps prepare an additional and follow up communication based upon the perceived understanding of its initial communication or a vocal communication directed at it.

The question is this: Where did the directive for the initial thought come from, and how many sophisticated evolutionary expansions had to occur during the journey from the amoeba to Einstein?

Answer: The entire universe was one colossal roll of the dice that just happened to come up a lucky 7!! What a roll! How much more complicted would the universe be had there actually been a Creator?

It boggles the mind! :cool:

2   Christian P    http://www.churchvoices.com
March 26th, 2010 at 3:34 pm

To our past discussions on atonement, please read this post by Academic Dean of Cincinnati Christian University and N.T. Scholar Jon Weatherly. (I will assume the mis-reference in the linked post to Brian as “Bruce” was done out of sheer frustration.)