Astronomy – Part One

Busy doing Astronomy in my Theology degree with Christian Leaders Institute. The Host of my class is Andrew Vanden Heuvel. Absolutely amazing how God has given man the ability to have a mathematical brain and be able to see and understand some of the mathematical patterns in the universe and also on our own earth. I will keep this site updated as I progress. But for now, one thing I do know is that nature and the visible realm of our world and cosmos is declaring the mighty works and presence of God Almighty. Romans 1:20 says that “…For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” No one can really deny God on any level just by the mere fact that creation has a designer and that designer is God – A God who wants to be personally involved in the lives of His creation, only if they would let Him. Is it not truly amazing that in the scheme of things we are really insignificant especially within the grandeur and majesty of the heavens, but yet God wants to relate to us and to know us so that we would know Him.

Shane Bryant (OMIN CLC, CLDIP, ADIV)

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