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Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • Sounds like an interesting group but it is way, and I mean waaaaaaaaayyy beyond me. Does it really matter whether you believe it is a literal 6 days and the earth is 6000 years old or that it could be 6 days=6000 years or =6000 months or…you get my point. Why do we wrangle over some things that we may never know the answer to? It is important to me to believe that God created it all.

    Looking forward to reading more about this group. Oh, I hate math. 🙂

    • Does it really matter… – well, when you have friends who are into studying all kinds of theories and who don’t [yet] believe God created this world (and that God exists at all), you have to know your stuff in order to tell them about it. I can’t simply tell them “Well, God created it all” (even though that’s what I believe) when they know I have no idea about any other theory.

      I am the same way with stuff, so it’s logical for me. If I know that for example, someone didn’t read a book s/he is telling me is a bad one – I won’t believe her / him.

      Besides, it’s fascinating to learn how astounding is the creativity of our God. I knew that before, but when you get on subatomic level, WHOA!!! He’s awesome.

      Also, we don’t really wrangle about these things because the group’s goal is to study sciences and see whether our friends will see God’s hand in all that. But it’s not a Bible study group or an evangelization tool (yet).

  • Mary

    It does sound like an interesting group. I once heard an audio about 2 +2 = 5. It’s starting point as I recall was a character in Dostoevsky’s “Notes from the Underground” who asserted this.

    • Mary

      Note to the editor: “It’s” should read “Its”. Autocorrect drives me mad. I must find out how to turn it off.

      • iPad? 😀 From the stories I’ve heard, this is not the worst autocorrect 😀

        • Mary

          Yes, iPad!

    • Hm, haven’t read that one yet. Is it good? The only thing by Dostoyevsky that I’ve read is Brothers Karamazov.

      Thanks for stopping by, Mary! 🙂

      • Mary

        Like a lot of Dostoevsky it is not a “happy” read. I probably should go back and reread it just to see about the 2+2=5 thing.

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