Searching for information on the new book, I was asked, “Who was the first man on earth?” Interesting because I knew it wasn’t Adam, and the second person wasn’t Eve. The human form was named in chapter one, and told to multiply and inhabit the earth. Adam was formed much later to perform a task for which God needed someone to do. How many years passed before God saw the need for Eve in Adam’s presence? How many before Satan convinced Eve that death wouldn’t follow her consumption from the tree of Knowledge? Questions to consider and ignored by pastors in their teaching from the scriptures. Questions present for hundreds, thousands of years and the real question, does God wish us to know from the knowledge we now have and wasn’t present in the beginning of time?
Some ask what I am working on as the latest book. Perhaps you would be interested in the “preface” as now presented for consideration of the book content. “In the Beginning was God, or was God a part of the Beginning.”
Preface: Within the vastness of our galaxy, the universes of time, even to the small extent of what we can detect with today’s technology, we find that possibilities are endless. To grasp what today represents, one needs to contemplate what time is, and what we refer to by the term “eternity”. If we are to use the word eternity in the sense that all universes known today, added to that which are yet to be determined, are a part of the present and a portion of the future, then what assumptions should we generate toward our God? Should we recognize that God resides within our galaxy, or within the scope of all that has been and is yet to come?
It is very difficult to determine the purpose of our creation, or the independence given by God to the human configuration that is above… Continue reading