I will be using this Serialization Blog to post articles as episodes in a series. You will be able to find the full articles on the Articles page of this website. I’ll also be throwing in some stand-alone posts as well. These Principles of Creation posts are based on my original ideas and the hope I have to renew the whole approach today to Christian Creationism and science.
IF GOD CREATED THE UNIVERSE, DID IT GO BANG? In a nutshell, in the Theory of Nanocreation and Entropic Evolution it is proposed that God created at the microscopic nanoscale, while all the macrostructures of the universe evolved by natural processes. God is the Creator of matter, and this matter forms the universe. And yes, it did … Continue reading Paperback: The Steps of Creation Part II Cosmos
YES, YOU CAN BELIEVE IN CREATION AND EVOLUTION Science today is dominated by the Philosophy of Naturalism which excludes God from its definition of reality. It is shown in The Steps of Creation how the facts discovered by modern science may be incorporated into a new theory: The Theory of Nanocreation and Entropic Evolution. This is unashamedly … Continue reading Paperback: The Steps of Creation Part I Life
The images used for this series of posts on Incarnation and Jesus’ DNA – all belong to the genus Alstroemeria of the Lily family of plants. The other names are Peruvian lilies or Lily of the Incas. In Spanish they are called ‘lirios’. The lilies I found and photographed were growing in the Atacama Desert … Continue reading Alstroemeria
Isaiah 35:1-2The desert and the parched land will be glad; the wilderness will rejoice and blossom.Like the crocus, it will burst into bloom; it will rejoice greatly and shout for joy.The glory of Lebanon will be given to it, the splendour of Carmel and Sharon; they will see the glory of the Lord, the splendour … Continue reading The wilderness will rejoice
The Incarnation is the sign that God created at least one gene on at least one specific occasion. This sign that took place at the overshadowing of Mary by the Holy Spirit shows how God could create life through the creation of the genetic code of life, the creation of genes. God created life that … Continue reading #20 Incarnation: Sign that God Created DNA
There are various very important conclusions to draw from this. The first great conclusion is that God can and did create at least one gene at one point in time. Secondly, the significance of the Virgin Mary: She actually supplied the DNA of the human body of God Incarnate. If Mary alone provided the genome … Continue reading #19 The Specialness of Mary
It is my belief that Mary’s DNA became Jesus’ DNA. Something like a clone produced by genetic engineers. However, if this alone were the case, the Messiah would have been female. A male human or any mammal has a Y chromosome. The mother cannot supply this chromosome since she only has X chromosomes; only the … Continue reading #18 The Y Chromosome and a Male Messiah
Human beings have 22 sets of paired chromosomes plus two sex chromosomes which in the female are XX and in the male are XY. Mary would certainly have supplied the maternal set of chromosomes, but what of the paternal set in the absence of a biological father? It is not possible for a human being … Continue reading #17 Jesus’ DNA came from Mary
I believe that God created life through what I call Nanocreation. This is the idea that God created life by creating the genetic code made of DNA. It is creation at the microscopic nanoscale at the level of cells. The creation of new genes would be a rare and specific event at the turning points … Continue reading #16 God Created at Least One Gene
The creation of life through the creation of genes made of DNA was: Perfect – this means that the information encoding the living being was complete and whole Each act of creation was specific and instantaneous Creation was a rare occurrence and happened only at the major branching points in the tree of life Creation … Continue reading #15 Summary
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