In this world, there are so many forces compelling us NOT to believe, but if we open our ‘spiritual eyes’, we will see that we are surrounded by an infinity of miracles:
- When we go to the micro world, we never reach the end of wonders.
- There is also no end to the macro universe; the stars and galaxies.
- In this world alone, for example in our own bodies, we are surrounded by an infinity of miracles.
- Scientists say that time began 13,000 billion years ago and the Bible promises that time will never end.
While we are surrounded by infinity, mankind’s attention is focused on the superficial aspects of the world around us. My faith is based on this infinity of miracles but I accept the Bible as God’s message to His creation.
This website does not reflect the views of any specific denomination or church. I do not have any formal theological qualifications and I do not attend any church. One reason is that I find social contact a bit stressful. But I have always had a love and deep respect for the Bible and, being an analytical person, I like to do these in-depth studies. But I also tend to be very independent, and some of my conclusions infuriate some people. This year (2023) I will turn 71.
But should a person without theological training attempt to teach others about the Bible? Although I have no formal Bible training, I have been studying the Bible for many decades and continue every day. I listen to mp3s sermons and discussions whenever I can. I download material from the internet and try to read and organize the thoughts carefully.
Perhaps the fact that I have no formal theological training is my greatest asset. After many years of listening to many views, I have come to the conclusion that very few people study their Bibles to form their own opinions. In my view, the vast majority of Christians are indoctrinated from childhood into a particular view of the Bible.
True education teaches people HOW to think for themselves, but the enemy has successfully converted our institutions of higher learning into places of indoctrination, teaching people WHAT to think.
I was born in 1952, qualified as an accountant, and worked as a financial manager in government in Cape Town, South Africa. I have a severely autistic daughter and a very gifted daughter that produced two delightful granddaughters; Anja and Mia.
My work method is to select a subject, then download a selection of good material and mp3s from the internet from all schools of thought. I would listen to a speaker over and over until I feel I know where he or she departs from the truth. But, as already mentioned, I also spend much time on the Bible text itself. I spend much time trying to make my conclusions as easy as possible to understand, given my limited English vocabulary. It feels as if I sometimes rewrite articles 50 times before they are ready. But I enjoy what I do.
Thanks for visiting my site. I sincerely hope it helped. If you want, you may contact me at . May the Spirit of God lead you into all truth.