About

The purpose of this weblog is to provide a forum for some of the thought-provoking concepts of God and Christianity according to science, historical texts and ancient records. Readers are invited to participate, regardless of their belief (or unbelief) in God, to respectfully challenge or support the ideas presented.

Some of the postings will include topics on creation, evolution, the Great Flood, mythology, dinosaurs, angels, ghosts, the Messiah, astronomy, etc. Postings will either be contributions from the author or his colleagues. The hope is that the topics will be intellectually stimulating, provoke new ideas for consideration and produce a higher appreciation for the authority of Almighty God.

The author is a professional engineer, who is a born again Christian, believes in the veracity of the holy scriptures and is considered non-denominational in his faith.

Author: Taylor Hillier

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5 Responses to About

  1. This is a wonderful blog! I honestly can’t wait to read what else you have to say on all of the topics you mentioned!

  2. Awesome blog! What inspired you to write this stuff?

  3. Well written! This is obviously a passionate topic for you, scientifically based and thought out. Keep up the good work.

  4. Just wondering what your thoughts are on being non denominational?
    If one believes in the wholeness of scripture then that is a denominational stand as some denominations believe the scriptures are to be read more as metaphorical.
    Neat blog by the way! Looking forward to reading more.

  5. Thanks for the comments everyone. The original idea for this site came from a friend’s suggestion, with the hope of having believers and non-believers participate in topics of the bible that are not commonly discussed in church.

    I consider myself non-demoninational in that I am committed to a local church, but not necessarily its denomination. There are some beliefs within the denomination that I do share, while there are others with which I disagree. However, I fully believe in and support the church with its passion on local and global missions, which is fundamental to Christianity. In my opinion, one should not base his/her beliefs starting with the denomination’s creed, but rather study the bible him/herself and test that the denomination’s beliefs are aligned with the Word of God.

    Taylor

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