I would have assumed you were referring to our lives some 40 or 50 years in the Loose on the Scaffold poster t-shirt Besides future. But quarantine has a way of bending space and time, and somewhere between weeks two and three of nonstop Netflix consumption, we figured we might as well attempt to re-engage our brains—if only to see whether they were still working properly. After weeks with no company other than our own, we decided we were ready to grow our family. Nevertheless, revealed things do not become acceptable to anyone by knowing reverse-engineered rules or laws, instead, they are accepted because they are revealed by the authority (God Himself) in a designated manner (His word). So how far should we blindly apply “scientific” results to revealed matters (i.e., the Bible)? To what extent should we blindly insist that a God-revealed matter is true or false based on whether or not it can be corroborated with something man-observed though not part of the God-revealed information? I.e., does something God-revealed become acceptably true when an archaeologist found a 3000 yr-old buried manuscript that seems to corroborate it, but not until? The point is, while scientists can calculate how to send a spacecraft to the moon without knowing what God revealed about extra-physical universe matters or history, he can at the same time know that when God has written something, it is not “blind faith”, it has to be true on its own regardless what scientists say or what non-science historians, archaeologists, philosophers, ancient language experts or a majority of any other subject-matter “experts”, or anyone else, says. Religious proof can perhaps be supported and encouraged by other types of evidence, but the real thing is given directly by God; not by artifacts, other people nor even by written scripture. As Jesus told Peter: “Flesh and blood hath not revealed it to thee, but my Father who is in Heaven.” He admonished his disciples to “search the scriptures” because they contain the words of eternal life; but only to those who have the Spirit of God. In fact, it is the gift of the Holy Ghost that will “lead you into all truth.” Such an experience with God is profoundly personal. While it is impossible to share such an experience in its fullness with others unless the Spirit of God is also in them, that does not make it “blind faith” at all. Nor does it mean such divine knowledge gives the recipient “all” knowledge; at least not yet.Our online ordering abilities quickly proved to be disappointingly hit-or-miss. Indie shops like Peoples Wine and Brooklyn’s Leon & Son take the guesswork out of wine delivery with curated subscription offerings handpicked for the enthusiastic (and in my case, somewhat clueless) wine drinker. Princess Beatrice, daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, is married. Buckingham Palace confirmed today that she wed her property developer fiancé.
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