Monthly Archives: August 2010

Clouds and the Moon: a Picture of the Water Cycle

Even outside a biblical world-view, it is statistically impossible to conjure up a set of processes and circumstances by chance that would yield the magnificence of a water-covered planet with a ribbon of atmosphere that is characterized by the life-giving … Continue reading

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The Wonder of a Lunar Crater: Clavius

Are you beaten to death with media and feel like your phone has become an appendage that seems to get more attention than your closest friends? Take some time to observe something beautiful and appreciate the Creator of it all. … Continue reading

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The Moon on a Sultry Summer Night

There is something mesmerizing about watching a moon in hot months when there is no wind but there is lots of haze and humidity. When  I watch a setting crescent moon under those conditions near the Blue Ridge Mountains, it … Continue reading

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The Wonders of the Heavens — Two examples

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