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Left over from the act of Creation? From the collection, here is a thin-slice microscopic slide of the Allende CV3 Carbonaceous Chondrit...
This original 1968 news photo -- from the Wonders of the Bible Collection -- shows CBS news anchor Walter Cronkite holding a microform t...
JESUS and the RESURRECTION; St. Matthew 28:9; circa 1950's. This is a 3-Dimensional picture called a "Lentograph". The ori...
Saturday, February 17, 2018
Christian laser communications center, moon base, year 2320: Taking the gospel of Jesus Christ to the stars and beyond (illustration part of the Wonders of the Bible collection).
I often speak of the future (Lord willing) of Christianity, and how science and technology will be used for evangelism. Most likely our first experiences will be with orbital habitats, rather than habitats on the surface of another heavenly body (such as the moon or mars). Of course, we already have the International Space Station, where humans have "lived" away from Earth for many months at a time. One could envision the same with the moon and mars: orbital habitats for long-term living, with visits made to the surface being more short-term.
If and when this movement into space takes place, there still will be a responsibility for bringing souls to Christ. I have already demonstrated how this could / will be done via free-space laser communication technologies. Even over vast distances in space ... such as between localized orbital stations between Earth / Moon and Mars.
Jesus Christ will be returning as promised. Until that glorious moment arrives, we must plan for the future of Christian communications -- whether Earth based, or space based.
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
For any collector, it would be a blessing to acquire either one of these very rare title pages. To add both to the Wonders of the Bible collection is just beyond anything I could have ever imagined. God Bless You Today -- And Every Day!
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
We now have a brand-new Wonders of the Bible web site. Today's post features a 1960's 3D lenticular of a sculpture diorama by Christian artist Paul Cunningham. It is titled "Take Heed That No Man Deceive You" taking from Matthew chapter 24. Part of the Wonders of the Bible collection. God Bless You ... Today and Every Day!