The Complexity of the Creator

The wonder of the heavens crosses different magnitudes: from macro-stellar scales to subatomic scales. So the depth, breadth, all-seeing, all-knowing attributes of our Lord are inescapable, unless one does not consider that he did any of it. But the scriptures are clear and quote his views: the heavens are truly … Continue reading

A Parable with More Southern Skies Observing

The Observing Night. My wife and I had observed for a couple hours on September 10; we had sketched a couple NGC objects in the southern skies. (The story and sketches are on www.christworksministries.org on the Inspiration Page, top left story for the next few days.) Although my wife was weary and … Continue reading

The Rising Spear in the Rising Sun

A friend commented to me that our friends in Uganda must enjoy the sky, because it is so dark (sky conditions are excellent). But that is not the case! We learn about anything because we observe and think about it. If no one has taught us to observe, we seldom … Continue reading

The Local Neighborhood: the Delight of Watching Jupiter

The wonder of the heavens for many observers falls into distance categories: the local solar system neighborhood, the galactic neighborhood, and outside the galaxy. For this time of year in 2010 the largest planet and brightest object outside earth’s orbit begins to rise in the east: the planet Jupiter. The … Continue reading

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 water cycle. This particular sketch is an observation with a … Continue reading