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Quantum Mechanics for Beginners; an Introduction
Quantum Mechanics studies the peculiar world of the "ones"; those things in nature that can not be divided. Since God is a One, and the Body of Christ as well, it shouldn't be surprising that the Bible discusses the "ones" at length, and this a few millennia before the emergence of Quantum Mechanics in the scientific arena. To appreciate this unexpected dimension of the Bible, Abarim Publication 's fun-filled crash course in Quantum Mechanics should be mandatory at every seminary.• Quantum Mechanics for Beginners; an Introduction
• Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle
• The Atom
• Quantum Foam
• The Standard Model
• Does the Universe expand?
Chaos Theory for Beginners; an Introduction
Chaos Theory looks at patterns and their reoccurrence in nature. Since Moses built the tabernacle - which would turn into the temple, and later still in the Body of Christ - after patterns he saw in heaven, Chaos Theory is a must for every serious student of the Bible.• Chaos Theory for Beginners; an Introduction
• Jessica Rabbit Explains
• There's Something About The Number Sequence
• Ulam's Rose? Get A Grip!
• The Fourier Way
• The Incompleteness Theorem of Kurt Gödel
• Jeremiah's Most Deceitful Thing
• The Mandelbrot Set
• The Household Set
• Agape and Gravity Live Together in Perfect Harmony
Scripture Theory for Beginners; an Introduction
What Chaos Theory does with nature, Scripture Theory does with Scriptures: the identification of reoccurring patterns and their meanings. Especially interesting are those Biblical patterns that are identical to those found in high-energy physics.• Scripture Theory for Beginners; an Introduction
• To Be Is To Do
• Four Horses
• The Standard Model
• Genesis 1
• The yom problem
• Genesis 1 survey
• The Chaotic Set
• A week of weeks
Read our often daring articles on certain challenging Bible verses, including in depth surveys of Hebrew and Greek roots.• Bible Commentary - Index
• Genesis 1:1; In The Beginning
• Genesis 2:7; The Making of Man
• Genesis 4:17; Where did Mrs. Cain come from?
• Exodus 20:3, Deut 5:7, Ps 82:1,6; On Other Gods
• Deuteronomy 23; The Old Testamentary Latrine
• 1 Kings 7:23; The Number Pi in the Bible
• 2 Kings 2:4; "Go up, baldhead!"
• Psalm 8:5; A Little Lower than God?
• Psalm 42:7; Deep Cries Out To Deep
• John 3:16; Monogenes
• Romans 7; The Skinny on Sin
• 1 Corinthians 11:14-15, Hair in the Bible
• 2 Timothy 3:16; All Scripture is God-breathed?
• Revelation 6:8; A Green Horse
The Biblical Name Vault
Check out the menu to the left and explore our vast collection of articles on the etymology and meaning of Biblical names, or read:• All about Biblical names