An ancient act of forgiveness

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Many great stories have been told and written
which describe people of good moral character.

Some in the face of temptation
and others in the face of anger and death
are tested from the point of heartbreak  to the point of extinction.

If we as believers are called to be forgiving,
surely our actions will appear as defiant to some
because many of today’s “authoritarians”
do not understand the concept of forgiveness.

Can an argument over an interpretation be good cause to end a relationship?

Continue reading

In the beginning the Universe was liquid

by Lawrence J. J. Leonard

Science proves primary concepts in Holy Scriptures: According to CERN, the Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) using the ALICE detector has confirmed quark-gluon plasma is an ultra-low viscosity liquid. This after colliding lead ions at close to the speed of light, physicists say the Universe is a perfect fluid.

Continue reading