Have some chewing gum

* Some have deemed Albert Einstein worthy of intellect apart from the Divine, while citing Paul as a mental midget. Ha, to this I say: The God of Paul the apostle is the Creator of Einstein’s brain, while the writings of Paul are proof of the Divine. —

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*Without God in the mix, we are but shallow thinkers, left alone to swim in the sea of stupidity, ignoring the waves of reason which crash before us.–

*And God created great whales. They are great in every regard; of course they are, the greatest of playgrounds needed the greatest of guests.  —




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22 Responses to Have some chewing gum

  1. atimetoshare.me says:

    I went to the eye doctor yesterday to be tested for glaucoma and as the doctor was explaining all the thousands of transmitters in the optic nerve, it just amazes me that people don’t realize it took someone with magnificent power and insight to create something like that. And that’s just one lousy little nerve!

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  2. ColorStorm says:

    Of course your ‘lousy little nerve’ is the point of view of someone who says life is happenstance, with no design……..yeah right, uh huh sure. If man his way, he would have wanted a body with six tongues and no ears! Sheesh, the arrogance of godlessness.

    Tkx K for the two cents, which coming from He who owns all currency………is rather valuable.


  3. LOL! Deep subjects indeed, Colorstorm. When you get out in the middle of the ocean and can stare down into the depths it’s amazing how small it makes you feel. Than you can look up at the stars and it’s even more infinite. Just contemplating how vast the world around us is should give a reasonable person some idea that there is a lot more going on then meets the eye, that our little human brains are hardly the beginning and end of the story. Of course, I imagine if you’re roaming around in the desert murmuring to yourself, hearing a tale about whales would probably seem far fetched.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Kinda reminds you: what is man that thou art mindful of him?

      Yeah…….what IS man? Fortunately, there are answers where deep answers. God is infinitely wiser by allowing us to feel small before Him, yet in Him how large is this smallness…….

      But try telling a kid of four with wide open eyes, that whales roamed the earth and played hopskotch. Sheesh. I don’t want the job. 😉 (Careful that ye offend not one of these little ones………..) Quite an offense there I should say.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        You should see their little eyes widen in wonder as I sketch how the early whale’s legs eventually evolved into fins – the fins still contain the five bones of the feet, as do also the wings of a bat. Evolution truly is a marvelous mechanism!

        BTW – you should learn to spell ‘hopscotch’ —


        • ColorStorm says:

          Don’t confuse their so called ‘wonder’ with their probable embarrassment that a grown adult actually believes that a ‘whale’ grew from a prairie dog……..

          If they were old enough, they just may hurl a few superlatives via the tongue to put you in your place.

          I feel sorry for the little tykes to be subjected to such godlessness. Fortunately, they instinctively know there is a God above all, as do you.

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        • Citizen Tom says:


          My children (now grown) thought the idea of being the descendant of an ape repulsive. I suppose they just imitated their mother who imitated her parents.

          As a student of science, I accepted the Theory of Evolution. Eventually, I realized the advocates lack any real proof. Then I saw how politics had corrupted the debate over Global Warming, and I begin to realize the same was true of the debate over the Theory of Evolution. I have no idea what makes politicians, judges, and the news media experts in such things, but men do go where angels fear to tread.

          We really don’t know very much. It suits our huge egos to believe otherwise, but our society actually works better when we give our leaders less control. That’s counter-intuitive, but easily demonstrated. (=> http://citizentom.com/2016/04/03/part-5-for-both-how-a-poor-widow-answered-her-calling-and-government-given-rights-versus-god-given-rights/)

          Could the Theory of Evolution be true? Don’t know. We cannot prove by digging holes in the ground how old the Bible is or how long camels have been in the Middle East, and we are only talking about thousands of years. We are suppose to know what happened millions or billions of years ago? We have fascinating clues, but proof? Not really. Yet in our ignorance and conceit we state as factual things we have no way of knowing with certainty.


      • ColorStorm says:

        Ha, but you are only getting one comment out of me here, so I’ll make it a good one.

        Your ‘whale’ friend who roamed the earth……..what was he called while he ate dirt? A ‘hale,’ a ‘wha,’ an ‘ale,’ a ‘walru….’ oops, that’s stepping on another’s toes. Speaking of which, did he/she/it become a whale when he put his big toe into the water? When he grew fins? When he learned to swim? Oh man, you are getting deeper and deeper into quicksand.

        Once more, you are weighed in the court of logic, reason, and common sense, and have come up empty. God created great whales. It is settled. It has been finished, and your tales from the crypt are embarrassing to any sane mind.


        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          …perhaps another read of the quotes may be in order: …..HE CREATED GREAT WHALES…………

          But that’s what I’m disputing, the validity of that quotation, it’s disingenuous – unless, of course you’re willing to concede that it took him 50 million years of evolution to do it.

          and btw, posting a thousand of your so called intellectual pics and comments of claptrap do not give your claims of a world without a Creator one iota of credibility.

          Are you aware that by far the majority of educated people the world over accept evolution as fact, as opposed to the tiny, narrow world of belief that you live in?


        • ColorStorm says:

          In the spirit of that infamous Jim Mora: ‘Educated? Educated? EDUcated?’ ARE YOU KIDDING ME? EDUCATED?’

          When one, just one, just one of your intellectual heros can go into the lab and create an acorn using nothing……..no hands,no equipment, no seed, no nothing……..Yeah didn’t think so, the idea being men need to have their mouths stopped in what they consider ‘learning.’

          EDUCATED? You mean how they cleverly dismiss the Origin of all life………..as in HE MADE GREAT WHALES…….

          The mind of the ‘intellectual’ is entirely too small, narrow, and suffers from myopia.

          Can I repeat, God has never lost an argument with ants. In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Settled. No other comment necessary.


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  5. Tricia says:

    As always, God is most certainly in the details ColorStorm. Short but sweet and powerful post.

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      “I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it.”
      — Albert Einstein —

      CS SEZ: Maybe you missed this, but IN THIS POST the God of Paul the apostle is the Creator of Einstein’s brain. Einstein in all his glory could never have fashioned the truth that ‘by Him do all things consist, whether they be visible or invisible……………..’ And He could never have dreamed up the idea that: Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal……or………..

      And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing.

      Your admiration of intellect apart from the Creator is sadly amusing. Einstein is dead, and God still upholds all orbits and circuits by His very word.

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      • Tricia says:

        While Einstein didn’t believe in a personal God, he didn’t side with Atheists either.

        “I prefer an attitude of humility corresponding to the weakness of our intellectual understanding of nature and of our own being.”

        A little humility in thinking of our own nature. What a concept!

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Yay trish here comes the cavalry. You! lol

          Arch is cutting and pasting like crazy some of his fav’s, heck there are many sitting on ice but I am rejecting the urge to carry on an eternal discussion of sleight of hand or irrelevance. Gets weary ya know.

          Don’t you have coffee and warm donuts at your place? ha ha.

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        • Tricia says:

          I do know CS, boy do I ever! Out of coffee over here and I agree, time to cut the eternal conversation short. 😉


    • ColorStorm says:

      Yep, as juicy fruit never goes out of style, so too is God’s word always sweet, eh T. lol

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