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“Jews demand signs and Greeks look for wisdom.” -1 Corinthians 1:22

Christ, our savior, is so sublime He cant be put into any category except “Lord,” which only He can occupy. Christ was different, but greater, than the worldly king the Jews were expecting. They were expecting an earthly king, who blessed by God would raise Israel’s status to a world power. Yet, the Son of God was a king of another sort. Not a political one, but a heavenly one, who came to not just the Jews, but all mankind. Concerning what some expected, He was something far greater and some even to this day refuse to recognize it. They demanded the miraculous, in the Old Testament and New, but no number of miracles or fulfilled prophecies could convince or appease those who drove Christ to the cross. He was scorned, mocked, tortured and put to death, only to rise three-days later, alive and the King of Kings. Yet, for some that’s not enough, He is still mocked and spit on. People still demand from Him, the miraculous is done even to this day, but still today, as it was then, it’s not enough. You would think the mere conception of a figure like Christ would at least win some sort of respect. People will respect a sports figure or celebrity to the ends of the earth, but a man who was nailed to a cross for love of even those who scored Him to his face, is still receiving the same treatment to this day.

"Christ in The Wilderness," by Ivan Kramskoy. oil on canvas, c. 1872

Yet, there is another school, the school of thought and reason, which strives to know what it can’t. Though by it’s own rules say it needs to be witnessed to be proven, those supposed wise men contradict themselves by believing in something with no empirical evidence, and that is nothing but hydrogen. Belief, or faith, in that is alright, but belief and faith in God is not. God is a foolish idea, the eternal cloud of hydrogen is smart. Yet, fact is, it exists far in the past and cannot be proven. Science, where is your undeniable proof? You are made up of curious generalities but the specifics are lacking. All the breakthroughs you have made in medicine and technology, where is your breakthrough in the questions concerning the foundation of existence itself? All your “breakthroughs” concerning such deteriorate to being hoaxes, misidentifications, or just plain hypothetical. You have a theory for how the form of man developed, but what about the lung? The eye? The internal ear? The very things that make the form work? How did they even come to union in one form, man, and not others?


Where is your answer for the existence of things like math? How do laws exist without someone to write them? Evolution itself is a law, where did that come from? How does order exist without an orderer?


We see that both religious zealots and the wise can be blinded from the truth. How Christ put, and will put, them all to shame! These foundations of religion and science will crumble when Christ’s truth is revealed to all in its due time. It extends beyond the boundaries of science and reason, and those that call out for “proof.” It’s a truth which will not be extinguished and a truth that will never die.


“For although they knew God, they neither glorified has as God not gave thanks to Him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened.” -Romans 1:21


The verse here is important because it shows us that the denial of God is a quest that a man or woman themselves embark on. By Paul’s language it seems that all man know God at some point, it either being a priori, without experience, or a posteriori, derived from experience. Yet, as the verse mentions just knowing God conceptually isn’t enough. One needs a relationship with the Lord in which he worships him in word and deed, the credit transcending the self, and thanking the Lord for the blessing bestowed upon them.

Yet, these actions are seen as foolish by many, which represents the hardening and darkening of their hearts concerning the mere conception of God, especially the Judeo-Christian God. The worship of science and man promises not to add any fulfillment to life, and although man can do amazing things with the mind, he cannot produce fulfillment, nor even answer the questions of the universe, but only observe God’s creation. This is a lot of what science is, observation and theory, and while having its place, worshipping the creation without the creator in mind produces no fruit, and depending on the intensity of that worship can lead to stagnancy and a pursuit of our most carnal desires and needs.

"Nebuchadnezzar," by William Blake. copper-plate, c. 1795

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