BILL’S BLOG ENTRY #44

From “Discipleship and Discipline” by William H. Hicks, copyright March, 2005:

“Scientists admit that their theories become total speculation when they attempt to describe what “was” the moment just before the universe came into being.
However, their current theories suggest the universe began as/with an explosion.  Not an explosion as we may think, where something expands from a center into the space around it.  In this theory, space itself and everything we can see in it exploded into being, ostensibly from nothingness.  In simplistic terms, at one point the universe was not, then it and time began.  It is that moment of initiation of the universe that scientists think they can describe theoretically with some degree of clarity and certainty.  This scientific theory sounds very much like Genesis 1:  3, wherein it is recorded, “Then God said, ‘Let there be light’, and there was light.” Thus, science seems to be converging on or moving towards a rapprochement with the truth as it is recorded in the Bible.””

About THE DISCIPLE

William H. “Bill” Hicks is a graduate of Wesleyan University, BA, Religion, 1971 who also holds a Masters in Public Health Degree (MPH) from the University of Oklahoma Hudson College of Public Health (1973). Bill also has studied at the Dallas Theological Seminary. He grew up in Harlem, New York City, USA during the 1950s and 1960s, graduating from high school before attending Mount Hermon Preparatory School and undergraduate school in Connecticut. He has spent most of his professional life in the public health arena, while being constantly in ministry. He received his license to preach the Gospel at Oklahoma City, OK in 1971. He has written extensively on Christian topics. He enjoys life in Chattanooga, TN with former District Public Defender Ardena Garth Hicks, his wife of 30 years. They have two daughters, Rachel (BA, University of Memphis magna cum laude, 2014) and Sarah (Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, Global Scholar, University of Tulsa, 2017).
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