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Doubling

Take a piece of paper. It’s about 0.1 millimeters (a thousandth of a meter) thick. Fold it in half. It’s now 0.2 mm thick. Still not very impressive. But keep folding and you’ll notice it starts getting thick pretty fast. Suppose you could keep folding without limit (in reality it’s tough to fold a paper […]

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Forest

Have you ever been hiking through a forest? I love it. Recently I was hiking through a forest of redwood trees. I had to keep stopping and studying the individual trees. They’re simply awesome. The Bible actually records that God made trees to be “pleasing to the eye” (Gen. 2:9). They were made for us […]

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What Christ Wrote in the Sand

Editor’s Note: The following post is from Constantine Kulakov. He is a student at Washington Adventist University. We are pleased to welcome him as a contributor to the Cross Connection website. There is only one instance that records Jesus as writing. It is the story of the woman caught in adultery. With an onslaught of […]

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John and His Prologue

by Oleg Kostyuk Let us look at the introduction of John’s Gospel today. “In the beginning was the Word” (John 1:1a). The very first verse of the Gospel takes us to a world which was not even created yet and reveals the Word. John does not say clearly that the Word is Jesus but we […]

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