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Child Science

Rather than recognize a divine almighty powerful creator, the scholars studying and teaching the behavior of the universe adopted and followed a theory that the universe and everything in it is self-perpetuating, negating the need for a source of energy. While instilling a very anti creation mind-set, those beliefs have set the community of physicists off chasing hypotheses, trying to prove the flawed, archaic conservation of energy theory. After a lifelong career in engineering, frustrated with illogical theories and meaningless explanations of physics, the author has set out to challenge physicists to open their eyes and minds to the fundamental principles that are being hidden by an anticreation mind-set and by so doing open the door to understanding scientific and religious mysteries right here on earth.
Published by Xlibris Corporation on 12/05/2013

Daniel Eleven Mysteries

Some prophecies, like Daniel 2, for the most part, have been well understood by God’s people for hundreds of years. Daniel 11 is different. Though the symbols are thrown off in that prophecy, and the angel prophesies in plain language, the prophecy has been more difficult because so many applications have presented themselves to scholars, and it has not been clear which application is correct. That is particularly true of the last verses of Daniel 11. The author has solved that problem by making all of the applications correct one after another in a sequence. He finds there are more applications of the last verses of Daniel 11 than of any other known prophecy of scripture (seven)! No wonder the prophecy has been intractable so long! The author does careful exegesis and develops an unparalleled hermeneutic base for accurate interpretations (24 hermeneutic principles). The research is not fruitless or moot; because several earth shaking results are brought to view. Ellen White points out the truth “that the promises and threatenings of God are alike conditional.” 1SM 67. If the conditions were right, any of the last-day prophecies could be shortened by a Revelation 11:15-19 experience. Then let not the reader become irrevocably fixed on the scenario of events in this book. Prophecy will still be fulfilled no matter how events come to pass. And the 24 hermeneutic principles will hold true regardless. The reader will recognize the truth of the prophecies however they are fulfilled. God bless the reader as he/she reads and attempts to digest this book. May you learn from it precious things showing the nearness of the coming of Jesus. Amen.
Published by Xlibris Corporation on 01/22/2014
Book details: 466 pages.

The Unified Universe

And the years of eternity, as they roll, will bring richer and still more glorious revelations of God and of Christ. As knowledge is progressive, so will love, reverence, and happiness increase. The more men learn of God, the greater will be their admiration of His character. As Jesus opens before them the riches of redemption and the amazing achievements in the great controversy with Satan, the hearts of the ransomed thrill with more fervent devotion, and with more rapturous joy they sweep the harps of gold; and then ten thousand times ten thousand and thousands of thousands of voices unite to swell the mighty chorus of praise. “And every creature which is in heaven, and on the earth, and under the earth, and such as are in the sea, and all that are in them, heard I saying, Blessing, and honor, and glory, and power, be unto Him that sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb forever and ever.” Revelation 5:13. The great controversy is ended. Sin and sinners are no more. The entire Universe is clean. One pulse of harmony and gladness beats through the vast creation. From Him who created all, flow life and light and gladness, throughout the realms of illimitable space. From the minutest atom to the greatest world, all things, animate and inanimate, in their un-shadowed beauty and perfect joy, declare that God is love.—Ellen G. White, The Great Controversy,
Published by Xlibris Corporation on 11/26/2013
Book details: 90 pages.

Who Shall Stand?

The twentieth century is over, and Jesus has not come. According to Ellen White, Jesus was supposed to come on two occasions in the nineteenth century [after 1844 (GC458; 1SM 68-69) and after 1888]. We all expected Him to come in the twentieth century. But in neither century did Jesus come. Why could Jesus not come in those centuries? The time of His coming depends not alone on taking the gospel to the world. All the satellite Nets and missionary journeys in the world alone will not fulfill the Plan A Conditions of Christ’s coming. His people should accept His help to get over their apostasy, worldliness, and unbelief. They must have a thorough revival and reformation to prepare the way for the latter rain and a fire storm evangelization of the world. On the other hand, how do we know that Jesus does not have a Plan B?—a coming to an unready church (Isaiah 66:15-19)? This is a sobering question. The greatest need today is a revival and reformation among the people of God. When that happens, the way will be cleared for the abundant outpouring of the Latter Rain of the Holy Spirit. When that occurs, the gospel will be proclaimed with astonishing power. The world will be fully warned, and Christ can then come quickly to end the sin problem and take his people home to heaven. How can such a revival and reformation be obtained? In two remarkable articles in the Review and Herald (November 10, 1896 and February 4, 1902), both entitled "A Test of Gratitude and Loyalty," Ellen White outlined a guaranteed blueprint for revival and reformation. The Lord showed her what would be effective in bringing about such an experience. The blueprint called for a study of Daniel in connection with the smaller prophets, especially Malachi,
Published by Xlibris Corporation on 01/22/2014
Book details: 229 pages.

Electrino Physics

This volume is based on aether relativity and the postulate that a smooth symmetric charge distribution cannot have detectable spin—or consequently charges come in ±e, ±e/2, ±e/4, and ±e/8—the Electrino Hypothesis—and not in ±2e/3 and ±e/3 as in the Quark Hypothesis. In Appendix B, the structures of all known particles are induced totally without quarks and gluons. The Electrino Hypothesis is sufficient to compose all known particles. The physics world is searching for a unified field theory and unified particle theory. This volume contains the foundation of both. Gravity and the strong force are united to the electro-magnetic force at the Planck mass, which in imaginary units is the mass of a whole elementary particle in this model. It takes 61 elementary particles in the quarklepton model to construct all known particles. By contrast, the particle fusion aspect of this model means that all the copies of all the particles in the Universe could be ionized and fused from a single particle. This volume begins the derivation of these things. Chapter 1 recounts the particle-wave controversy of the centuries as a prototype synthesis of the aether-relativity controversy in Chapter 2. A thought experiment in this chapter falsifies both the principle of relativity in the absolute and the principle of equivalence. The aetherrelativity controversy is resolved by deriving from first principles Special Quasi-Relativity in an Aether in Chapter 3, and General Quasi-Relativity in an Aether in Chapter 4. General Quasi-Relativity is obtained by inserting a field of escape velocities in and out, about a gravitational body, in Special Quasi-Relativity, obtaining the Schwarschild Line Element in the space about a gravitational body. A model of gravity and inertia is developed in Chapter 5. An aether model of particle physics is derived in Chapter 6, with special attention to whole elementary particles, including electrons and photons. Elementary particle fusion is briefly introduced in Chapter 6, along with the quantization of spin and a string-like character for elementary particles. A unified field theory is presented in Chapter 7, with a further unification of physics from a single definition in Chapter 8. This model has all forces united to the parent force gravity. The relationship is shown between charge and gravity. This model could be tested by e-e- collisions or e+e+ collisions at 1.878 GeV or more in the center of mass frame. Benefits to society from the model could be gravity-free and inertia-less travel, new reactors releasing energy from matter (without radioactive wastes)(see Chapter 15), the testing of a new Grand Unification Theory (GUT), and the reversal of the order to disorder arrow in the second law of thermodynamics (see Chapter 16). In Chapters 10 and 11 and Appendix A, a new type of pictorial equation is presented which accounts for the elementary particles in their various states. As such, the new system, called chonomics, is very powerful. Chapter 12 explains how to create new anti-matter through the fusion of electrons or how to create new matter through the fusion of positrons. Chapter 13 tells how to calculate relativity with real masses—elementary masses in orbital systems. Chapter 14 derives a new mechanism for the interstellar red shift—the dual photon. The universe may be found to be older than calculated under the Big Bang theory. Chapter 15 presents two very different calculations for the power to be obtained from the fusion of the electrons in 1.0 Amp beams at 2.0 GeV in the Center of Mass Frame. According to the calculation, we would expect, from our experience with electron-positron annihilation, the resultant power would be scarcely detectable. According to the more natural calculation, the resultant power would be a staggering net 2.0 billion Watts (two million kilowatts). Since the electrino fusion model of elementary particles is a new
Published by Xlibris Corporation on 11/26/2013
Book details: 563 pages.

Seeking a Unified Universe

My earliest memory was of a bath in the middle of the day. I was accustomed to baths early in the morning or late in the evening. I was not expecting a bath in the middle of the day. Mom’s purpose was to prepare me for a birthday party. I don’t remember the party or the boy honored, or even the bath—just the unusual fact of it. It was an exception to a rule. Across the street from our apartment in north Seattle, Washington was a school—Seattle Junior Academy. My mother, Inas Ziegler, taught there. The school had nice large swings on the playground that I loved to swing in. I am sure my mother and my father (J. G. Ziegler) both frequently pushed me on the swings. But I do not remember that. I remember my Grandma Grace Ziegler pushing me on the swings. Another exception to a rule. My next memory was being babysat in the evening with my brother Jim in an older couple’s home. What made that memorable was that they ate cold cereal in the evening. I had only eaten it in the morning. Another exception to a rule. My father and mother had gone out for the night conducting evangelistic meetings—playing the piano, singing, making chalk drawings, preaching, and showing slides on the screen. My parents were very successful in their efforts, and attracted a lot of favorable attention from the higher ups in our church. Growing up in such a family was an exception to the general rule in the church. It tended to make one either rebellious or specially conformant to what one perceived as the truth. I early chose the latter approach. My next memories were from our next home in a peach orchard in Kirkland, Washington.
Published by Xlibris Corporation on 12/05/2013
Book details: 122 pages.

Explorations in Christian Theology and Ethics

Engaging variously with the legacy of Paul L. Lehmann, these essays argue for a reorientation in Christian theology that better honours the formative power of the gospel to animate and shape doctrine and witness, as well as ethical and political life. The authors explore key themes in Christian theology and ethics - forgiveness, discernment, responsibility, spirituality, the present day tasks of theology and the role of faith in public life - making plain the unabated importance of Lehmann's work at this juncture in contemporary theology. The internationally recognized contributors draw crucial connections between the gospel of reconciliation, the form of Christian theology and witness, and the challenges of contemporary ethical and political reflection. This book demonstrates why this close friend of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and author of Ethics in a Christian Context and The Transfiguration of Politics continues to influence generations of theologians in both the English-speaking world and beyond.
Published by Routledge on 04/22/2016
Book details: 206 pages.

Doing Theology when God is Forgotten

Original Scholarly Monograph
Published by Peter Lang on 07/19/2019
Book details: 253 pages.

Manual of Legislative Practice in the General Assembly of the State of Ohio

Published on 07/19/2019
Book details: 253 pages.

Manual of Legislative Practice in the General Assembly

Published on 07/19/2019
Book details: 253 pages.
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