Jul 16 2011

The Triune Brain


God loves fractals. He (Father) speaks (Spirit) the Word (Son) and everything He creates is made in the image of the Triune, three distinct, yet indivisible, named parts working as one.

Continue reading

Share Button

Oct 5 2010

Infinite Room – 2

The Creative Equation


This post might seem irreverent, or stupid, or both, but humour me. It will help illustrate what I want to get into tomorrow.

The documentary on fractals featuring Arthur C. Clarke included some comments that applied the math to theology, which of course got me thinking. [1] The Mandelbrot Set is a simple formula, just like E = MC2. However, unlike Einstein’s equation, the equals sign in the centre is actually a two-way arrow, a to and fro.
Continue reading

Share Button

Oct 1 2010

Delicious Superfluity – 2

Eschatology as Cooking



As a young Christian, I found the New Testament irresistible and the Old Testament mysterious. But as I began to actually read through the Old Testament, I also began to find it really annoying. Instead of finding snappy answers, sound bites and knockout quotes, there are long stretches of detailed information or seemingly redundant poetry. Surely Jeremiah and Lamentations could have been combined and slashed to a few short, sad chapters. Daniel is short, but it’s second half has caused nothing but problems. Isaiah is inspiring in parts, but tedious as a family slide night in many places. He should have just gotten to the point. After all, wasn’t calf skin horrendously expensive?

Continue reading

Share Button

Aug 16 2010

Praise Him with the Fractal


Psalms 111 to 117 are the “Praise the Lord” psalms, an obvious unit due to the repetition of that phrase. Are they arranged in any order, or is there some internal logic going on? You know what I’m going to say next, don’t you?

Continue reading

Share Button

Jul 24 2010

Bible Mandelbrot


A second Bible Matrix review on amazon.com, by Andre Rook:

Continue reading

Share Button

Apr 12 2010

Key to Psalm 1?


Timothy Edwards has some really interesting things to say about interpreting Psalm 1 over at Credenda/Agenda. Of course, I thought the matrix might help things as well. Here’s my go at it.

Continue reading

Share Button