Misquoting Calculus: What Isaac Newton Tried To Tell Bart Ehrman

January 16, 2018|
Misquoting Calculus: What Isaac Newton Tried To Tell Bart Ehrman
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Paul, apostle of Christ, to Gentiles, said, “men are without excuse, God being seen from what is created.” Isaac Newton observed Physics in the mechanics of the creation deriving from observation the Calculus (math of changing rates) proving things such as acceleration/gravity is constant -32ft/sec.^2 mathematically.

In this, the author Chris Queen’s (BSME) second book, he again provides proofs as solid as Newton’s (whom also tried to solve the Bible’s math but was unable from his seat in history) proofs in regard to Physics. The author provides these simpler word problem solutions from the page in scripture. Gaining his clues from the Lord himself who boasts “I am God there is no other” … “I tell the end from the beginning, from ancient times what is still to come.”
Word problem solutions, precisely fitting the timeline of history more than several times is Objective Evidence. Dr. Ehrman and his skeptic cohorts are wrong, hopelessly lost in the modern science of ignorance. Ignorance Definition: Modern science of ignoring the facts.
Daniel was told “the wise will understand.” Some (Christian Professors/Seminarilly Confused) are timid. Dr. Ehrman is silent because he can provide no reasonable answer to God’s Objective Evidence.

Title:Misquoting Calculus: What Isaac Newton Tried To Tell Bart EhrmanFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 16, 2018Publisher:BookLocker.com, Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1632639807

ISBN - 13:9781632639806

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