Monthly Archives: January 2020

Did you just spit in my eye?

One of my favorite aspects of Jesus’ healing miracles is that they are not all the same. Sometimes he speaks, sometimes he touches, other times he commands. It is comforting that his miracles are not “one size fits all”. To me, this demonstrates that … Continue reading

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A bifurcation birth

In the analysis of dynamic systems, we use the term bifurcation to indicate a dramatic change in the system state, or behavior. I study milling dynamics, where a bifurcation causes a change from stable to unstable machining conditions. Stable machining … Continue reading

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The thing about seeds

In Matthew 13, Jesus teaches about our response to him and his message of sacrificial salvation using sown seed: “A farmer went out to sow his seed. 4 As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path, and the … Continue reading

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