Vern BenderAbout the Author
Vern J. Bender is a Local Author, Historian & Consultant at Ocean Isle Beach. While a native of Saginaw, Michigan, he has been a property owner at Ocean Isle Beach since 1979. Mr. Bender received a BS degree in marketing from Michigan State University. Vern has over 35 years of field and corporate executive experience in retail and financial management. He has held various field and national management positions with Sears, Roebuck & Co., and TransAmerica Corporation, San Francisco, California.
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A modern-day Apostle in the tradition of the Apostolic-Prophetic movement is one who is “called and sent by Christ to have the spiritual authority, character, gifts and abilities to successfully reach and establish people in Kingdom truth and order, especially through founding and overseeing local churches”.
While a disciple is a student, one who learns from a teacher, an apostle is sent to deliver those teachings to others. “Apostle” means messenger, he who is sent. An apostle is sent to deliver or spread those teachings to others.
SOMETHING FROM NOTHING, DOESN’T HAPPEN, EVER.
TO BE DETERMINED: IS THERE ANYTHING WITHIN THE LAWS OF PHYSICS THAT PREVENTS THE UNIVERSE FROM CREATING ITSELF?
IF THE LAWS OF PHYSICS CAN’T CREATE A BIG BANG, THEN, THERE HAS TO BE AN EVENT ORIGINATOR EXISTING OUTSIDE THE LAWS OF PHYSICS, WHO CAN BRING A UNIVERSE INTO EXISTENCE.
NO OTHER OPTION IS AVAILABLE.
Intelligent design is the best explanation for the fine-tuning of the laws of physics and chemistry. The moral sense of humans cannot be explained by undirected processes. A materialistic explanation of the origin of life states that Darwinian evolution is...
Every cell in our body contains DNA. DNA is a set of instructions that tells our cells how to build protein. A strand of DNA looks like a ladder. The rungs of this ladder are made up of bases. Each rung is a pair of two bases that are bonded...
DNA has two types of digital information — the genes that encode proteins, which are the molecular machines of life, and the gene regulatory networks that specify the behaviour of the genes.
The digital linear coding carried by the base pairs in the DNA double helix is now known to have an important component that acts by altering, along its length, the natural shape and stiffness of the molecule.