In the WindowView
Science and Scripture in Harmony
To Everyone Who Deems Themselves Worthy
of Long Life and Life Abundantly,
This is Your Window!
Discover what you have missed and add to your life forever.
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Reflections in this window consider:
• Changes on earth push us from material awareness, to human survival issues, to deeper reflection, to question values, consider purpose, and to examine a spiritual dimension.
• Scientific evidence examined objectively brings an awakening, reveals 'life is special,' and 'we are not here by chance.' A longstanding paradigm is about to shift and the view on origins, especially for biological information and life, will be reformed.
• Throw back the shutters, WindowView opens to Scripture's network of information, to present: a key identification, near-future timeline milestones, and a relationship that is relevant to every human on Earth.
Information—the documented evidence—is what is in view!
And what does the this reveal? … Your future!
Be Awakened! WindowView presents several 'key scenarios' that by analogy are the 'other side of the coin.'
Imagine reality represented as an old coin in your pocket and every time you take a look, all you ever see is 'heads.' Our personal daily life is like that familiar side of the coin.
WindowView offers a look at what is familiar from another perspective—like the time you reach for the coin and actually see the other side: 'tails!' What is revealed, in reality, is a surprise, and always within reach.
This Window is important … as important as life itself … consider how the Change, Science, and Harmony scenarios each uniquely reveal that 'other side of the coin.'
To the degree each topic area sounds familiar, there is a realization to open our eyes and to drive unrelated scenarios together, to Converge, in time … soon … at an event horizon within sight of this window. That horizon is quickly approaching. From here, with this awareness, one is able to make "A Step Up To Life."
Each area presents a brief video Introduction accompanied by an Overview, a Thesis page, and then supporting Articles. Change, Science, and Harmony move us along a Timeline where all perspectives Converge to summarize the entire view and our future … the evidence is before us … many sources together point the way.
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The underlying theme to the window is 'Science and Scripture in Harmony.' As such, time looking through the window provides an opportunity to discover what is ultimately important to each one of us individually—from a truly holistic, all inclusive, vantage point.
The fact that science data and biblical information are truly not in conflict opens the window further. Different perspectives, when pulled together, highlight the fullness of existence. This fullness is the relevance and truth of both sides of the coin at one and the same time.
Values and the roles of Jewish and Gentile persons together, in the recorded scriptural framework, open to a scenario that fits the science, change, and events we see unfolding in time. All this is actually in plain view, but only becomes interwoven into a coherent understanding by looking, discerning, and finally recognizing what is often missed.
And if you see it you can take steps in a new direction!
Gather evidence from science and Scripture to recognize what lies ahead for you, us, for everyone! And then make a step up for your life!
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Time looking out the Window gives an answer!
Reflections in the Window
"We had sky up there, and we used to lay on our backs and look up at them, and discuss whether they was made or just happened." - Mark Twain
"Religion points to that area of human experience where in one way or another man comes upon mystery as a summons to pilgrimage." - Frederick Bucchner
The WindowView opens to where science meets faith … where scientific and theistic perspectives converge to define life's origin, purpose, and our future!
- What's New
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- Global Visitors
Beginning August 2013 the format of WindowView web pages was given a complete update. What you see is the result of hundreds of hours of webmaster work with new color, page styles, menu updates, and new navigation aids.
The update process now continues in completion and revision of various pages throughout the site. This work will incorporate added source material that supports the scenarios, thesis concepts, and overall premise as described in the Convergence area. This work will continue into the year ahead and as events warrant further additions!
There is new content to add, new books to recommend, and new evidence to fill in the larger WindowView. For 2013, 2014, and beyond, content and refinements will be added.
Simply, the WindowView has undergone and will continue to be in the process of renewal … in the mean time we hope that your mind is refreshed, challenged, and renewed by what you see here. If not for now … for eternity and as a blessing to you.
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WindowView.org was registered and web pages were first posted to the Internet in 1997. For about 10 years we posted a listing of site improvements. While this listing is no longer here, the web pages have experienced several major updates in format and content. Older pages that are of value can be found in our Archive Area (see our page map). However, archived pages may contain outdated thematic content. For example, in earlier phases the WindowView emphasized the concept of 'new paradigm.' This emphasis is still of some value, but now has been replaced by a perspective now focused on the theme of "Science and Scripture in Harmony."
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