Visible – Invisible

Subatomic Illusion

Subatomic Illusion

Until we were able to pry into the atom and beyond, it made sense to believe in what is solid. But the Bible, written two thousand years ago, says that what is seen is made up of what is not seen. Literally, it says that phenomena (the original Greek word which we still use today), IE things that are visible, are not made of things which are not visible.Amazing, when you consider how primitive a culture God spoke into. Today we would say that what appears solid to the eye and touch, is really not at all what it appears to be. The quantum “world” lies “beneath” the tangible, visible, time-space continuum world. The “supernatural world” is just what exists “beyond” our four dimensions.

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About Franco Guerri

Born and raised in Rome Italy; immigrated to the US at ten; UC Berkeley activist during the Vietnam antiwar era; Hollywood assistant cameraman and film editor; spent the next few years seeking God, praying and meditating in France and the US; married 30 years to a beautiful artist/designer wife with whom he co-labors; two amazing sons; post graduate studies in engineering and Bible; discovered God as a personal relationship and the Cross as the bridge to Him; started and managed two successful manufacturing businesses in California and Montana. Now residing in Longmont, Colorado, close to his two sons and their families. Among other endeavors, he is writing a movie script about an Iraq war veteran who loses both his legs in the war.
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