Reply To: Lecture3 Egypt – Pyramids


Thanks for the discussion and I’m sorry about the naïve comment. Sometimes the filter between my head and in this case my fingers doesn’t work properly. It will make it hard to convince you that my theory is plausible because you don’t believe in the God of the Bible. I would love to present you with some fascinating information about dinosaurs and how they fit in with the Bible. Give me a few days to narrow down the information for you. There is so much written on the topic of dinosaurs and creation science it will be difficult to just present the “high points” but I think I can do it. I do enjoy the course immensely. I have listened through lesson 16. I have a job that allows me to listen to about 6 or 7 hours a day on most days. I plan on listening every weekday but I am afraid I might develop information overload.

I really wish that I would have discovered History and Economics when I was in college instead of age 36. I graduated with a Bachelor’s in Liberal Arts from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale but I am not using my degree and frankly I’m not sure if there is a good use for my degree. How about you when did you discover that you had an interest in History and Economics?