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Kevin Bussey (aka k-dawg)
Lead Pastor
Charlotte, NC, USA

Samford University: B.S. Public Administration, 1985
University of Alabama at Birmingham: M.A. Education, 1988

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary: MDivBL, 1995

Married to:
Cassandra (6-25-88)


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"Pastor I don't like your plans" Bisagno, "what are your plans." man, "I don't have any." Bisagno, "I like my plans better than yours." .

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building 429: rise

chris tomlin: live from austin music hall

various: music inspired by the chronicles of narnia

fusebox: once again

passion: How Great Is Our God

storyside:b : everything and more

delirious?: the mission bell

hillsong united: look to you


Friday, April 07, 2006

Jesus may have walked on ice?

The New Testament says that Jesus walked on water, but Professor Doron Nof theorized in the early 1990s that Moses's parting of the Red Sea had solid science behind it. Nof, a professor of oceanography at Florida State University believes there could be a less miraculous explanation --he walked on a floating piece of ice. Thanks to my friend Stuart Delony for this article here.

posted by Kevin Bussey at 4/07/2006 01:53:00 PM


Blogger Neil Elmore said...

If There was enough ice to walk on, it would have to be pretty thick. Now living in Mobile I am no ice expert but I would imagine that you cant put a wooden boat made in the first century on ice and it do very well.

besides didnt jesus go out pretty close to them when Peter got out. plus he was standing there for a while before a wave got him . . . not too many waves on the ice.

Jesus was the first Ice skater!! Give me a break!!!

4/07/2006 03:59:00 PM  
Blogger John Stickley said...

Yet again, we're blogging on the same subject.


4/07/2006 05:37:00 PM  
Blogger art rogers said...

Yeah, Neil, what was the boat on if Jesus was on the ice?

And what did Peter walk on, that carried him until his faith failed, then he apparently got more dense and sank until Jesus' ice caught up to him and supported them both and none of the desciples saw it?

predisposed not to believe - what else can you say?

4/08/2006 12:49:00 AM  
Blogger Wes Kenney said...

Art beat me to the Peter question. Maybe his sudden fear of the storm caused an increase in blood flow, which caused his feet to heat up, melting the ice slowly enough that he gradually began to sink. Yeah, you know, that's much easier to believe than a plain reading of the text, isn't it???

4/08/2006 10:14:00 AM  
Blogger jgf said...

I have foud that the miracle is usually easier to believe than the so-called explanation!

4/08/2006 12:52:00 PM  
Blogger martyduren said...

Well, now we know why Peter got "cold feet."

4/08/2006 07:58:00 PM  
Blogger Tim Sweatman said...

Has anyone documented how many times the Sea of Galilee (or whatever its name is today) has been frozen solid enough for a man to walk on it?


Your theory appears to qualify you to be a science professor at any American university.


Good one!

4/10/2006 12:00:00 AM  
Blogger Neil Elmore said...

Yeah his blood Flow increased and his feet got so hot that the heat transfered right through his sandals to melt the ice

4/10/2006 04:53:00 PM  

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