Romans 2:14 (Physics, Baseball, and Faith)

Just in time for the All-Star Game, Bejai posts another great word picture to explain a faith concept. If you trust God and are a baseball fan, this one will be especially meaningful.

THE RIVER WALK

Gratitude for this picture goes out to Steven Dunn, the NY Post, and the greatest hitter of all time: Derek Jeter Gratitude for this picture goes out to Steven Dunn, the NY Post, and the greatest hitter of all time: Derek Jeter

Even Gentiles, who do not have God’s written law, show that they know his law when they instinctively obey it, even without having heard it. (Romans 2:14)

Read: 1 Chronicles 16:37 – 18:17, Romans 2:1-14, Psalm 10:16-18, Proverbs 19:8-9

Relate: I was listening to a sermon last night where the preacher was using an illustration of how a physicist from Yale University wrote an article in USA Today (I believe) demonstrating why hitting a 90 MPH fastball is a physical impossibility. According to the preacher this article stated that it takes about a seventh of a second (.15) for stimulus response. That is also the length of time it takes for a bat to be swung into position once motion has started. It also takes an absolute bare minimum of…

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