THURSDAYS, STARTING NOV. 8 AT 7:30 PM
During the last hundred years, quantum physicists have been exploring the foundations of the physical universe. The realities they are observing point to the existence of another realm: an alternate universe. “Israel: God’s Interdimensional Portal” looks at this “alternative” universe and our own, suggests they could represent the “heaven and earth” of Scripture and examines their interconnection from Biblical, Historical and Scientific perspectives. Topics include:
- Jesus’ perspective of heaven and earth
- Gnosticism: its lasting influence on Christianity
- The Rapture
- Quantum Physics and String Theory
- World Empires (including Islam) and the special position occupied by Judea and Samaria between the two universes
The class begins on November 8 at 7:30 and will continue through February or March of 2019.
Join Pastor Emeritus (and physics enthusiast), Ken Garrison, as he explores these and other themes. You may purchase Israel: God’s Interdimensional Portal, the text for the course, on Amazon.com. Make sure to RSVP to save your spot! Register Here.
For up to date information call 407-699-1011 or email us at email@example.com.
Meet Your Teacher
Ken Garrison, B.S., M.S., Th.M., is Pastor Emeritus of Fellowship Church and the Director of the Tzemach Institute for Biblical Studies, both in Winter Springs, Florida. Following a tour of duty in the United States Navy, Pastor Garrison earned an undergraduate degree in Physics and Mathematics from Western Kentucky State University and then a Master’s Degree in Nuclear Engineering from Purdue University. He worked for The Bechtel Corp. and Florida Power Corp. before entering the ministry in 1976. Pastor Garrison earned a Master’s Degree of Theology at Luther Rice Seminary, Lithonia, Georgia. He served as Senior Pastor at Fellowship Church from 1977 to 2009. He developed the Tzemach Institute for Biblical Studies and is the author of God’s Final Call?, Redemption, Hebraic Roots and Bible Prophesy. He and the Winter Springs congregation continue to work diligently to encourage faith in Israel and to promote an understanding of the Church’s Hebraic Roots.
Adaptation of a photo taken of a night sky in the Ramon Crater near the town of Mitzpe Ramon, southern Israel by, Amir Cohen