For those who missed it, this was the quote from an article on overpopulation:
I love the old biblical statement from Isiah [sic] - 'all flesh is grass'. That's actually a brilliant statement because it summarises the basic truth that we are only here on Earth because we can trap the energy in sunlight and turn it into something of use to us. And the best way of trapping the energy of sunlight, virtually the only way we've got, is to use chlorophyll - the green stuff in plants - to turn the solar energy into a plant which we can eat or harvest and do what we like with. So ultimately our future depends on the ability of the Earth to trap that solar energy, and for a plant to grow, it needs water.Scientheology involves taking a verse or section of Scripture and applying it through an exlusively scientific lense.
- Professor Roger Short, University of Melbourne
Today's challenge is Revelation 3:16 'So, because you are lukewarm–nethier hot nor cold–I am about to spit you out of my mouth.'
Will you take up the Scientheology challenge? Can you explain how the thermal qualities of food apply to the Christian life. Perhaps you have knowledge of the mechanisms by which humans expel substances from their mouth.