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For good reason God Himself discourages us from making prophetic calendars out of our cerebral musings. It's a human being thinking his sand-dripping hourglass or sundial is as good as an atomic clock. Casting the calendar through human contrivance gets one bogged down in "might and power" that is not the authoritative revelation of God's Spirit. (Zechariah 4:6)
That revelation shows that time is even more intricate than Einstein's Relativity. Both the Old and New Testaments have distinct words for the two dimensions of time. The New Testament Greek word kronos refers to chronological time – the ticking of the clock, the seeping of the sand in an hourglass, the passage of solar radiance on a sundial. Kairos is the Greek word that signifies time on the scale of eternity. It is time unbounded by kronos, in which a day is as a thousand years. (2 Peter 3:8)
Weinstein and Craig realized that a model in which the second time dimension was handled in a different way might work. Initially, they set it to zero and evolved their wave in the other dimensions of time and space. Then—to account for the extra time dimension—they stepped the initial time forward in the extra time dimension and found the data produced by the model was perfectly well-behaved.
Moving on to ghostly phenomenon ... 'residual hauntings' .... are they psychic impressions left on our time line? Left because the events were so dramatic that they left an energetic impression??
Why is it wrong to try to date prophetic events from the bible or other prophecies? It's because we live in one-dimensional time and the bible isn't written in one dimensional time but in multi-dimensional time. God (or the source of the prophecies) isn't in one dimensional time.
God... isn't in one dimensional time. Our minds can't follow multidimensional time.
Since nature means two things,
the matter and the form,
of which the latter is the end,
and since all the rest is for the sake of the end...
...the form must be the cause.