Time: a Primer

This hub covers brief overviews to the following concepts essential to an understanding of posts in this blog’s Time category, as well as relating to posts in Scripture & Science:

  1. Eternity and Prophecy
  2. The Nature of Time
  3. Cycles and the Bible
  4. The Natural Year
  5. Historically Significant April

Time is directly related to this blog’s oft-recurring topic of ‘God-incidents’, ie. examples of serendipity, or meaningful, ‘happy coincidences’, especially those directly connected to one’s relationship with God. For a brief introduction to this visit the ‘God-incidents’ hub, and for more read posts under that same term’s tag.

NB: The ancient Greeks had two words for time: chronos (χρόνος) and kairos (καιρός).  The former refers to chronological or sequential time and the latter signifies a space or gap between times, or ‘the right, critical, or opportune moment’ referred to by those who bring prophetical ‘now’ words, as in GPS#15 – Time on Earth and in Heaven is Being Synchronised,  as well as by teachers of bible prophecy. (Also see Wikipedia.)