eltraen wrote:I was also curious as to how you two know one another.
You haven't told us about yourself yet. Come on, brag a little! You may even be able to top Emerys list of accomplishments!
Norton wrote:Hey Sue,
Just saw this thread, somehow I missed it before. Though I will admit that it's a lot nicer to remain a mystery!!
Well, in a nutshell, I went to Virginia Tech (go Hokies) where I studied mechanical engineering and minored in math and history. I focused on the more theoretical aspects of engineering: fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and mechanical behavior of materials. I graduated (with a BS) and worked at a small consulting firm in Austin, TX designing mechanical systems for large commercial buildings. I even got to help design a Jewish synagogue which was pretty cool. About this time is when I met Emery who also lived in Austin. After a while, I went to work at a church then decided to pursue biblical studies at Denver Seminary. I spent most of my time studying Hebrew, Greek, the Bible, and theology and after three years I got a masters of divinity degree. Then I moved to the Atlanta area where I now work at a church. However, I'm not your typical pastor or church person. Our church has a lot of non-Christians that attend and I help organize small groups of non-Christians and Christians who explore issues of faith together.
So, there you have it.
Norton wrote:...where I studied mechanical engineering and minored in math and history. I focused on the more theoretical aspects of engineering: fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and mechanical behavior of materials.
Wow. Where did those questions come from? Yes, I do believe that environmental issues are pretty important. If God does exist and he created everything, then we're dishonoring him when we don't treat the environment with care. Regarding pollution, you'll have to be more specific. For the most part I think limitations and regulations are a good thing, even if they make it tough on businesses in the short run. Why do you ask?
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