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Israel says 'David's Sling' missile shield to be deployed in 2016

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(Worthy News) - Israel plans to deploy its new medium-range missile interceptor David's Sling by mid-2016 after the U.S.-backed system passed final trials, defense officials said on Monday.

David's Sling is designed to shoot down rockets held by Israeli antagonists such as Lebanon's Hezbollah guerrillas with ranges of 100 to 200 km (63-125 miles), as well as cruise missiles and drones.

David's Sling, along with the Iron Dome short-range rocket interceptor and the Arrow ballistic missile interceptor, both already operational, will form a multi-level shield that the Israelis are developing with Washington's help as a bulwark against Iran and its allies on the Israeli border. [ Source ]

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    Yes, it is. In fact the concept of the Trinity can be expressed in Mathematics through Algebra.

    I promise you, it is not that complicated. The key is taught in the secondary schools and colleges.

    So stop being told the Trinity is ILLOGICAL.

    Have you heard about the Polynomials?

    Well, these are polynomials:
    1) 1x
    2) 1y + 1y
    3) 2xa + 2a + x

    To begin with, let me present to you few simple equations below because that’s all we need. Knowing them will make things crystal clear.


    1. Polynomials with similar terms,
    a) 1p + 1p + 1p

    b) 1g + 1g + 1g

    c) 1x + 2x + 3x

    a) 1p + 1p +1p = ____ ?

    You don’t know what to do?

    Relax. I'll help you.

    Let’s say 1p=1person

    So, 1person + 1person + 1person = 3persons.

    Easy, right?

    1p + 1p + 1p = 3p


    b) 1g + 1g + 1g = ______ ?

    Let’s say g=guava

    So, 1guava + 1guava + 1guava = 3guavas

    1g + 1g + 1g = 3g

    c) 1x + 2x + 3x = _____ ?

    Let’s say x=xylophone

    So, 1 xylophone + 2 xylophones + 3 xylophones = 6 xylophones

    1x +2x +3x = 6x

    Very easy, right?

    2. Polynomial with dissimilar terms
    a) 1GF + 1GS + 1GH

    b) 1xa + 1xb + 1xc

    a) 1GF + 1GS + 1GH = ________ ?

    Is the answer 3GF? No.
    Is the answer 3GS? No.
    Is it 3GH then? Still No.

    But let me tell you straight, if you think this is complicated, let me assure you, NO, IT IS NOT.

    Frankly, this is easy. But look carefully at the equation:

    1GF + 1GS + 1GH = ______ ?

    First, let’s examine:
    and 1GH.

    Each of them is called ‘term’. Since they are three, ‘3 terms'.

    On these ‘3 terms' you’ll see
    is common.

    And F, S, and H are not common.
    Hence, they are called ‘dissimilar’.

    Because of the existence of the dissimilar F, S, and H, this algebraic expression is called Polynomial with dissimilar terms.

    So, to proceed with the Addition and get the SUM:

    1GF +1GS + 1GH = ______?

    Simply multiply the ‘common 1G’ with the ‘dissimilar (F + S + H)’

    And that’s it.

    1GF + 1GS +1GH = 1G (F + S + H)

    Easy, right?

    b) 1xa + 1xb + 1xc = ?

    What is common?
    Ans. 1x

    What is not common?
    Ans. (a+ b + c)

    So, multiply the common by the uncommon.

    1xa + 1xb + 1xc = 1x (a + b + c)

    Piece of cake, right?

    Now that we have seen how the polynomials are added, it is time to proceed.

    And to proceed let’s solve this problem:

    Inside a chill room with ambient temperature of 1’C, there are 1can each of Coke, Pepsi, and 7up with a chilled temperature of 1’C each. By pouring the Coke, Pepsi, and 7up altogether into a pitcher, what is the resulting temperature?

    If you think you’ll get 3’C, you’re wrong!

    You’ll not get the correct answer by simple math 1+1+1 = 3 because simple math does not apply here. Promise.

    These are what we have to do to find the answer:

    A. By Experimentation or by actual procedure.

    1’C x 1 can Coke
    + 1’C x 1 can Pepsi
    + 1’C x 1 can 7up

    By doing the experiment yourself, you’ll find he temperature of the 3can mixture to be the same = 1’C.

    So we can say:

    1’C in 3 cans
    Or 3cans in 1’C.

    B. By Algebra through Polynomials

    (1’C x 1can Coke) + (1’C x 1can Pepsi) + (1’C x 1can 7up) = 1’C x (1can Coke + 1can Pepsi + 1can 7up)

    = 1’C in 3cans Coke, Pepsi, and 7up

    = 3 cans into 1’C Coke, Pepsi, and 7up

    The reality of this is very similar to the Trinity. So, MYSTERY NO MORE.



    “What Does it Mean That God is a Trinity?

    The doctrine of the Trinity means that there is one God who eternally exists as three distinct Persons — the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Stated differently, God is one in essence and three in person. These definitions express three crucial truths: (1) The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are distinct Persons, (2) each Person is fully God, (3) there is only one God.” – Desiringgod

    Since the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are the Three distinct Persons in One God, the algebraic expression is:

    1GF + 1GS + 1GH = 1G (F + S + H)

    GF = God (the Father)
    GS = God (the Son)
    GH = God (the Holy Spirit)

    By substitution to
    1GF + 1GS + 1GH = 1G (F + S + H):

    1 God (the Father) + 1 God (the Son) + 1 God (the Holy Spirit) = 1 GOD (the Father + the Son + the Holy Spirit)

    God (the Father) + God (the Son) + God (the Holy Spirit) = ONE GOD in Three distinct Persons --- the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit


    God (the Father)
    + God (the Son)
    + God (the Holy Spirit)
    _______________ ______________
    One God (the Father + the Son + the Holy Spirit)

    = One God in Three Persons

    Stated differently, God is one in essence and three in person.

    The algebraic expression is:

    1EF + 1ES + 1EH = 1E (F +S +H)

    EF = Essence of the Father
    ES = Essence of the Son
    EH = Essence of the Holy Spirit

    By substitution to
    1EF + 1ES + 1EH = 1E (F + S + H),

    1 Essence (the Father) + 1 Essence (the Son) + 1 Essence (the Holy Spirit) = 1 Essence (the Father + the Son + the Holy Spirit)

    = ONE ESSENCE of the Three Persons --- the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit

    1. According to 1 Thes.5:23 man is composed of spirit, soul, and body. This is what I think: since the ‘QUALITY’ of the spirit of a man is 100% human, it is correct to say that the spirit is FULLY human. And by the same token, his soul is fully human and his body is fully human.

    By Addition of Polynomials:

    1fully human (Spirit) + 1fully human (Soul) + 1fully human (Body) = ?

    = 1 fully human (Spirit + Soul + Body)

    2. A man named Adam is a grandfather. A man named Seth is his son. And a man named Enosh is the grandson.
    How many men are there?

    Ans. Of course, there are 3 men.

    You may say, wait a minute, wait a miiiinnnnute, yes they are three men but how about the algebraic expression in polynomials?

    Ha ha ha…
    Relax. Okey?

    The polynomials with dissimilar terms do not apply here.

    I tell you why. Suppose we formulate an equation like this:

    1man Adam + 1man Seth + 1man Enosh = ______ ?

    Is this answer correct?
    = 1man (Adam + Seth + Enosh) ?No.
    = 1man in 3persons – Adam, Seth, &Enosh? Nope.

    They couldn’t be 1man in 3persons!!!
    They are simply 3men or 3 persons period.

    Simply because (1man and Adam) is the same person. So it can’t be (1man x Adam); Also 1man Seth can’t be (1man x Seth); and finally, 1 man Enosh can’t be (1man x Enosh) both for the same reason.

    So, in this case, simple addition applies.
    1man + 1man + 1man = 3 men

    But with God, you’ll notice the opposite is true. Why? Because 1 God is not exactly equal to just one Person, but 3 Persons. And He is Almighty, his power is everlasting. Remember the Lord Jesus? He was able to empty himself of the Godhead and acquire two natures - God and man. To him the possibilities is infinite.

    So, its valid to say:

    1God (Father) = 1God x Father
    1God (Son) = 1 God x Son
    1 God (Holy Spirit) = 1 God x Holy Spirit

    And because of those, the polynomials with dissimilar terms apply.

    1God (Father) + 1God (Son) + 1God (Holy Spirit) = _______?

    The Answer:
    = 1God (Father + Son + Holy Spirit)
    = 1 God in 3Person – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

    God bless!!!!

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