Have you got 5 minutes – I’ll change your world view. But first, slim down your browser window so the lines are not too long. Come back later if you don’t have time now.
There is a lot to read so I want to give you a couple of key articles which I hope will convince you that this site has something for you. Each article shows how to get to its parent article in the top right.
|Created: 2009/08/11. Updated: 2018/02/26.|
||Preview the book that reveals God’s timetable for mankind hidden in Genesis. You’ll also discover a new twist in Adam’s creation, not to mention the COI universe. A must read!|
The COI Universe
||Preview "Where time begins", the book that explains how the universe was sculptured from the beginning of time. This is something for the astronomers as well as believers.|
||Something for those interested in prophecy.|
|The Way Back||Perhaps a different way to see what Jesus has done.|
This site uses very basic HTML and has been designed to read best in portrait mode. It is fully re-scalable, so narrow the browser window to be more book-like in proportion, with a comfortable width for reading.
The default font is set to Verdana with a font size of 133%. This size is a little too big for large displays on fully fledged PCs but it is much better when being displayed on a Tablet or iPod with limited rescaling and re-flow of the text. It is also pretty close to what the Read Mode gives you in most browsers. I want to invite you to read, so I have made this default. Most browsers support zooming, and dropping the zoom to 75% via Ctrl+–, will cancel the default magnification. The FireFox View -> Zoom text only option is helpful here, but Firefox resets the zoom when you step into a new article.
I have provided a blank style option called YourDefaults. If your browser allows it, selecting the View –› Style –› YourDefaults, will display the text in whatever font and size that has been set in your browser’s Internet Options. Unfortunately, the style must be selected afresh with each page viewed. In practice, it’s probably not worth it unless you want to print that page with a smaller font but keep the graphics large.
This site sets a very light grey background which is soft on the eye, especially if you do a lot of reading late at night. It used to be quite old-fashioned, but I notice that the latest Read Mode features now offer a coloured background option. This Read Mode option is often not available with my articles because the browsers currently seem to disable it if the article has complex features like tables and lists, which is another reason why I wanted the default to be as readable as I can make it.