The Time Traveler And The Travelers Gift

Topics: Religion, God, Christianity, Jesus, Human, Universe / Pages: 5 (1215 words) / Published: May 25th, 2016
Both books, The Time Traveler and the Travelers Gift, have to do with man's curiosity of time travel. Both these books are a great read and get you thinking, "Would time travel really be possible, and could I see man evolve throughout history to where we are today?" As a Christian, I don't personally believe in evolution in general. I also don't think humans evolved from a lower life form and I don't think we will be here for another million years to eventually evolve into something else. Even though both books weren't meant to be written from religious views, one could still learn a few things by observing them from a Christian viewpoint.

Nevertheless, the logical scientist in me is intrigued at the possibilities presented in the Time
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Even if they did accepted their new changed environment without questioning, it's very unlikely because they would've revolted. Not to mention, they would run out of food eventually because there is no sun and plants or vegetables underground. This is why the Time Traveler assumed that the Morlocks began to feed on the Eloi out of their lack of food and the means to survive. So why would they stay underground if their only food was on the surface. Nevertheless, the year 802,701 as envisioned by Wells is fascinating. I have always liked good stories, especially ones that have to do with time travel, and I must admit that the Time Machine has become one of my favorite books, although the movie wasn't that great to say the …show more content…
I can apply this to my life in a way of faith. I know there is a God and I have declared my faith to him. I have faith that He watches over me, and no matter how hard life's trials get I will persist through Him. I will now focus more on my faith and follow along with what I believe is true.

Overall, the Travelers Gift is a book that makes you start to acknowledge and appreciate things that are everyday overlooked. One thing for me that this book really reinforced was to be here in the present and not in my past. All decisions we make and the friends we surround ourselves with do affect our lives. Best of all, is that we have a choice everyday on how that day will turn out.

Both books, The Time Traveler and the Travelers Gift, have to do with man's curiosity of time travel. Both these books are a great read and gets one thinking if time travel is actually possible and could I see man evolve through history to where we are today? Even though both books weren't intentionally meant to be written to express Christian values, we can learn more values from the Travelers Gift then the Time Traveler. Both these books are a great read, and by reading these from a Christian stance we can get much more out of these

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