Just playing around on Friday afternoon. Check this out.
I fixed it. The first one had some bad color cast and the white balance was off. I also figured out how to fix the size.
Use your mouse to move around. Press shift to zoom in and control to zoom out. Cool, huh?
I was going to ask what inspired you to do this....then I noticed the empty brandy glass on the desk.
Yeah, that's what happens when I drink on Friday afternoon!
hey...i recognize those gargoyles...i gave them to you!! now you just need to make it able to zoom in :)
I accidentally got it to zoom, and now I can't figure out how I did it. :(
And I read an article the other day arguing that a minister really ought to refer to his place of work as a "study" rather than an "office", but I can't for the life of me remember where it was. :(
Anyway, this is wonderful - thanks for inviting us in. :)
Click on the picture, then press "Shift" to zoom in, "Ctrl" to zoom out. They worked for me, anyway.
Thanks, Angie. It's rather fun looking for books that I have myself. :)
I fixed it. The first one was pretty cruddy.
If you make it spin really fast, it creates the illusion that Jeff has a dizzying intellect.
Jeff, that's pretty cool. A few questions:
What did you use to do this?
Is this where you do all/most of your study for pastoral ministry? (Or do you have a study on the church grounds as well?)
You have a lot of books on the Trinity! Is that a particular area of interest for you?
Thanks for the comments. Yes, I do all of my study here or in the library. I have no study or office at church.
Yes, the Trinity has been a topic of research and study for about 12 years now. I did most of my Th.M. work and my Ph.D class work preparing to do a dissertation on the Trinity. I still have a book or two on this in the hopper. Some day.
I you can find my Biblical Horizon lectures, many of them have trinitarian themes. Also a couple I did at the Minsters Conference in Moscow a few years ago.
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