[Transcribed from Is Jesus the Greatest Scientist ever?]
Electric eels store energy they get from food in special cells. Each cell carries a small charge, but when all the cells release the charge together, they can produce about 650 watts.
Electric eels are designed from top to bottom as perfect machines with insulation areas in the skin, most of the organs near the head, and the ability to switch the voltage on or off at will.
One interesting thing to think about is the fact that you and I and all creatures with muscles use electricity every time we move. Our cells use varying voltages to operate, so just when you walk or talk you are running on very low voltage electricity.
The amazing design of electric eels is a tribute to the Lord who created them—and, as usual, he designed electrical systems before humans ever did.
Dudley Barnes wrote to me on 8/30/21, “Jesus was no scientist…To claim Jesus is the greatest scientist is the height of arrogance!… How scientific is spitting on dirt and rubbing it on another’s eye to cure it?”
How scientific was it to make Adam from dust? Perhaps Jesus was helping the people around to see that He was/is the Creator. Genesis 2:7 says, “Yahweh God formed the man from the dust of the ground,” and Jesus, God in human flesh, was healing using moist dust.
He used a variety of methods to heal. Perhaps he did not want anyone thinking there was something magical about a particular technique. Some got healed from Jesus’ word.
All healing comes from Him, and, if Jesus’ return is still a way off and Dudley eventually passes, he himself will experience Jesus raising him even from the dust. Dudley will face the Greatest Scientist ever.
Jesus said so in John 5:28‒29. Jesus will judge Dudley, me, and you.
How to be ready? Repent to Him in prayer about your sins and ask Him to place his robe of righteousness over you.