Saturday, December 14, 2013

Merry Christmaths

My postings have been scarce this year.

It will be even more so because I am writing a booklet for first year maths students on proofs. I got dismayed when I encountered senior maths majors having no clue and no rigour when writing proofs.

God's blessings for Christmas to those who often come here.



Brett Meyer said...

Christ's abundant blessings to you and your family Lito! Thanks for reaching across the Pacific in 2013 to help address the Universal Objective Justification apostasy that has engulfed the Lutheran Synods in the United States.

Merry Christmas,
Your brother in Christ,

Unknown said...

Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year!
Bring you Good wishes of happiness.

Sorry for greeting you earlier,, just don't want miss saying this.
By the way, I'm prima. It's my first time visiting your blog. I am blogger

too, and now try my best luck to open an e-store. Nice to know you.


LPC said...

HI Brett,

The peace of God be with you and yours this Christmas dear brother.

Thank you for your fellowship in the Gospel. You labor much in the faith, please be encouraged that your labours are not in vain.

May the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, keep you and yours close to our Saviour Jesus Christ in whose name we are saved. Amen.

Your brother,


Arthur said...

I am sure your book will be very useful. When I was majoring in math (in the very old days) I had a proof rejected, so I asked what I should do. the answer, "do better!" Would like to see your book when done.

LPC said...

Hi Arthur,

Thanks for your kind words.
Do better? Was that all your teacher could suggest? How would that help?
He should have given you more ammunition/techniques on how to prove theorems.

I would definitely send you a copy to review if you are able to leave me an email address. Lord willing before Feb 2014.

God bless