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Does God really exist?

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1default Does God really exist? on Sat Jul 21, 2007 11:03 pm

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Modern science since the early 19th century has made advances to basically explain away anything and everything in nature. Today's science, still based on logic and deduction has made great attempts to establish all phenomena on "laws" governed by physics, while refuting the idea that the universe needs a creator in order to exist.

Basically, science says all things are without purpose, entirely random and governed by the will and choosing that self awareness brings.

Science often beholds nature in wonder but it does not consider a maker nor behold the wonder of a creator.

However, as cosmology progresses, emerging discoveries are disturbing the intellectual circles amongst many of the world's leading scientist. Try as they might, discoveries of the cosmos are revealing certain constants having a numerical value so precise that our universe would not even exist if there was given the smallest error in the value of the constant. Its a value physicists call the "cosmological constant" and it is to be accurate by upto 120 decimal places. The slightest deviation in the decimal value and poof none of the universe would be here.

The question scientist are faced with is why is this constant so precise, for it begs the possibility of a creator who had with purpose set the cosmological constant to its particular value.

The concept is called anthropic theory, whereby constant values discovered by physics are the results of an intelligence being who made them that way.

Science, however, rejects the premise of a creator as prooving that a creator exist is not scientifically possible.

So, cosmologist came up with the idea that instead of this being a sole universe there is the possibility of existing a multiverse, or many universes having their own laws of physics and their own unique constants.

The physicist breadthed a collective sigh of relief as they thought to avoid the notion of the universe needing a creator in order for it to exist.

But, there was a problem in their idea that came back full circle. With the idea of a multiverse there is the possibility that at least one of these multiverses possesses life just like our universe and that the life in that multiverse is greatly superior in intellect than our own. Indeed, so superior to our intelligence and capability that this universe could actually be it's creation and that this universe is actually a simulation, like a computer program.

And now you know what I have been thinking about for the last seven years ( I credit God's spirit of wisdom for the insight I have known that scientist are only seriously pondering now)

Needless to say the great thinkers are back to scratching their chins and reviewing their mathematics and physics for a possible explanation, when every person who believes in God already have one.

see the video
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7044753105944203252

Try as they might, God will not be worked out of the equation!

Praise the Lord Jesus Christ, amen



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2default Re: Does God really exist? on Sat Jul 21, 2007 11:11 pm

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Bob wrote:Modern science since the early 19th century has made advances to basically explain away anything and everything in nature. Today's science, still based on logic and deduction has made great attempts to establish all phenomena on "laws" governed by physics, while refuting the idea that the universe needs a creator in order to exist.

Basically, science says all things are without purpose, entirely random and governed by the will and choosing that self awareness brings.

Science often beholds nature in wonder but it does not consider a maker nor behold the wonder of a creator.

However, as cosmology progresses, emerging discoveries are disturbing the intellectual circles amongst many of the world's leading scientist. Try as they might, discoveries of the cosmos are revealing certain constants having a numerical value so precise that our universe would not even exist if there was given the smallest error in the value of the constant. Its a value physicists call the "cosmological constant" and it is to be accurate by upto 120 decimal places. The slightest deviation in the decimal value and poof none of the universe would be here.

The question scientist are faced with is why is this constant so precise, for it begs the possibility of a creator who had with purpose set the cosmological constant to its particular value.

The concept is called antropic theory, whereby constant values discovered by physics are the results of an intelligence being who made them that way.

Science, however, rejects the premise of a creator as prooving that a creator exist is not scientifically possible.

So, cosmologist came up with the idea that instead of this being a sole universe there is the possibility of existing a multiverse, or many universes having their own laws of physics and their own unique constants.

The physicist breadthed a collective sigh of relief as they thought to avoid the notion of the universe needing a creator in order for it to exist.

But, there was a problem in their idea that came back full circle. With the idea of a multiverse there is the possibility that at least one of these multiverses possesses life just like our universe and that the life in that multiverse is greatly superior in intellect than our own. Indeed, so superior to our intelligence and capability that this universe could actually be it's creation and that this universe is actually a simulation, like a computer program.

And now you know what I have been thinking about for the last seven years ( I credit God's spirit of wisdom for the insight I have known that scientist are only seriously pondering now)

Needless to say the great thinkers are back to scratching their chins and reviewing their mathematics and physics for a possible explanation, when every person who believes in God already have one.

see the video
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7044753105944203252

Try as they might, God will not be worked out of the equation!

Praise the Lord Jesus Christ, amen
We have come to be by spontaneous combustion according to the world.

3default Re: Does God really exist? on Sun Jul 22, 2007 2:46 pm

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