... continued ... Friends, nothing cannot do something. Nothing cannot see, smell, act, think, let alone create something.
Can you imagine turning on the news and hearing the newscaster say: “Nothing caught doing something on film!Tune in at 11:00 and see the footage!"
Why do you laugh? Because it doesn’t happen. It can’t happen. And it never has happened!
So, there are three options for the existence of the universe…
A. It has always been. B. It created itself. C. It was created by God.
Options A and B can be thrown out purely on scientific and philosophical grounds. And so we conclude (almost by default!) that option C (that God created the universe) is the most reasonable option. And I’ll continue to strengthen my case as we move along. 👇👇
1. THE COSMOS
Philosophers and thinkers down through the centuries have concluded that there are really only three different possibilities to explain its existence.
A. It has always been. (No need for God. It's just always existed. And someone or something that's always existed doesn't need a creator. It's just always existed.) B. It created itself. (Again, no need for God. It brought itself into existence.) C. It was created by an immaterial creative agent—God.
Let’s walk through these options and consider which is the most reasonable to believe. The first option, that the universe has always been (or is eternal), has been utterly rejected by the scientific community. Why?
The scientific evidence against an eternal universe has demolished this theory. It's not a group of pastors that has scratched option one off the list. No. The scientific community has scratched option one off the list. Why? Astronomers are pointing to the discoveries of:
• the background radiation echo • the second law of thermodynamics • the motion of the galaxies ...all of which have led them to conclude that the universe had a beginning. �I'm not going to discuss the evidences for a finite universe in this article, but the consensus amongst the majority of astronomers is this:
The universe began to exist. It's not eternal.
Stephen Hawking, the popular and immensely respected astronomer from Cambridge University, agrees that this is the consensus. He says, “Almost everyone believes that the universe, and time itself, had a beginning.” [Stephen Hawking and Roger Penrose, The Nature of Space and Time, The Isaac Newton Institute Series of Lectures (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996), p. 20.]
That’s interesting. This is in perfect harmony with what the Bible says (in the very first verse!)… 👇👇 More Below 👇👇
Fourth in a series of photographs made at the Trinity Site. I was intrigued by the juxtaposition of the closed gate with the aged road sign, listing distances to various potential destinations, at its left.
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