Sunday, 15 February 2015

The Science of God

"Science disproves the existence of God."

Who hasn't heard a plethora of people espouse that belief? But does it really? What if the reverse was actually more likely the truth? What if, contrary to many atheistic dogmas, science actually proved the existence of God? Could it be that what science is really saying is what the church has been saying all along, namely that "God's not dead, He's surely alive" (to borrow a line from the Newsboys)? I like to think so. 

I would like to dedicate this post to all my many friends who would call themselves either 'atheists' or 'agnostics,' and I do so with all due respect. Just as this blog is called Rethinking Faith and Church, largely because of a lot of "rethinking" I myself have done on spiritual matters since leaving the institutional church, I would challenge you, my friends, to also do a little "rethinking" as you watch the following video from Prager University, and that you do so with an open mind.

Maybe, just maybe, you'll begin to see that God is very much alive, and if that is true, then maybe it's not such a far stretch from there to see that such a God really does LOVE you too. That is my prayer.

"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." (Genesis 1:1)

Photo Credit: Fred Locklear; Flickr Creative Commons

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