Friday, December 19, 2014 4:49 AM

Begottten by God and Belittled by Science

Friday, December 19, 2014 4:49 AM
Friday, December 19, 2014 4:49 AM

The unbelieving scientific world has had a problem, but it is not a new problem. Great names of science and philosophy such as John Locke, David Hume, Jean Rousseau, and even Charles Darwin were raised as Christians and in their late life had doubts about all of their writings against God. Now we have another one, Stephen Hawking, on his 70th birthday celebration, sent to the conference, that was honoring him, a pre-recorded message.

Here is a quote from that message.

"A point of creation would be a place where science broke down. One would have to appeal to religion and the hand of God."

In other words, Hawking’s worries about needing a divine kick-starter.

“It is rather ironical that in the sixteenth century some people resisted advances in science because science seemed to threaten belief in God; whereas in the twentieth century scientist have resisted because it threatens to increase the belief in God.” (John Lennox)

All that science can put into experiments and theories are effects…they have no information whatsoever about the cause. Before science there was superstition and everything that happened was a random event. The first proofs of science demonstrated that effects are not random and most events have a demonstrable cause. Superstition now had an answer.

After all of the progress of science, science wants to now say that the one and only thing that did not have a cause is creation. The things that science will do to deny God…science will even deny itself.

The beginning was begotten by God, and it is belittled by science.

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