Intellectuals are starting to state that they do not know how the universe started, but they still refuse to see God and recognize God’s handiwork. Here is a part of an article by Mike Wall of Space.com.
"I don't think you can use science to either prove or disprove the existence of God" Filippenko said. If we're after the ultimate origin of everything, however, invoking the laws of physics doesn't quite do the trick. It may get us one step closer, but it doesn't take us all the way.
"The question, then, is, 'Why are there laws of physics?'". "And you could say, 'Well, that required a divine creator, who created these laws of physics and the spark that led from the laws of physics to these universes, maybe more than one.'"
But that answer just continues to kick the can down the road, because you still need to explain where the divine creator came from. The process leads to a never-ending chain that always leaves you short of the ultimate answer.
The origin of the laws of physics remains a mystery for now, he added, one that we may never be able to solve. "The 'divine spark' was whatever produced the laws of physics,". "And I don't know what produced that divine spark."
Mr. Filippenko as a scientist finds himself at a place where theologians have been at for a long time. Science does not prove or disprove God; God is found in the Bible, and the Bible clearly reveals that the "Divine Spark" is God.
Published on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 @ 4:11 AM CDT