Category 'Science'


Proof of God

August 28, 2015 | Under Journey of Faith, Science | Posted by | 1 Comment

This week’s blog post is the flyer for a conference I am giving outside Orlando in early October. It’s going to be an amazing weekend where I will preview sections of the new book I am writing, called “Proof of God.” Please spread the word. Thanks for reading. PROOF OF GOD October 2 – 3,…

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Seeing Clearly

March 6, 2015 | Under Atheist Pseudo-Science, Science | Posted by | No Comments

You probably know your eyes have photocells that react to light. You may not know they are pointed away from the light. They are “reverse-wired,” with biological wires sticking out on the side nearest the light. This didn’t make sense. Atheists argued it couldn’t have been by design. “It is the principle of the thing…

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The Scarcity of Information

February 22, 2015 | Under Science | Posted by | No Comments

One of the key points of my book is you need information to build a universe or to build a living creature, and you can’t get information by chance. Darwinists like to claim that, given enough time, anything is possible. Here’s a wonderful analogy that helps to show how wrong that claim is. You recall…

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A Granddaughter Is Born

February 9, 2015 | Under Science | Posted by | No Comments

I’ve gotten a little behind in my blogging, and one reason is the birth of my first grandchild, a girl, on January 28. I was able to see her at the hospital the day she was born, and hold her when she was six days old. It is another level of experience to hold a…

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The God Theorem

January 23, 2015 | Under Atheist Pseudo-Science, Science | Posted by | 1 Comment

Can a mathematical theorem point to the existence of God? Consider whether our universe had a beginning, as claimed by the Bible. Until about a hundred years ago, there was no scientific evidence it did. Then, in the 1920s, Edwin Hubble discovered the universe is expanding in a way that implies a beginning, or “Big…

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Fine-Tuning Video

January 16, 2015 | Under Recommendations, Science | Posted by | No Comments

This week I thought I’d share with you a great (and short!) video on the fine-tuning of the universe. Please click here: I think you will enjoy it. The video shows how many important constants of physics (the video doesn’t say how many, but perhaps 31) are just about perfect for life, and that a…

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Cosmology for God

January 2, 2015 | Under Science | Posted by | No Comments

Biologists risk career death if they publicly disagree with Darwin’s theory of unguided evolution; notwithstanding the recent scientific evidence (ENCODE, orphan genes, the fossil record, etc.) against that theory. Fortunately, in cosmology and astronomy, scientists are freer to challenge atheist beliefs. The findings in these areas are getting more attention. Cosmology is the study of…

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The Star of Bethlehem

December 25, 2014 | Under Journey of Faith, Science | Posted by | No Comments

Was the Star of Bethlehem myth or fact? I am greatly indebted to Wayne Taylor of Louisiana for pointing me to Rick Larson’s excellent video on this subject. It is yet another example of modern science supporting belief in God. Computers today can reproduce how the sky looked from any point on Earth at any…

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