- Created: Tuesday, 22 May 2018 11:24
Take you kids to the park, the backyard, the beach and think about some of the wonders you can see, touch or hear. Observe the complexity and ponder:
How did it all get here?
Is it enough to think it is just nature doing its own thing starting from very small beginnings and over long periods of time producing the world we see? Can nature do all that by itself.
Is that all there is?
If science can explain a great deal about how our world is formed, is it foolish to believe in God? Is He necessary?
Conversations with our kids No.2 to protect them from atheism: Intelligent Design
In this post we're going to take a look at 'design', one of the common arguments used both for and against God's existence.
It is interesting to note that both atheists and Christians use the same information to conclude that a God does not or does exist, respectively. This should give us pause for thought; maybe it’s possible to be a good scientist and believe in God and maybe its possible to be a good scientist and not believe in God? Are we at a stalemate?
Let’s put it another way: Does the sophisticated and orderly world we know fit best with a purposeful and orderly creator? Or can the natural word sufficiently explain its existence without the need for a great designer?