God 's Principles Of God

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God designed nature so meticulously perfect that His imprint is obvious in every living thing. Some scientists want to explain away God. Steven Hawking, once an advocate of belief, in God, suddenly changed his mind. He stated that science offers a “more convincing explanation” for the origins of the universe, and that the miracles of religion “aren 't compatible” with scientific fact. Although very unreasonable, this change of heart exhibits one of God’s basic gifts to the human race: free choice. God will not force people to accept Him. Creationists and evolutionists will argue about the beginning of mankind until the end of mankind. There have been many famous scientists whose works have included God. Nicholas Copernicus, Sir Francis Bacon, and Galileo Galilei, to name a few, believed whole heartedly in a higher being. Although there are many more scientists that align themselves with faith, it seems the more educated a person is, the more likely they are not to believe in God. The human ego wants to believe that we are the center of the universe. It believes we are in control and superior to all things. People called “evolutionists” are consumed with ego - which is an acronym for Edging God Out. They make observations and come to conclusions, but refuse to see the obvious fact: that without God as the mastermind of creation, nature would not exist in harmony. We do not exist by chance. Einstein’s famous epithet on the “uncertainty principle” was “God does not play
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