|"Can a woman forget her nursing child? ... Surely they may forget, Yet I will not forget you. See, I have inscribed you on the palms of My hands ... " Isaiah 49:15-16|
One of the things I have asked many Atheists is this: "Is not believing in God really logical?" I can understand that, from an atheist’s point-of-view, you can only believe in something you’ve seen or what science has proved to be real. This I can understand. If everything points to the proof that there is no God, then yes, I would completely get why atheists believe in the things they do. But it’s not like that: not everything in the Universe points to the proof that there is no God. It’s almost the opposite really.
You see, the way everything is set up in our bodies, in the world, in the very Universe, directs us to the proof that there was a “great designer”. Everything is so complex, so intricately woven together, yet so precise, that to think that it all happened by accident really is a ridiculous theory. Atheism, whom revels in its logic, really has an illogical point here. Life, and the physical world we live in, could not all have happened by accident, out of nothing. It’s just impossible.
World renowned scientist, Michio Kaku, actually stated through a new theory that there must be a God, or an “intelligent designer”. He theorised this by studying “primitive semi – radius tachyons“, which are theoretical particles that have the ability to “unstick” matter in the Universe or vacuum space between particles - essentially leaving everything free from the influence of the universe. This made him come to the conclusion that the Universe was created through design, and not random chaos.
Mr Kaku stated, “I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence. Believe me, everything that we call chance today won't make sense anymore. To me it is clear that we exist in a plan which is governed by rules that were created, shaped by a universal intelligence and not by chance. “ He goes on by stating that God is a mathematician, which I can’t agree with more.
Although Mr Kaku is not a Christian, he concluded that science can no longer say that “there is no God”, “there is no Designer”, “there is no Creator” – none of this happened by chance.
Now, taking all of these things into consideration, is it really logical to say “There is no God”? Please let me know guys - I'd like to hear your thoughts.
Link to Mr Kaku's new theory: www.express.co.uk/news/science…