Joyanna Adams

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Ben Caron’s Opinion on the Big Bang

 

Nobody Flashes on a Sunday

To believe or not to believe….when it comes to religion, most liberals choose not to.

I just thought that this Sunday, I’d post one of my favorite passages from Ben Carson’s book, One Nation….and how he looks upon the Stephen Hawking’s of the world who see no God:

It is amusing to me that many in the “intellectual community’ suggest that those with deeply held religious beliefs are not science. Ben Carson think big

The fact that I and millions of others believe that God created the earth and everything on it in an orderly fashion is no more anti-science than believing that something came from nothing, exploded and formed a perfectly organized solar system and universe, particularly in light of the second law of thermodynamics, which states that things tend to move toward a state of disorder. Both beliefs require faith in things that have not been proven and neither has the right to proclaim the other as foolish.

There are many components to organs like the kidney or the eye that are useless without all the other components and therefore according to the theory of evolution should not be passed on to the next generation. In fact, according to the theory of evolution, without invoking all kinds of convolutions to the theory, it is impossible for any complex organ system to exist unless it just spontaneously formed over night. That sounds crazy to me, but then again, if you believe that matter can form from non matter, I guess you can believe an eyeball can form overnight.

Belief in evolution is just as much associated with religion as belief in creation. They both require faith, either in God or in man.

If you haven’t read Ben Carson’s book, One Nation, it’s worth the read.

December 6, 2015 - Posted by | Religion, Uncategorized | ,

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