Title: Evolution: A Theory in CrisisAuthor(s): Michael Denton
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The whole point of the “Einstein’s big blunder” article is that Einstein originally believed in a universe with no beginning and no ending and he considered it the biggest mistake of his career. When he dropped the fudge factor and accepted the implications of an expanding universe, the big bang theory came into being.
I really do have a new theory of evolution.
When you say that 99.9% of species are extinct (a statistic that I question BTW) and therefore there is no design – or that if there was a designer men would not have nipples – you are making a theological statement about what you personally think a designer would or would not do.
I am not 100% sure there is a God. To say I am would be ludicrous.
Of course I would never argue with something like Entropy. All I have been saying is IF there is no beginning and no ending, and the Universe has existed forever and we live in some tiny corner, then Entropy would not apply, that is all. There is no way to prove that of course but if the Cosmos has existed forever, that question, along with who designed it, is meaningless.
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So can I ask, are you 100% sure that there IS a God? I know you are 100% sure of your faith but the very meaning of faith is believing in something in the absence of evidence. As a person of faith, can you admit that you don’t know either? I thought that would go against the very idea of being a Christian (I was raised Christian so I know) admitting that you are not sure about God.
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I am 99.9% sure there isn’t a God anywhere in the Cosmos, as one is not needed if the Universe has simply always been as I believe. Meaning no beginning and no ending so if that was the case, then a creator is not needed (and a “causeless” universe) Yet, no matter how much I know or say I know, I can never be 100% sure there is no intelligent designer to the Universe. However, nowhere in what I just said did I use the word faith.