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Greatest Story Never Told
Conclusions by Scientists: to all these discoveries?
The result of these recent discoveries is that many and an increasing number of eminent scientists in relevant disciplines such as cosmology, physics, biology etc., now agree there is no longer any rational basis not to acknowledge that there is a creative intelligence behind the origin of the universe.
Yet inevitably you’ll still hear that old chestnut: “There’s no such thing as God. It all started with the big bang.”
Science isn’t even close to figuring out the origin of the universe. But people assume science has sorted it all out. This is where the saying “a little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing’’ comes in. The only ones who think science knows it all are people who know a little bit of scientific information and think they know a lot. The experts are not so confident that they have it all figured out.
The most intelligent men and women on earth are still struggling to figure out the mysteries of this world with its breath-taking and incredible complexity. More and more of them are starting to believe that something far greater than we can conceive of has had a hand in its complex design.
I, like many others, including 51% of scientists in America would add, if one accepts that there is a creative intelligence behind the origin of the universe, it surly follows as night follows day, that if that creative intelligence went to the trouble of creating such a complex universe, including human life, the only species in this vast universe that we know of, that can reason about and acknowledge this creative intelligence, that intelligence probably had a good reason for doing so.  Again if they went to that much trouble they would most likely provide something like a hand book to let us know why they did it, and what it is they want of us.

The only guide/book in the world that comes anywhere close to this is the Bible

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