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The "New Atheists" tell us that science has disproven the existence of an active Creator, the type of God described in the Bible. They claim their theories leave no place for such a Being. But those theories have been specifically developed in such a way as to eliminate any place for Him. Many believers through the years have tried to make their God conform to the theories of modern science, but they all suffer from the same conceptual flaw. They accept those theories as facts. The existence of God may not conform to currently accepted theories, but there is no conflict at all with the actual results of scientific experiments! In fact, if we look at our universe from the correct perspective, we can explain these results in the simplest and most direct manner possible. And we can find an understanding of the Bible and our place in God's plans that is more profound than we've ever had before. Our universe IS a simulation, an idea that is finally starting to get the mainstream attention it deserves. But most people still do not recognize the most fundamental proof of that concept--the fact that it is only being displayed at the minimum resolution required to maintain the illusion of continuity and solidity in any given frame of reference. That fact holds the key to understanding the "mysteries" of quantum physics. And it also shows us how the Creator of this reality can control it--in real time! The idea that our Universe is simply at the mercy of random physical processes totally falls apart when we recognize its true nature. Scientists with an Atheist agenda view themselves as a secular priesthood that has saved the human race from its primitive belief in a Creator. The sad fact is, however, that their Fundamentalist devotion to that dogma has blinded them to the true nature of reality.
Number Of Pages: 124
Published: 22nd November 2009
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 14.61 x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.2