Sunday, January 11, 2015

Has Science Discovered God

World's Most Famous Atheist Accepts Existence of God The best-known atheist of the last 50 years, Professor Antony Flew, made the announcement in a symposium on science and religion, that the discoveries of modern science have led him to accept the existence of God. Flew was joined in the symposium by the organizer, Roy Varghese, Israeli scientist, Gerald Schroeder, and noted Scottish thinker John Haldane. The news was made public. Prof Antony Flew, the world's most famous philosopher of atheism, has become a believer who accepts that there is a supernatural or spiritual force active in this magnificent world of ours. The reaction in the world press was monumental. It ranged from "what a courageous person to be willing to change opinion in the light of the facts", to "he's been duped by Schroeder." Prof Flew said that the main driving force for his dramatic change in belief was the information he read in a book written by Roy Varghese, 'The Wonder of the World', and in Schroeder's 3rd book, 'The Hidden Face Of God'. There is now a one hour video DVD of the episode in which Prof Flew at the end states his change. It is by no means just few "talking heads". The graphics and voice-over are superb. Most of the visual is animated views of the wonders of existence. NOTE: This is a lot of religious hogwash because even if Atheist Anthony Flew now accept the existence of God, he has yet to declare openly and admit publicly that such a God that he now believes to exist is a Catholic God or a Muslim God or a Jewish God, or a what-not God, etc. In the meantime, - if the theologians down through the centuries have never found God, what makes you religious saps and jerks believe that the scientists have now found which or what GOD for the theologians to be proud of and happy with?? Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

1 comment:

Ken said...

Poch, I don't accept your claim that scientific evidence supports your view of there being no Creator. Information science, irreducible complexity, and carpon-14 all confirm biblical creation. Nor do I believe that God constantly interferes with laws of nature. In my view, laws of nature are a description of the consistent way God upholds the universe. But for the sake of argument, why would the universe be understandable apart from biblical creation? If the universe is just an accident and our brains are the result of accidental mutations, then why would we expect that one sequence of accidents could correctly understand another accident? How can you trust your mind if your thoughts are just the result of biochemical reactions in your brain? How do you know your synapses are firing correctly? Perhaps you’re just imagining things, like being in a matrix. Why would there be laws of nature if there was no Lawgiver? In particular, why do we all presume that the laws of nature will work in the future as they have in the past? In my worldview, I can give account for the laws of logic, the laws of nature, and the laws that govern morality. In your godless universe, how would you give account for all these laws?