I find it interesting that we would be willing to speculate about aliens or parallel universes and call that science, but to believe in God is “not scientific.”

Gary Demar writes about this in his article “Aliens: An Evolutionist’s Worst Nightmare” at

I find this all very interesting. With no real empirical data, Hawking and other scientists are adamant that alien life, some of it far superior than our own, exists among the innumerable galaxies, but they are not willing to believe that God exists. Lord (Martin) Rees, the Astronomer Royal and President of the Royal Society, warned that aliens might prove to be beyond human understanding. “I suspect there could be life and intelligence out there in forms we can’t conceive,” Rees said. “Just as a chimpanzee can’t understand quantum theory, it could be there are aspects of reality that are beyond the capacity of our brains.” It’s OK for scientists to postulate that unseen aliens may be beyond our understanding, but don’t ever let a scientist suggest that that a God who is beyond our understanding might exist. That wouldn’t be scientific! Long before Lord Rees postulated such a theory, the Bible describes God as far superior to us in a way that mocks know-it-all scientists:  [Read More]

Why You Should Believe in Evolution

Originally Published on April 7, 2008

Because Richard Dawkins says so!

You can also watch this video where I got it –

I apologize for the one “curse” word and the apparent “censored” words. This video is still worth laughing at!

The Darwinian Myth

I just saw a fascinating quote in a video that I am watching. The author of the quote is Sören Lövtrup, and it is taken from his book called Darwinism : The Refutation of a Myth.

“I believe that one day the Darwinian myth will be ranked the greatest deceit in the history of science. When this happens many people will post the question: How did this ever happen?”

Sören Lövtrup

I don’t know what Lövtrup’s theories about the origins of life or species are, but I love that quote. 🙂

I found a website that has one page of a review about the book here: This review says that Lövtrup’s book covers some of the history of evolutionary theory, including history that predates Darwin. I think I would like to read it but it seems to be pretty rare.