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This is more important–logically–than you might realize…

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According to Rice Broocks¹

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   “The world and everything in it can be explained by natural causes with no need for any ‘supernatural shenanigan,’ as physicist and atheist Lawrence Krauss² puts it. The theistic worldview believes that the order and information in the physical universe point to an intelligent mind behind it all. [But]

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“Information itself is a nonmaterial entity with no mass or physical quality. To the materialist, this [however] defeats the notion that only physical things are real. The nonmaterial nature of information joins the list of other nonphysical realities that scientists depend on to make their hypotheses, observations, measurements, and conclusions. These include mathematics, reason, and the laws of logic. Science itself rests on the assumption that these things are true.

   “The proponents of the atheistic worldview hope we don’t notice that this view doesn’t rest on cold, hard facts but rather on a set of presuppositions.”

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   ¹ From Rice Broock, Man, Myth, Messiah: Answering History’s Greatest Question (Thomas Nelson, 2016), p.5. This is the book behind the recent movie, “God’s Not Dead 2. I got my copy at Wall-Mart. We, as usual, have used color and boldface to assist in quick reading. We will look more at this book in future posts.

   ² We mentioned Lawrence Krauss in Post #514.