Monday, June 16, 2014

God and The Laws of Science

I believe God works through and by logic and the laws of science. Everything from the creation of this world to how he blesses us have some kind of science and logic behind them. I believe that he is bound by these laws or ways of thinking. Just like how we are bound by the law of gravity and so many others that we face every second of everyday.
Stephen W. Hawking said "It is a matter of common experience that disorder will tend to increases if things are left to themselves. (One has only to stop making repairs around the house to see that!)" Life has a way of just going wrong. Things have a natural way of just falling apart. Hawking continues, "The explanation that is usually given as to why we don't see broken cups gathering themselves together off the floor and jumping back onto the table is that it is forbidden by the second law of thermodynamics. This ways that in any closed system disorder, or entropy, always increases with time. In other words, it is a form of Murphy's law: Things always tend to go wrong! An intact cup on the table is a state of high order, but a broken cup on the floor is a disordered state. One can go readily from the cup on the table in the past to the broken cup on the floor in the future, but not the other way around." How true is this?! I can't even grasp the idea of the broken cup fixing itself. It is just not possible. Because this is not how 'the laws of the universe' work.
John Taylor said, "These laws (which govern the universe) are under the surveillance and control the great Law-giver, who manages, controls, and directs all these worlds. If it were not the case, they would move through space in wild confusion, and system would rush against system, and worlds upon worlds, would be destroyed, together with their inhabitants."
This to me is proof that there is an intelligence running everything. A god-like being that created this world and still has his hand in it now. The laws of science prove it. There would be no way that we could be created, with the great lives we have, with the knowledge and possibilities we have right now and in this moment. It just is not possible.

With love,

"This disorder, or condition of progressive randomness, would proceed uninterrupted unless there were an intelligent, powerful force in the universe that could somehow reverse this natural course." - Tad R. Callister; The Infinite Atonement

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