Friday, February 12, 2010
[Galaxy Triplet ARP 274 from the Hubble Space Telescope 04/03/2009]
The existence of our universe irrefutably demonstrates the existence of an incorporeal and incredibly powerful Creator.
Nothing physical can come into existence from nothing spontaneously; all objects are merely rearrangements of preexisting substances, but are never really new.
The universe cannot be infinitely old. The universe is constantly changing and change cannot continue forever. After however many billions or trillions of years the stars would have to burn out; everything would have to wear out, wind down and disintegrate. Just as a burning fire must have been lit at some point in the past or a working clock must have been started at some time so too at some point in the past the universe was created and set in motion by a tremendously powerful, eternal and incorporeal Creator, who exists forever, unbound by time and space.
Posted by jewish philosopher at 4:04 PM