Wednesday, May 05, 2010
[Trailer for Evan Almighty]
I recently watched at the gym a little segment of the movie "Evan Almighty", which features an American Congressman who is told by God to build an ark.
What I thought was interesting was how during the first segment of the movie, newly elected Congressman Evan Baxter is constantly experiencing obviously supernatural events, yet he continues to deny that anything supernatural could be happening. He witnesses before his eyes bizarre, naturally unexplainable occurrences yet for a long time ignores them.
Of course, the movie is merely a silly comedy, however it reminded me of many discussions I have had with skeptics and atheists.
I have demonstrated the truth of Judaism, first, from the Watchmaker Principle and what I call the Anti-conspiracy Principle. Then from the unique structure of Jewish literature. I have pointed out the unique wisdom of the Torah and the Torah's remarkable candor.
Regarding questions from science, I have found plausible solutions   . Furthermore, I have debunked the Documentary Hypothesis and evolution.
Atheists simply respond with a barrage of logical fallacies, all merely to rationalize a debauched lifestyle, which will end badly.
God is constantly calling to all the "Evans" out there. How many will listen?
Posted by jewish philosopher at 4:58 AM