Re: >Re: >RE: What does ID mean?
Glenn R. Morton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 04 May 1998 18:45:52 -0500
At 12:20 PM 5/4/98 -0500, Moorad Alexanian wrote:
>What I mean is that we cannot "predict" what God will do vis a vis nature.
>Only revealed truth allows us to know God. Certainly our natural laws tell
>us something about the Creator, but the laws are descriptive and cannot tell
>us anything about the future of the universe. [I have worked on the Big Bang
>but still make such a statement.] Scientists cannot say for sure that the
>sun will rise tomorrow. I was using your very same word. What I said is that
>we change our minds and know it. We cannot box God by our naturals laws and
>say what He cannot do!
I agree that the laws tell us something about the Creator, but I most
certainly hope that the physical laws tell us about the future of the
universe. I am scheduled to do a lot of flying in airplanes between Dallas
and Houston over the next few months and frankly I hope Bernoulli's law is
upheld each and every time I get on the airplane. If it isn't, then I am
I would say that because God is consistent, we can know that the laws WILL
tell us about the future and that they also tell us about the past!
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