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Quantum mechanics shocks and disturbs those who have become comfortable believing that our universe consists only of meaningless matter and is devoid of a supernatural intelligence, i.e. God. In fact, many scien­tists are irritated by quantum theory because of the spiritual implications. It rocks their cozy, atheistic belief sys­tem.

By Simeon Young, Jr.

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“And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him.” Genesis 5:24

 

“By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he laid this testimony, that he pleased God. But without faith it is impossible to please Him; for he that cometh to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him.” — Hebrews 11:5

 

“And now for a little space grace hath been shewed from the Lord our God, to leave us a remnant to escape” —Ezra 9:8

 

Since the beginning of time, humans have stared upward and pondered the dark, mysterious void known as space. In the last few years, serious scientific research has proven that there is much more to time and space than first imagined.

 

Our public school systems teach that God doesn’t exist. It is commonly believed by secularists that what­ever happens in the material world happens solely as a result of some other material cause. In other words, the universe is merely a meaningless machine. God is not real! Some tell us that we are ignorant for believing in God, and that we should put away our childish spiritual longings for discovering the meaning of life.

 

We have been conditioned to doubt the existence of God. In school we are taught that humanity is the result of a cosmic accident or big bang. Philosopher Gerald Feinburg said, “Life is a disease of matter.” What a terri­ble outlook on the existence of life. Is there no way out of this spiritual wasteland; out of sciences’ long-standing cynical and mechanical view of the universe? Is there purpose to all of this? Is there a reason? Is there mean­ing? Is God real?

 

SCIENCE ACKNOWLEDGES GOD

Habbakuk say the time when the “knowledge of the glory of Lord will cover the earth” (Habbakuk 2:14). What a hope! We are living in that day, because scien­tists, as well as others, are beginning to get a glimpse of the “knowledge of the glory of the Lord.” They acknowledge that God exists. They have head knowl­edge about God, but they have yet to experience Him.

 

In 1912, German Physicist Max Planck began to study quantum theory. Quantum theory is a study of physics which investigates the motions of dynamic sys­tems, especially in the atomic and subatomic range. His findings revealed that there is more than meets the eye in this particular discipline. The spiritual implications are astounding, and scientists are reluctantly, but seriously, beginning to investigate quantum mechanics.

 

Scientists have speculated that the world is filled with waves of “active knowledge.” They assert that these waves coordinate the entire cosmos. Furthermore, they believe that all atomic particles respond to that “active knowledge.” They might as well admit it. There is a God! Their findings acknowledge His existence.

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