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Professor Stephen Hawking died last week still an atheist. He was famous as a theoretical astrophysicist, working in the areas of general relativity, quantum gravity, and his theories about black holes.
Hawking's work was directed towards excluding the need for God as the creator of the universe. In the end, Hawking embraced the delusion that the universe created itself out of nothing.
Hawking stated clearly that there was no need for God now that he and others had figured out a better explanation for the existence of the universe. He claimed to have proven that its self-creation from nothing was inevitable due to the law of gravitation.
How far has so-called "science" descended from the heights of Newton, Kepler, and others! Newton particularly believed that God is a personal, perfect, all-powerful Creator Who made the world, and indeed, is required to sustain it. Newton's work was meant to direct all men to understand that a Creator is responsible for all that we see.
But today, much of science has been subverted into vain philosophy, speculation, revisionist history, and mysticism.
Science is supposed to be about collecting observations, and drawing logical inferences and rules from the facts. But it's not real science until the rules are tested by experimentation. The scientist must be able to control the experiment and change a condition to produce the predicted outcome.
But explanations about how things came to be are not science. They are faux history without proof or factual basis.
Men deliberately corrupt science in order to banish God from their minds, and rebel against Christ, even though the creation declares His power and authorship.
John Pittman Hey was born in 1961 in Jackson, Mississippi, to Godly parents who from the beginning raised him in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. With child-like faith he came to Christ on his fourth birthday at his mother's knee. He received his education at church school,...