A Reasonable Argument for God’s Existence
As a NASA researcher who designed planetary landers and deep space probes, articles like this sadden me.
Is it our arrogance, ignorance, and/or fear that requires even the concept of a “supernatural” anything? Nature is not enough? She does not provide us the answers we demand?
Maybe we are looking for answers in all the wrong places. I did not find them in the Torah, but clues abound to those whose eyes and mind are open.
Take a look outside your window, and there she is in all her beauty. Look down at the soil and the earthworms, without whom we would not exist. Look into the eyes of our fellow animals. Stroke the leaves of a plant. Look up at the other solar systems. Do you see species far superior to us that have learned to give nature the respect she deserves?
I do not find it beyond comprehension to believe in the “vanishingly small” (NOT) odds that the “astonishing complexity ” (NOT), intelligence and mystery (NOT) of life came about as a result of chance. Vanishingly small? What do you consider the odds of a successful landing on Mars? Astonishing complexity and mystery? Only to those without knowledge and understanding.
I do find a “supernatural” anything to be beyond comprehension because such an entity is simply not necessary. It is our hubris that creates gods in our own image and makes us a legend in our own minds.