posted on Sep, 14 2010 @ 10:40 AM
Greetings my friends,
I have not read the whole thread, so please forgive me if I am redundant.
Mr. Hawkings is in error due to his limited ability to see the whole.
He cannot see that God created the universe because he has not the sight to see that the universe IS God. All he sees are the individual parts. I
certainly can't begrudge him for this. All any of us SEE are the individual parts. We are incapable as humans to see the whole of God.
We know he exists by the exact nature everything is held together and behaves. It all moves in an exact precision which defies any chance of random
occurrence. If it wasn't for these strict laws of motion, atoms would not hold together. Electrons would collide with each other, spinning off into
nothingness, molecular bonds would be impossible.
It is the arrogance of man that disputes there is a God. We discover laws of motion and slap our names on them as if these things happen because we
told them to, when all we did is discover how something greater than us told them to.
It is also the arrogance of man to limit the greatness of God. We declare that we know his truth and force it upon others. We forget that God gave us
all eyes to see and a mind to comprehend his creation.
So, to not ere in that regard, I will say that Mr. Hawkins is correct for him. However, his truth has no bearing on my own.
Judge not, love all, live in peace.