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Here’s a great one from her Omega Letter Commentary archives in light of the “goals” of CERN:
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Only the Bible (of ancient theological texts) claims the universe had a beginning: ”In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth”. God added some detail in Psalm 104: ”He covered Himself ‘with light as with a garment’ and ‘stretched’ the heavens like a curtain.” 3000 years later? Science concurs!
The prevailing theory among cleric and chemist alike (since at least Aristotle and Plato, about 400 BC) was that the universe was eternal. It had always existed. The theory itself proved almost eternal, in fact, remaining popular for thousands of years.
When I was graduating from college, in fact, 66% of scientists polled still believed that the universe had no beginning or end. And although some days it doesn’t seem so, that was some time after Aristotle.[….] MORE