In response to climate-change cataclysmic predictions, some wonder: “Why save for the future if there is no future?”
“…more and more people using screens at work….When we finish, do we really want to stare at a screen some more?”
Some have misrepresented the Bible as teaching a “fixity of species” – i.e. that all species stay the same. But instead the Bible speaks of “kinds” and those kinds can involve a lot of changes, like all cats descending from just one cat kind…even as they all still stay cats.
Statistics can be twisted this way and that, so what’s commonly being reported in the media can turn out to be the complete opposite of the truth. In this example, you may have heard recently that conservative Protestants have miserable sex lives, and are indulging in porn at a similar rate to the world. The truth is very different.
Our planet, solar system, and the universe are improbably fine-tuned for us to thrive. How could everything happen to be just so? The secular world offers up the multiverse theory. They say that while it is too improbable to believe our universe could be this fine-tuned if we had just the one chance at it, the odds could be improved if there were actually billions upon billions of other universes out there – then this would just happen to be the one where everything lined up right.
But what evidence is there for the multiverse theory? Just as much as there is for leprechauns. Or unicorns. Or fairies.
Yet, this is what secular “science” offers us.