To me the idea that the universe created itself and ended up producing Beethoven's Sonata NO.14 in C is the most ridiculous, preposterous idea that could be imagined.
One of the BBC's foremost science broadcasts can tell you a lot about the fragility and weakness of the theory of evolution, if you're prepared to look and listen between the lines.
While secular scientists claim to have backed the concept of God into a corner by explaining things in physical terms instead of what they dismissively and condescendingly describe as superstition, the truth is that the physical universe and all the laws they observe were created by God in the first place.
Guliuzza stressed that we need to stop seeing creatures as being passively shaped by their environments, as Darwinism asserts, and to start seeing them as active problem-solving entities, designed to adapt (to a limited extent) enabling them to fill the earth according to the will of God.
The number one reason people will give for not seeking or believing in God, so I'm told and so I gather, is the amount of suffering in the world. If there really were a loving God, we think, there would be no wars. There would be no crime, no disease, and no hunger or poverty...