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.
There's a god for every whim, wish and eventuality. Are they really all valid, or do we need to focus a little more? If there really is a God, what is that God really like?
Sometimes I think I'm just casually going to scan through a portion of Scripture in a couple of minutes, and instead the message contained therein comes alive, and I'm making all kinds of discoveries about it, even though I've read it countless times before. The Word of God is truly alive. It has unfathomable depth and significance. It's no creation of man.
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.