Multiversalism

G.K. Chesterton said, “When men stop believing in God, they don’t believe in nothing, they believe in anything.” I would rephrase that by saying, “when men stop believing in the Truth of God, they will begin to believe in any desperate lie they can conjure.”

And so it is for the Multiversalists, among whom are well known names like, Stephen Hawking and Steven Weinberg. Most interesting to me is that the desperate lie follows a common theme no matter what branch of science it stems from, (no pun intended.) That common theme is Godless evolution, whether it be Darwinian, or Lemaitrean in nature.

You see, these men know what I know, and that is that the math doesn’t hold up. Mathematics, for example, calculates that the odds of Homo-Sapiens, as we are today, developing randomly from a single cell organism are:

1:100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

And that doesn’t even take into account getting from a Big Bang to the single cell that starts the clock on this evolutionary process. Does anyone even know what that number is called? I don’t, so I’ll just call it “impossible.” The point, however, is, that knowing how impossible the science is, and refusing to accept even the suggestion that there must have been a design, therefore a designer, they had to find a way to reduce the odds. Thus they invented, “The Multiverse.”

You see, the more universes you have expanding, out of control as they spin off into infinity, the better the odds that one of them might actually produce a planet with just the right balance of conditions to allow a single cell organism, by infinite luck, to become an ape and then a human being, as we are today. The trouble is, it may reduce the odds on the front end, those primordial odds which I didn’t include here, but the odds I did include remain unchanged.

Physicist, Paul Davies says, “Invoking an infinity of unseen universes to explain the one we do see is just as [made up] as invoking an unseen creator. The multiverse theory may be dressed up in scientific language, but, in essence, it requires the same leap of faith.”

In other words, the multiverse mythology is not science, it’s religion and it’s not alone among the many mythologies that exist among the various scientific disciplines. The great tragedy is that, in their desperate need to deny the existence of God, these men and women are unknowingly worshiping Satan, the father of lies.

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About B. James Wilson

B. James Wilson is an author, artist, teacher, and student of the Bible. He lives with his wife and family on Florida’s East Coast, where he serves in ministry and writes a variety of history and Bible-based fiction.
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