What does it mean that we can comprehend our Universe? Why is it a big deal?
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Dave: Albert Einstein has been quoted as saying, “The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible.”
Jeff: We’ve only got 60-seconds – but pause for a second and think about the immensity of that statement!
Dave: Okay, enough…
we can understand the world around us. The fact we can comprehend things, and our universe isn’t pure randomness means something!
Jeff: If, flying in a plane, you looked down and saw a lone island with all the rocks organized to spell out H-E-L-P, you would never say, “What, what a coincide of natural formation!”
Dave: It’s comprehensible. And because it is, you know intelligence was at work.
Jeff: Stephen Hawking, who is not a Christian wrote, “It would be very difficult to explain why the universe should have begun in just this way, except as the act of a God who intended to create beings like us.”
Dave: For more information read, Dr. Hugh Ross’ book, “Why the Universe Is the Way It Is.”
Why the Universe is the Way It is by Dr. Hugh Ross