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Dr Vineeth - Scientific Evidence-The Resurrection of god

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54th CMF Annual Conference 2017

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Dr Vineeth - Scientific Evidence-The Resurrection of god

  1. 1. THE RESURRECTION OF GOD
  2. 2. 1. The fine tuning of the universe 2. The beginning of the universe 3. the informational macromolecules 4. The origin of life 5. The consciousness of man 6. The morality of man
  3. 3.  Romans 1:20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.
  4. 4. examples  Weak nuclear force 10^100  Ratio of strong nuclear force to electromagnetic force. 10^ 16 no stars  Ratio of electromagnetic force constant to gravitational force constant . 10^40 small/large stars  Cosmological constant 10^120  Initial low entropy state 10^123
  5. 5. The privileged planet Distance from earth to sun. 2% change water would evaporate or freeze Speed of rotation too slow –extreme temperature variations too speed – disastorous wind speeds. Possibility of a friendly planet 1 in 10^30. 10^24. It seems someone has fine tuned nature s numbers to make the universe….the impression of design is overwhelming. the cosmic blueprint. Paul davies physicist.
  6. 6.  ‘And yet as we stand gazing at the heavens beyond our little oasis, we gaze not into a meaningless abyss,….., revealing a universe so skilfully crafted for life and discovery that it seems to whisper of an extra terrestrial intellgence immeasurably more vast, more ancient and more magnificient than anything we’ve been willing to expect or imagine.’  The priviged planet. G Gonzalez
  7. 7.  ‘Astronomy leads us to a unique event, a universe which was created out of nothing, one with the very delicate balance needed to provide exactly the same conditions needed to permit life and one which has an underlying supernatural plan.’  Arno Penzias nobel prize laurete
  8. 8.  Isaiah 40:25“To whom will you compare me? Or who is my equal?” says the Holy One. Lift up your eyes and look to the heavens: Who created all these? He who brings out the starry host one by one and calls forth each of them by name. Because of his great power and mighty strength, not one of them is missing  The deepest meaning of heaven and earth is summed up in this : the glory of God. The universe was made to show it and we were made to see it and savvor it.
  9. 9.  Even the tiniest of bacterial cells, weighing less than a trillionth of a gram, is a microminiaturised factory containing thousands of designs of intricate molecular machinery, far more complicated than any machine built by man absolutely without parallel in the non living world.  The living cell contains 100 million proteins of 20,000 different types.
  10. 10.  Proteins are the functional molecule in the cell.  Chirality, peptide bonds, amino acid sequence, quarternary structure  Odds of a protein formed by chance is 1 in 10^130  Life requires 1000s of protein  10^40000  Boeing 747 jet aircraft  The existing translational machinery is at the same time so complex, so universal and so essential , that it is hard to imagine how life came about without it.  DNA or protein  Chicken or egg question?
  11. 11. Origin of life  The problem of the origin of life is clearly equivalent to the problem of the origin of biological information  RNA first hypothesis  Metabolism first hypothesis  Membrane first hypothesis  The prebiotic soup
  12. 12.  Anyone who tells you that he knows how life started on earth 3.5 billion years ago is a fool or a knave. Nobody knows.  Stuart kauffman, theoretical biologist,origin of life researcher.  Search for extraterrestrial intelligence project.
  13. 13. Evidence from consciousness/ mind  What is consciousness State of being aware of the (external)environment and (inner) self.  The inner world. Perception, knowledge,introspection, intentionality(will)  A zombie  Just as the kidneys produce urine, the brain produces thoughts, consciousness.  Why should a bunch of atoms have thinking ability, ….. No darwinian evolutionist seems to have an answer to this. The point is there is no scientific answer. Michael ruse
  14. 14. CONSCIOUSNESS
  15. 15.  The complexity of language  Beethoven s symphony, art.  Rational thinking and logic  Free will  The unified I  Near death experiences
  16. 16. The foundation of morality
  17. 17.  Objective moral values  Objective moral duties  Child abuse  Sati  Fydor dostovesky The Possessed  Pseudomorality  The demoralization of our society  ALTRUISM
  18. 18. the body of dead christ in the tomb.
  19. 19. FOR FURTHER READING C S Lewis Mere Christianity Josh Mcdowell Evidence that demands a verdict Norman Geisler normangeisler.com Lee Strobel Case for Creator,Jesus, Faith Ravi Zacharias rzim.org William Lane Craig www.reasonablefaith.org John C Lennox johnlennox.org Stephen C Meyer IntelligentDesign Discovery Instiute Hugh Ross ReasonsToBelieve www.reasons.org Ken Ham answersingenesis.org Francis Collins biologos.org Sakshi Apologetics www.sakshitimes.net David Wood www.answeringmuslims.com acts17 answering-islam.org

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