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A LOOK BEHIND THE “NATURAL LAWS” (C. 1958)

If the brightest scientific minds through the centuries have studied to learn, by observations of great complexity, the existence and behavior of the various entities, it must follow that the intelli­gence of the One who designed these in the first place sur­passes the integrated value of human intelligence to date.

THE REASONABLENESS OF THEISM (CIRCA 1958)

By comparing the evidences for and against Deity it is clear that while neither side is provided absolute proof, the atheistic view requires considerably more faith than the theis­tic view.

THE MOST VITAL QUESTION CONFRONTING US (C. 1958)

Atheism means strife and war. As a scientist I will have none of it. I consider it illogical and false, as a theory. In its practical aspects I consider it disastrous.

IDENTIFYING EINSTEIN’S “CREATIVE FORCE” (C. 1958)

Many of the so-called theories or facts of science that many people assume to be true are not proven facts.

PHYSICAL EVIDENCES OF GOD (C. 1958)

A little philosophy inclines man to atheism; a depth of philosophy brings him to religion.

THE LESSON OF THE ROSEBUSH [c. 1958]

Science is tested knowledge, but it is still subject to human vagaries, illusions and inaccuracies.

A CONCLUSIVE TEST [c. 1958]

We must be pre­pared to deal seriously with the concept that that God is capable of revealing to us information concerning reality beyond our physical universe.

WE ALL WANT SOCIAL PROGRESS. BUT PROGRESS MEANS GETTING NEARER TO THE PLACE YOU WANT TO BE …

Sometimes the only way to go forward is to go backward and begin again. The most sensible way to go forward is to start from the right place and to follow the right path.

A CRITIQUE OF EVERYTHING: SITUATION ETHICS

The fashionable thought in chic society is that man can change values as he changes his clothes.

EDDIE TABASH: I DON’T BELIEVE IN GOD BECAUSE I CAN’T SEE HIM, BUT I DO BELIEVE IN OTHER THINGS WHICH I CAN’T SEE

How do we know what we know?