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BY THEIR WORKS YOU SHALL KNOW THEM

The only place where a form of communism has ever worked satisfactorily, but not perfectly, is in a convent or monastery. But these successful communistic groups were not built by the use of concentration camps, treachery, and torture. They were built by revolutions which occur in the souls of men.

CONCORD BETWEEN SCIENCE AND FAITH (C. 1958)

Once the scientist has exercised faith in the Creator of the universe this faith can only grow as a result of his or her studies.

NATURALISM MUST BOW TO THEISM (C. 1958)

THROUGHOUT all the ages of human history man has asked three profound questions: Whence came I? Why am I here? Where am I going? Many hundreds of books on metaphysics have dealt with these questions. The riddle of existence is an age-old problem. The thesis of this chapter is that theism provides the most satisfactory answer to a rational mind.

THE GREAT DESIGNER (C. 1958)

The most funda­mental rational reason for my belief in God is one which has been greatly bolstered by my engineering experience. Modern physics shows me that Nature is unable to order herself.

TRILLIONS OF LIVING CELLS SPEAK THEIR MESSAGE (C. 1958)

An Organizer of the universe is necessary to the creation of a cell—and to the minds of reasoning men search­ing for a first cause.

THINGS A FRUIT RANCHER’S BOY LEARNED (C. 1958)

Continued study of many organisms, especially in the fruit fly, indicates that most mutations are lethal.

SCIENTIFIC REVELATIONS POINT TO A GOD (C. 1958)

The higher the evolutionary developments to which a creation leads, the stronger the evidence of a supreme intelligence behind that creation.