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DEFENSE MECHANISMS IN NATURE

How could such an unusual habit evolve to reveal the warning colour pattern so perfectly? How did the insect know it was there, and could be menacing?

OF FLOWERS AND THE BALTIMORE ORIOLE (C. 1958)

Unfortunately, increase in factual knowl­edge has not resulted in greater recognition of God. Rather it seems that man has felt that by explaining something he has eliminated the need for a God.

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.

THE UNIVERSE UNDER CENTRAL CONTROL (C. 1958)

Popular conceptions are often misleading. It is, for instance, generally believed that science is like a brilliant and talkative old man who knows all the answers. Instead, science is like a young man who asks a lot of questions. He does much thinking and pondering. He attempts to keep careful, classified notes. The typical scientist is never satisfied that he has the final truth on anything at all.

CHEMICAL LAWS AND GOD (CIRCA 1958)

What is the directing force that underlies the laws of statistics? When one applies the laws of chance to the proba­bility of an event occurring in Nature, such as the formation of a single protein molecule from the elements, even if we allow three billion years for the age of the earth or more, there isn’t enough time for the event to occur. Only by postulating a directional Force with a purposeful end can we account for the harmony and order which have come from chaos.

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.

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.

FOOTSTEPS OF GOD IN THE PLANT WORLD (C. 1958)

The Divinely artistic beauty of plants—stems,leaves and flowers—greatly exceeds that which the greatest genius among men has produced.

PHYSICAL EVIDENCES OF GOD (C. 1958)

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

LET’S LOOK AT FACTS, WITHOUT BENT OR BIAS (C. 1958)

If only all scientists would consider the evidence of science here described with the same honesty and lack of prejudice with which they evaluate the results of their own research; if only they would let their intellects rule their emotions; then they would be compelled to acknowledge that there is a God.

THE ANSWER TO THE UNANSWERED QUESTIONS (C. 1958)

If one could prove that there is a God in the same sense that one proves the Theorem of Pythagoras in geometry then belief in God would be compulsory.

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.

THE ORIGIN OF THE WORLD -BY CHANCE OR DESIGN? [c. 1958]

Only Infinite Mind, that is God, could have foreseen that such a molecule could be the abode of life, could have constructed it, and made it live.