The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one
that heralds new discoveries, is not 'eureka' but 'that's funny.'
Quote from Isaac Asimov, on the banner of the
Facebook page "I f•••ing love science"
In his 1980 acclaimed television series Cosmos, renowned
celebrity astronomer Carl Sagan announced to the world, "The cosmos is all
there is and all there ever has been." I remember hearing a lot of
people take great exception with that statement because it excluded
God, but I thought, "Eh, so what? Why can't God be included in
whatever the conception 'Cosmos' actually is?"
A quite naïve young man simply didn't see that Sagan was indeed
proudly proclaiming the humanist line shared by millions, that the
fanciful conception "God" simply doesn't have a place in
enlightened, progressive, scientific thinking. This is
tragic enough. What is more significant is that millions today are
naïve in their willful refusal to grasp that the vast array of
materialist dogma has been and still is promoted, propagated, and
perpetuated by brilliant operatives sworn to achieve its rich
dissemination, and that ironically those operatives are heavily
average folks supporting simple neighborhood churches right around
the corner from where you live.
That dogma, by the way, has been given a quite bountiful retelling
in this year's version of Cosmos which concluded this
month. This one was hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson, official System
megaphone blitherer of all things astrophysics, and its main thread
in and around all the nifty science show-and-tell was the statement
in the graphic:
It was retrieved from the Facebook page "I f•••ing
love science", linked from a page about a community
of people who really trust reason, I presume as opposed to
some make-believe deity. These folks are adamant that as long as we
follow the golden scientific rule expounded by all the really
reasonable people like Tyson, we'll all be just fine and no one will
think us smartless. The rule was painstakingly
woven throughout the Cosmos series, we were practically
pounded on the head with it.
The funny thing is, the rule itself cannot even hold up under the
weight of its own meaning. Indeed, because of the very rules of
logic and scientific inquiry it collapses on itself as anything that
could give the materialists veritable standing for their views.
At one point the show featured a cartoon with an ancient middle
eastern man in some swollen headdress sitting on the floor with a number of other
ancient scholars from around the globe seated about, and he says something like this.
"Question everything. Question yourselves. You should even question
what I am saying right now!" This just sounds so brilliant! So
profound! So reasonable! The problem is, if that is true, then that statement
itself should be questioned and subject to reasonable objection.
Please know I'm all for questioning things
— that in and of itself is a fine thing. But in the name of
rejecting dogma Cosmos and the world view from which it
emanates is viciously dogmatic. It seems there are actually many
things one may not question! Throughout the show everything that
is life is always referred to as being evolved. Really? I question
that. But questioning Darwinism is
established as one of those exceptions to the supreme question-it-all
rule. Why? Who says?
Furthermore in an interview about Cosmos, Tyson himself
said he was really uncomfortable with too many questions. Guh? His
point was that any questions that are simply too philosophical get
in the way of true scientific pursuit. The problem with that is a
critical issue with the whole LET'S-ALL-BE-VALIANT-QUESTIONERS
It itself is not scientific, but philosophical.
To say "Science answers everything" is a philosophical statement. So
is all the "Science should be followed and not figments of people's
imagination" spewed forth in a steady stream of propaganda from the
System. At one point Tyson said "Only follow the questions
logical argument." That's rich, because Tyson himself is
extraordinarily poor with logic.
Tyson opened one episode with yet more silly "scientific" dogma,
showing a baby in a blanket-lined basket looking into the star-lit
night sky coupled with his voiceover, "We have no note with which to
understand our world. We're left on our own." Ahh, so he's
tested this proposition through the most rigorous scientific
investigation. Not exactly.
Excuse me, but there is a note that has been left. Yes,
that note is the Bible. And I know that writing that right now would
get any serious reason-worshipper to holler hysterically, but I'm
going to go one further. Get ready, have your pills handy...
The Bible is a science book.
Have you gone apoplectic yet? No? Still with me? All right, I knew
you could. Way to go.
I'm interested in not just the very best, rigorous scientific
pursuit, but in discovering truth wherever that is. And
throughout history there have actually been scientists who have
actually wanted to do that and guess what they've found?
That the truth of things involves God.
And what's more,
that truth can be discovered scientifically.
If that isn't scandalous enough —
especially to the most rabid reason-must-reign sentiments —
World operatives work very hard to sear into your consciences
that this absolutely cannot be. Countless times you hear
"Only that which can be observed counts!" They are so strident
about enforcing their own observation rules and interpretations that it seems they anxiously fear conceding that many other
things can be observed which are true, most notably anything
discovered from observed forensic evidences in historical,
archeological, and sociological accounts.
shattering than that is the equally fearful threat to those ferociously girding their civil religion
God clubs —
the truth that all this
reigning science hocus pocus is an operation which God
actually endorses. It is indeed an important part of Cain's
city God allowed to cultivate at the beginning of civilization
— expressly as an instrument of judgment against those who refuse to
call on His name. The city has not only roads and temples and police
stations, but also laboratories.
Because this subject is so vast I'm not able to spend my entire home
page piece getting into it, but I do want to introduce you to two
scientists who have done this, who have gone to the mat to prove
that acquiring knowledge of God and of His things is indeed a
scientific pursuit. And they're just the scientists that I'm
particularly familiar with, who've published and are pretty well-known for laying
out the Kingdom very scientifically. How many more are there who simply
can't be heard over the deafening clamor of the World's noise?
The first is Stephen Meyer, an eminently qualified researcher who
wrote two books Signature in the Cell and Darwin's Doubt
that have eviscerated Darwinism. Check them out
— exasperatingly scientific! Meyer
has comprehensively demonstrated, using the very mechanistic
processes Darwinists claim so stridently support their case, that
descent through modification is patently false. There it
is, Darwinism put the test, the crucially elemental scientific test
of falsification, and it has been summarily shown to be impossible.
The second is Hugh
Ross, also phenomenally qualified and exceptionally expressive of
the highest levels of grace in dealing with detractors. He has
written a dozen books, but in his most recent
Navigating Genesis he carefully looks at the original
languages of the early scientists —
yes, the writers of Scripture themselves, scientists
— to plainly elucidate those clear
forensic evidences of God's hand in His creation. Those issues
System scientists have with the Biblical account of early life and
civilization? Blown away by Ross. Yes, with the very thorough
forensic testing done — the science in Scripture has been found not false.
Because we can firmly know some things the reigning atheocrats don't
want us to know doesn't mean we won't still have questions.
Fifty-some-odd years ago another scientist named Thomas Kuhn shook
up the scientific establishment with his
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions wherein he firmly
established the truth that paradigms of scientific truth change as
people stop being so stubborn about their own conceptions and see
what is actually there in reality.
Funny, you'd think there'd have to be some brand spanking new
elaborate paradigm for us all to understand the truth about science,
but really, the "new" paradigm is what Kingdom
dwellers have known all along. You'd think it'd be new, but it
isn't. It's been around, it's just whether or not you've been able
to observe it, you know,
See the reality of what things are.
Here are the key parts of that paradigm.
Everything is rational. Indeed, there is nothing
that anyone sees, hears, thinks, believes, feels, or does that is
irrational. The word "irrational" is only a way for someone to
describe something that doesn't fit with his own autotheistic
considerations and to excuse away God and His standard:
whether a thing is righteous or not.
Sorry, but morality, wisdom,
righteousness, charity, grace, reprobation, mercy, justice, law, repentance,
obedience, rebellion, forgiveness,
redemption, restoration, and resurrection are all scientific. That you can't put them in the
test tubes that World officers say are the only ones that count
doesn't mean that they aren't. But that they so rail against
this truth is indeed, perfectly rational.
Everyone is unrighteous. It isn't that everything
is unrighteous, it is that every single individual human being
is unrighteous. Certainly lots of people do lots of righteous things
quite often. But each one of them does enough ugly, rotten, wicked
things to make us all, every one of us, unrighteous to the core.
The fact is, science confirms this. Scripture simple states
it this way: There is no one who does good, no one is righteous. All
stand condemned because of that unrighteousness. It already is. It
is what's what. It's the science. Just like a sea mammal comes up for air, a star beam
goes at about a 186-thousand mile-per-second clip, an electron zips
around an atom's nucleus. It just is: Each one of us is morally
— no one has an excuse.
The World System is authorized to regulate unrighteousness.
It does this in hundreds of different ways with hundreds of
different strategies utilizing hundreds of different tools in the
hands of hundreds of different operatives emanating from hundreds of
different institutions all of whom get their marching orders from deep
politics machinations administered by powerful men anyone can
but refuse to do so because they either allow themselves to be so
blinded or flat-out accept nice payments to stay blind.
Human sacrifice is a regular practice in a world of
unrighteous people. Even unbiblical societies engage in
their own forms of human sacrifice. Biblical narrative reveals it
started with Cain and Abel. The story of Abraham and Isaac
elucidates it. Christ sacrificed Himself to take our place on the
altar, which itself led to that most intriguing twist. Those who've
insightfully observed this widely verified forensic proof engage in
the only authentically meaningful
behavior, scientifically established: Sacrifice of
oneself in the service of loved others, even those others who are the most
Jesus Christ is the scientific translation of
unrighteousness to righteousness. The forensic evidence is
compelling. This One Individual, claiming to be God, said He would
die then come back to life to demonstrate He was God, and then did
it. Through the centuries people who've put their trust in Him
have watched miracles happen, not for any reason than they've given up the
pretense, loved Him, and gone about loving others. A drunken man,
once seduced by the World then genuinely abandoned to Christ, said it like this: "I don't know if Jesus changed water into wine, but
I do know He changed beer into furniture."
World operatives and inhabitants alike will not understand
this unless they ask Christ to open their eyes and heal them of their
blindness. Hundreds of
scientists now know that the genetic structures of living things
cannot have been evolved. The scientific proof is too overwhelming.
Again, check out Meyer, if not dozens of other insightfully bright
scientists. Many of them are browbeat into toeing the materialist
line and confess in sotto voce they're forced to come up with what are effectively fairy
tales and feel embarrassed to later smile in front of the cameras trying gallantly to
The secret to understanding things isn't questioning everything. It is
questioning righteously. It is courageously assembling the
right questions and persevering with them. It is firmly holding a commitment to
seeking and knowing not just truthful things, but gracious things.
After duly detailing the wonderful truths explained in large part by
experimental science, Neil deGrasse Tyson merely parrots the talking
points of the operatives
who've hired him. Think about how brashly insistent he is that we
all embrace the most rigidly sanctioned evolutionary biology, labor to
mitigate climate change, and
interrogate anyone who doesn't believe what they believe.
This is all religion.
But this too is scientific! Why? Perceptively recognizing who's doing what,
where, and when in the great contrast between the World and the
Kingdom is a critical part of finding the scientifically veritable
truth about what's most important.
That means very soberly understanding this final piece of the
not-so-new scientific paradigm.
World operatives delightfully exploit science to delude fine
church-going people, and do so with their help when those people pour money into 501c3
non-profit tax-exempt organizations.
The idiocy of the
World is designed to be that way. It is arranged for maximum control
of a reprobate populace by the officials given the divinely ordained
authority to do so. The System is chiefly comprised of the Roman
Catholic Church and all its subdivisions, the federal government and
all its technocracies, the banking
system and its well-funded foundations and universities fighting to
the death defending the proposition that only the World can define
Quite frightening is the number of young people who are
being so hypnotized by it all. Many who
watched Cosmos noted something I thought: All this is so
elementary school. That beautifully instinctive child-like
wonder and rich inquisitiveness Jesus so commended Himself is being
shredded. No wonder Scripture warns that children in
the last days will war against their parents. But again, even the
most wholesome church-going people are being played. The virulently
manipulated culture war starts at home.
Neil deGrasse Tyson does God's work however much as he rails against
any deity. He is a pawn in the employ of Cain's administration, sent
out from God just as Cain was, and as such will never be able to
question righteously. He will never even "question everything," nor
will any of the atheists, agnostics, and humanists who live richly
by the World. They will remain hopelessly stuck in their old
benighted paradigm, shifting the things in it around a bit to make
it all look a bit more novel at times, but it'll all be still the
But also quite scientific.
They are not only blind but foolishly
going crazy to not look blind. Those who
don't have Christ but are still pretty religious and church-going will continue to
pal around with them, lap up all the Cosmos stuff, and continue to enable all the destructiveness that emerges
from it all.
Those who see it for what it is and
actively decide they really don't want to have anything to do with
it anymore, will do the only thing they know they can do —
Turn to the One Who Sees And Makes Others See.
After all, isn't observation what they really want?
Praise be to the Lord God, the God of Israel, who alone does marvelous
from the 72nd
An "autotheist" is someone who
believes he should be deciding what God would or wouldn't do.
An "atheocrat" is someone who rules over things with "not-God" as the
main pretext, even though to make such a claim they must
certainly know a lot about God. For a bit more on how people behave in the
Catholicist Nation, go to this previous home page piece.
The graphic image just above was
posted by a friend on Facebook, and in it is a verse from Proverbs.
For those who don't quite get it, that "a fool's eyes flutter to
far-off places" does not mean we shouldn't look through the Hubble
telescope. It does mean that when scientists swimming in folly
are told, "Hey. Look here. God," they respond with,
"Umm, let's instead look waaay over there."
Hate to say it, but I think there is a bit of profound irony in
that image of Tyson provided in this piece. As I look at it, it
does look like a giant eye looking down at the man. Is it the
all-seeing eye of Cain's chief
administrator? Or is it of God Himself? Take your pick...
I should make a note about one of those spiritual issues addressed in
the piece, you saw them, morality, law, justice, forgiveness etc. Most I
imagine are easily comprehendable, though I think some may
wonder about the term reprobation. In many theological
circles it represents something specific to Calvinism, but in
this instance it simply means the condition of living by one's
sin without the saving grace of Christ.
A special note about this thing observation is
below. Just had to add it. I know, I
know, adding more, I thought I wouldn't be doing that (see
deleted preface below). But I felt it necessary to have just
this one added remark. Hey, the conversation will always
proceed, as will the observations...
That new word "smartless"?
See this page for its
origin, and my
last home page piece for more
This page gets into how churches fund
the authorized atheocrat's scientific endeavor.
The culture war is elucidated a bit
World enables human sacrifice? That's
on this idea of righteousness,
A journal entry that gets a bit deep into when I first realized
that everything is rational is here,
for those still trying to think up something that is actually
For a web heads-up on Meyer's work, go to
this page. To get to
Ross's work, go here.
December 2018 note: Recently I came across
this very succinct explanation demonstrating that God may be
discovered through the very same standard scientific means
regularly employed by every reputable scientist working today.
Want to check out the Biblical treatise on forensic scientific
evidence in a single chapter? Look up the first letter of John,
the first chapter. It's
here if you want to get to it right now.
The One Who Loves Quite Scientifically.
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Special note about observation.
I'd thought about this just yesterday (Friday July 4), about
the issue some scientists will have about this thing
observation, pointing out that quantum physics has
proven that our observations are unreliable anyway, you
know, the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and all that.
The idea is that the very act of our observing messes with
the behavior of subatomic particles, so there is no way we
could see what they're really doing, predict what they will do next. This leads to the
notion that things like chance and unpredictability govern
what happens to some things.
Now, I'm not a physicist, my fascination with thinking about
it notwithstanding. But I do know it doesn't take a whole
lot of logical figuring to understand that
chance and unpredictability do nothing to
anything. There is always some way that bodies interact with
one another, for some reason, including how scientists
registering their observations about subatomic particles
messes with that. That we can't figure that out yet doesn't
mean it doesn't happen.
It does mean that scientists like to dodge the question,
"Are you saying you not only don't know how it works but you
are quite unsure about how to figure it out?" Not only would
they rather look erudite by saying it's just chance, but
they've established their own "God of the Gaps" by putting
all the things they can't answer about quantum physics into
the UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE answer.
Hmm. There're a few more questions right there many
scientists would rather not face straight on.
The ones who're followers of Christ, however...
(August 2 2014. Forgive me, another brief note, a
two-parter, but yes, very brief. I simply can't neglect to
jot this down after thinking about a couple of things, but
again, brief because again, there is too
much to get down if I'm covering everything about
One, I'd thought about how my take on the Bible as a science
textbook may be interpreted as an endorsement of New Age
propositions such as religious "science", which claims one
can know the things that govern the "God force" and if you
do know those things and tune into them somehow, you'll be
at peace and behave well and all that sort of thing. Perish
Two, some more fastidious scientists may make hay about my
point that electrons orbit atom nuclei, and cry that they
don't exactly do that and we can't really observe them
anyway and all that sort of thing. My point was only to
state things work a certain way and that God made it that
way. Furthermore, don't pass over my note about observation
Preface to the once-briefly considered preface!
The day I'd published my latest home page piece I'd felt I
needed to clarify a critical aspect, yet later felt I was just belaboring the
point. As it is all of this is quite a bit to tackle, so after seeing
the difficulty with trying too hard to "clarify," I'm going
back to letting my original piece speak for itself.
Leave it in God's hands, He'll do with it what He will.
That preface is here, however, for those interested.
Consider it a sort-of "Deleted Scenes" feature just like on
Special preface to this month's feature
Monday June 30 2014
The last touches on this month's main webzine feature had
barely dried when I realized I needed to preface it all with
a critically important truth that I hadn't quite fully
elucidated there. I've simply considered it can't be duly
cogitated without this added note.
Nothing about what I'd written should necessarily be changed
or written differently
— much of the reality of science and today's conception of
science is addressed reasonably and comprehensively, given
the space. But one crucial truth hammered me today that I
feel is imperative to add here. Forgive me.
As you get in deep with this treatise on science you'll note
that the many players have their agendas, all perfectly
rational but quite often extraordinarily unrighteous. I'd
spent some measure of expository effort on the folly of
World scientist-worshippers, without clarifying an
indispensible facet of their passionate hatred of religion.
It is not as much harbored for all the typical reasons but instead it is based on consuming the
industrious efforts of the summarily introduced World operatives to devise religious simulacra
they've been directed to revile.
In other words, if these scientists were exposed to the real
Jesus Christ, they'd see.
As it is a straw man Jesus has been propped up and shoved in
indeed a number of them have been — and those operatives
work laboriously to slot in just the right Jesus that will
keep those scientists in the groove of moving the gargantuan ruse along. Indeed a large part of it
all is the revulsion they have for all things Roman
Catholic, all arranged by the militant forces of the Roman
religious people are so superstitious, thinking evil demons
cause diseases. They are so unreasonable, insisting fairy
tale stories of spirits and miracles are real. They are so
oppressive, enlisting governments to force us to live by
their backwards precepts.
Scientists are consumed by these kinds of thoughts, and for
good reason! They are quite rational! The World System has
so many different faces, and many are drawn to look so
piously and wholesomely religious! Anyone whose very being
feels threatened by marauding social infrastructure raiders
will recoil as violently, and they do so aggressively. So
much so that the instigating forces find great success in
one of their most prominent tasks: inciting the most
gallantly waged rebellion against the reigning hegemony for
the purpose of legitimizing its authority.
It takes true inquisitive fortitude to identify who's
putting those Jesuses up there,
and why. That too is completely rational, for the
Roman Catholic Church must fulfill its commission given it
starting with Cain to regulate the behavior of its city
What does all this mean?
Well, that's in the rest of the story. Let's join together
to pursue this question further in the home page piece with,
yes, good meaningful questioning. And please, I invite you
not to just ask any old questions, but let's think together
about the best questions, shall we?
Let's see where they take us...
This page was originally posted by David Beck at
yourownjesus.net on June 30,