Mind, Matter, and Intelligent Design

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Let’s extend our speculations about the nature of spirit and its interactive ability with this material universe to considerations on the origin of life. Source
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Thank God for Quantum Mechanics

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An example of how quantum effects permit life as we know it operates in the nuclear furnace of the Sun. Source
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The Underlying Principle Behind the Second Law 

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Extremely improbable events must be macroscopically (simply) describable to be forbidden. Source
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“Resolution Revolution”: Intelligent Design, Now at the Atomic Level

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Breakthroughs in imaging are allowing scientists to see iconic molecular machines in unprecedented detail. This will be a great boon for design science. Source
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Why Something Instead of Nothing? November 19, Oxford’s John Lennox Goes “Against the Tide”

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Trumpeters for atheism are not being truthful when they say things like “Religion teaches us to be satisfied with not really understanding.” Source
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