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Can Science Prove or Disprove the Existence of God?

The Big Bang theory was one of the most startling scientific discoveries that threw off many giant atheist scientists of the time.

This idea first surfaced at a scientific forum in 1931. In his paper, Georges Lemaître- a Belgian cosmologist and Catholic priest- discussed this idea for the first time.

Back then, this theory was very radical for the scientific community.

Now, most scientists buy into the Big Bang theory.

As you can imagine, atheist scientists:

  1. Had their field days before the emergence of this theory.
  2. Were comfortable with the governing belief that the universe is infinite.
  3. Led an easy career life.
  4. Could easily explain so many mysteries with ease.

Those field days ended with the advent of the Big Bang theory. Sorry guys 🙂

They couldn’t ignore that matter, space, energy, and time had beginnings…

The big follow-up question was: ‘If these finite beings had beginnings, then who brought them forward in the first place?’ They couldn’t logically bring forth themselves, could they? NO!

Of course, the answer to these questions may vary, depending on whom you’re asking.

Regardless of their religious affiliations, those who believe in God know who authored these fundamental elements of the universe. For us, God is the Cause who didn’t need a cause to exist. He brought forth the finite universe into existence.

So far, the scientific community isn’t yet on the same page about who the Cause was…

Regardless, finding a scientific person- let alone a credible scientist in any field- who wonders whether the universe has a beginning is rare.

Astrophysicist Robert Jastrow of the Goddard Space Institute captured the scenery in his book ‘God and the Astronomers,’:

“For the scientist who has lived by his faith in the power of reason, the story [finite cosmic beginning] ends like a bad dream. He has scaled the mountains of ignorance; he is about to conquer the highest peak; as he pulls himself over the final rock, he is greeted by a band of theologians who have been sitting there for centuries.”

Theologians! They:

  • Didn’t and still don’t have proof of God’s existence that they could display in their churches.
  • Only have had faith that He exists and caused the coming picture of the universe and life in it.
  • Couldn’t, can’t, and won’t formulate a mathematical formula or cook an experiment to explain away their faith in a living God.

Regardless, at the end of the day, science came around and joined theologians to believe that the universe had a finite beginning. The universe didn’t:

  1. Just show up of its own volition.
  2. Create itself infinitely.
  3. Cause its existence without assist from outside of itself.

The universe had an intelligent Cause is no longer a serious debate among serious thinkers. Most credible scientists believe that the intelligent Cause gave the universe purpose and meaning. It enabled her to contain and sustain life in it.

The only difference between theologians and atheist scientists is who that intelligent being is.

Theologians believe that the Infinite and Intelligent Being is God. Nonetheless, they can’t prove the existence of God using mathematical formulas or lab experiments…

Science should quickly take a stand whether it can generate a credible mathematical formula or a believable laboratory experiment to prove or disprove God.

Let’s be honest: As far as science is confined to the physical and depends only on what can be seen, there is no hope for science to prove or disprove God. It is just an illusion. It doesn’t have the necessary elements.

It has to either:

  • ‘Leave’ the physical and metaphysical and engage the spiritual, or
  • Leave it to other institutions willing to do so.

Otherwise, how can science with the current spiritual evolutionary progress we’ve made so far able to get in touch, investigate, and report back the existence or the non-existence of a Spiritual Being who resides in the spiritual universe?

If you’re a believer and your faith is diluted because of some half-baked scientific theories that deny the existence of God, should you risk it and wait for science to prove the existence or non-existence of God? You have limited time here in this physical universe.

You shouldn’t…

Theologians are ahead of scientists when it comes to spirituality. It may take time for science to catch up.

At the end of the day, I hope that science will finally admit that proving or disproving God is out of its scope.

In the coming years, decades, and centuries, I hope that most scientists will focus on the physical and metaphysical to enrich human existence in this universe using their God-given minds and talents. Likewise, it is my hope that theologians too will focus on the spiritual and stop undermining (demonizing) the products of mind and science.

The best scenario, I believe, that God desires for all of us is for the two institutions (religion and science) to complement one another, to serve the purpose of God and the well-being of humanity by creating synergy.

Pope John Paul II once said this beautifully: “Science can purify religion from error and superstition; religion can purify science from idolatry and false absolutes. Each can draw the other into a wider world, a world in which both can flourish.

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AHM believes the importance of science and religion complementing each other. 

  • Science has a significant role in our existence both in the physical and metaphysical realms.
  • Scientific discoveries made the dissemination of the Gospel much easier.
  • God gave us the mind to explore the physical and metaphysical universes, create, and innovate like our Father, the greatest creative genius of all.
  • Science can assist in improving our earthly existence giving us enough time, energy, health, and tools so that we have also enough time and resources to finish our SOUL’s spiritual journey in this universe.
  • Science isn’t meant to be against religion, and vice versa.
  • Religion and science aren’t mutually exclusive.

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  • Board of Directors
  • Accountability Board
  • Leaders
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Walking on the Full Spectrum of Christianity

The need to pass through redemption, restoration, and ultimately reformation

The name Christian was derived from the Latin word ‘Christianus.’ Its literal meaning is a follower of Christ. This name was given to the early followers of Christ: “And it was in Antioch that the disciples were first called Christians.” (Acts 11: 26)

Here are the questions we should all answer:

  1. “What does following Christ wholeheartedly mean?”
  2. How far one should go to be a true Christian?”
  3. “Where does the full distance of Christianity end?”

The follow-up questions to consider:

  • Does it mean just ACCEPTING Jesus as a Savor, and that is it?
  • Does it entail FOLLOWING His example?
  • Does it also require to be ONE with Him?

Depending on whom you ask and at the stage where they’re in their Christian journey, you may find different answers.

AHM considers REDEMPTION -> RESTORATION -> REFORMATION as a full SPECTRUM of Christianity:

1. Redemption.

Many Christians assume that since they accepted Jesus as a savior, they’re off the hook. They become Christians to get rid of sin and condemnation. And therefore, they stop at redemption.

Yes, this stage alone is worth taking.

However, redemption is a gateway. It is not a destination by itself…

Stopping at becoming a Christian for namesake wasn’t what Jesus, for that matter, the early Christians envisioned.

Unfortunately, we see many Churches that don’t teach beyond redemption. They don’t empower their congregation to keep advancing on the spectrum of Christianity.

Of course, we have to give them credit. They’re doing a great job of bringing people to the door. But they’re not enabling their people to get in and enjoy what the rest of the house offers.

Don’t misunderstand me. If the call for that church or spiritual leader is evangelism, they’re fulfilling their mandate. Nonetheless, they should create coalitions with other churches and spiritual leaders to empower the Christians they brought to Jesus. They should have holistic teachings that enable them to advance on the spectrum of Christianity.

Let me ask you. Personally, where are you? If you have a church or a ministry, where are your people? Are they at the gate or are they advancing?

2. Restoration.

Getting riding of sin consciousness and overcoming self-condemnation is mandatory. It is a prerequisite to enjoy the benefits of entering into the Kingdom of God. Redemption allows us to feel guilt-free and fellowship with our Father as free sons and daughters.

However, we shouldn’t stop at redemption. We should restore our bodies and renew our minds. We should also restore our souls that have been battered by our past guilt trip.

Jesus didn’t just redeem us by making Himself a substitute. He restored us to our former glory, which we lost following the fall of the first Adam.

What are you doing as a person or a church/ministry to restore yourself to the former glory?

3. Reformation.

Renewing our minds and restoring our souls, and starting to enjoy its fruits is true Christian living. We need a renewed mind that sees beyond the horizon. We need a renewed mind that empowers us to conquer new heights both in our personal, career, and business lives. We should have a soul that loves, forgives, and pursue its assignment on earth.

Nonetheless, restoration isn’t destiny by itself. It is a manifestation of our redemption plus what we’ve been doing since we got rid of sin-consciousness. We should keep evolving (reforming) ourselves beyond where the 1st Adam left before his fall. Jesus went beyond what the 1st Adam achieved before the fall. We too should continue to evolve in our spiritual growth till we become one with God.

  1. At the end of His earthly ministry, after finishing the race and fulfilling His Mandate, Jesus said: “It is Finished!” (John 19: 30)
  2. Paul did the same but said it differently: “I have fought the good fight, I have FINISHED the race, I have kept the faith.” (2 Timothy 4:6)

Of course, you and I, if we have finished our race, we’d be here on earth right now.

Where are we on this journey?

  • Have we identified our God-given purpose, and begun pursuing it? Paul acted as soon as he knew his God-given mandate on earth: “When God, who set me apart from my mother’s womb and called me by his grace, was pleased to reveal his Son in me so that I might preach him among the Gentiles, my immediate response was not to consult any human being. I did not go up to Jerusalem to see those who were apostles before I was, but I went into Arabia.” (Galatians 1: 15 – 17) He didn’t pursue his desires. He never wavered and hesitated to pursue his mission on Earth.
  • Are we making progress and growing to be like Jesus? Paul didn’t stop at redemption once he got rid of sin-consciousness. He continued the journey on the spectrum of Christianity. He transformed his life and became like Christ. That was why he boldly said: Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ.” (1 Corinthians 11:1)
  • Are we aiming to be perfect like the Father? Jesus set the target for us. Though He knew His followers were just starting, He uplifted their expectations and pointed them to the destination- to become like the Father, PERFECT. He commanded: “Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.” (Matthew 5:48) While on earth, Jesus walked the full spectrum of ‘Christianity’ to set an example. He evolved in their very eyes and ultimately utter this powerful statement: “I and the Father are one.” (John 10:30) Are we advancing forward toward perfection? Do we aim at becoming ‘one with Christ and the Father’?

I’ve a disclaimer here. By the grace of God and the help of the Holy Spirit, can we become perfect like the Father and become one with Him and His Son during our lifetime? Everyone answers this question to himself and herself. Some of us may think this is pride and arrogance. I hear you.

But we at AHM will try to emulate Jesus and finish our course while alive. That is also what we teach others. Will we get there isn’t the question? The question is do we have a target? We have the target Jesus set and Paul followed, that is, to finish the race and become like Jesus…

AHM emphasizes this process. We believe in the need to walk on the full spectrum of Christianity:

1. Redemption,

2. Restoration, and

3. Reformation.

Our blogs, articles, teachings, and programs aim at empowering the people God sends our way to walk on the full spectrum of Christianity.

To accomplish our mandate, we tap into:

  • The teachings and works of Jesus,
  • Christians before us,
  • Scientific discoveries,
  • Transferable wisdom from other religions, and
  • The fruits of science and our civilization such as technologies including AI…

If you share our mission, don’t hesitate to reach out via [email protected] and/or [email protected] We would like to hear how you would like to contribute your share. We always look for those who would like to join our:

  • Board of Directors
  • Accountability Board
  • Leaders
  • Volunteers