Even the renowned astronomer and infamous atheist Carl Sagan reasoned, "It's cosmos or chaos," because he intrinsically knew it must be one or the other, i.e., either planned order or random disorder. The Hubble telescope certainly has given us a closer view and perspective of the vastness of our ordered universe, and our atom smashers give us a glimpse of the infinitesimal likewise.
Some time ago, C-SPAN ran an interview with a physicist and author who attempted to answer questions from the audience, like: Why does the universe exist at all? Why is there something rather than nothing? What is the universe made of. And what ignited the Big Bang?
Of course, the young scientist couldn't answer the question without pointing to baseless and unscientific evolutionary theory. It was embarrassing to watch such arrogance and ignorance since secular science lacks these answers and secular scientists absolutely refuse to see the purpose, plan and design that is so clearly evident in all creation — from the grandeur of the solar system to the intricate complexity of the smallest particles. After all, without God, knowledge is merely incoherent babble. What could science even mean or matter with no first and last cause and the accountability that would demand? There is the rub — accountability.
At a university seminar on the state of theology and "evolutionary science," the wise old professor professed: If a Creator exists, the Deity would necessarily be all "truth" or "reality," and if a Creator is all truth, anything outside of that reality is "incoherent chaos" or, in other words, insane or outside of reality. Certainly an interesting line of thought for an evolutionist's argument against creation.
The wonderful message of creation is not one of doubtful disputation — of chance, of time and of natural processes — but of purpose, plan and design from the inconceivable mind of the Creator Himself who calls us His handiwork (poeima).
William Van Amber Fields