Monday, 10 March 2014

The Problem with The Cosmos

Materialistic dogma cannot account for beauty in the cosmos. Image courtesy of J. Hester and P. Scowen, Arizona State University/NASA.

Joel Kontinen

Carl Sagan’s Cosmos series included his belief in a purely materialistic universe: Time and again he claimed: “The Cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be."

This, of course, is not a scientific claim but rather a philosophical one.

The new Cosmos series, hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson, repeats this same atheistic dogma.

We know that natural laws cannot bring the cosmos into existence. The universe looks designed, which is something Cosmos will not admit. Instead, it dwells on the persecution of the 16th century monk and philosopher Giordano Bruno.

However, Darwinists have turned out to be much more intolerant of dissenters than the Catholic Church is or was or ever will be.

Ben Stein’s film Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed shows unambiguously who the real persecutors are in our days. They are the ones who do not want to allow any criticism of materialistic dogma that often masquerades as science.