A psychologist said to his patient: ‘Most crazy people think they are sane.’
The woman replied: ‘But I think I’m sane.’
‘Ah-ha,’ said the psychologist, ‘that only proves you’re crazy.’
The world regards people who believe in God as crazy. As Christians, what can we say to those who assume their evolutionary world-view is proven fact? Sadly, very little – any view which differs to theirs is simply seen as foolish ignorance?
However, investigative science can neither prove nor disprove God’s existence. Still, many prominent scientists declare God is fiction purely on the basis of improbability. Ironically, at the same time they argue that the seemingly impossible hurdles in their ‘theories of evolution’ should not be labelled impossible, but merely improbable (not objective science).
The fact is: all origin theories are based on unproven foundations and personal belief. In the end, no matter what people say, hypothesize or believe, there can be only one immutable and absolute truth which will not bend for any clever theories in science, psychology or religion.
The issue facing all creatures with free-will is: ‘What will we choose to believe?’ Most people will run with the herd, not questioning the popular view in case they are labelled ignorant / bigoted / crazy. However, if life teaches us anything, we are all accountable for our beliefs and the choices we make or don’t make – no matter what people think of us.
He who believes in the Son (Jesus Christ) has everlasting life; and he who does not believe the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God abides on him. John 3:36.