God as the Holy Books indicate, is the creator of Heaven and Earth, who has inspired the People of earth, to propagate under His just guidance.
There are some scientific reasons for attenuating this definition, simply that God is not now in a creation cycle; He just maintains life as we know it, and that is the latest we have from atomic and scientific principles; somewhat different than Charles Darwin’s.
Referring to Ian Boyne’s article of Sunday the 21/02/2015, Rev. Boyne goes on to say that some persons believe there is no God, and the world goes on without any influence from a higher being. So-called atheists may not believe in( Jehovah) God but when you examine their life patterns, what you will discover is that always there is something or a belief to which they show very strong religious attitudes and to which they attribute superhuman powers. Like “Immorality, Immortality. Then Boyne refers to immoral and mortal behaviour, so I ask how can any action be moral or immortal, without the being we call God?
From the Theory of Evolution to the Theory of Man-made global warming we can find many popular taught and accepted belief systems which have not been scientifically proven. Some philosophies have not been through the rigors of the Scientific Protocol, they are not supported by any current observational evidence; and they have not been subjected to the challenges of repeated studies; which is the gold standard of scientific research accepted in every academia. They are taught worldwide in every university and funded with hundreds of millions of dollars.
Do we mean to say that there is not some superhuman, unseen force that somehow programmed the millions of patterns we see on earth? The Fibonacci sequence, the sun and moon being at just the correct distance from earth to support life just happened by chance? What are the statistical odds of that happening? Who put the sun where it is? What placed the moon in its position? Whoever or what did must be God for being so intelligent and superhuman. What causes the moon to change sizes and appearance in the same pattern it has for all its life? Whoever put it there must be superhuman and thus must be God. If Evolution or the Big Bang happened as envisaged, the theory of the evolution of man is a religious one. It absolutely possesses superhuman powers and it is must be God to those who believe in it and have faith without no documented double blind study or current observational evidence of man evolving and growing more eyes, legs, organs and ears. That is absolutely a religion. Having faith and belief with insufficient or no physical evidence to support may happen to be religious.
Then Rev Boyne mentions Global warming and secular management in a host of issues and positions – from global warming to – secular people who clearly feel it is worthy to do good in their own lifetime.
There has not been a theory on which so many blatant misinterpretations have been used to support it in the history of the world. And it is amazing that a man who identifies with Christianity has not read of the dozens of lies, frauds and deceitful programs which have been introduced to deceive the world about it.
So let us follow the Boyne logic. Promoting an unproven theory is a good thing. This in spite of data showing that fossil fuels have lengthened the lives of poor people in third world countries and improved the qualities of their lives and that colder temperatures have caused more deaths than warm temperatures; so what makes a twisted interpretation? We are coming to the conclusion that this opinion is being used to assist in the destabilization of the minds of Jamaicans. I am not sure who else sees this, but it is becoming increasingly obvious.
Ian Boyne knows of the global warming lies with their frauds and deceits. Yet he repeats some flawed article-claim with no mention of the other side. Yes clearly, destabilisation is at work.
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