Sunday, January 9, 2022

The Massacre of the Innocents

Christmas comes with a cruel and bitter pill to swallow after our feasting and joy. 
King Herod knew that the Messiah foretold by the prophets had been born when he saw the star of Bethlehem, but he was depending on the Magi to show him where the infant Christ was. He wanted him killed. But the Magi were warned in a dream that Herod intended this, so they took a different route home, avoiding Herod's palace and guards.
"When Herod realized he had been outwitted by the Magi, he was furious, and  gave orders to kill all the boys in Bethlehem and its vicinity who were two years old and under, in accordance with the time he had learned from the Magi." - Matt. 2:16

A newborn child is a message from God that humanity should continue, among other things. Killing a child is tantamount to killing Him. Mass killing of children is Satanic evil compounded, unless the LORD who created us is doing it, and He has done it for just cause, as any loving parent would punish a child who becomes a sociopathic killer. 

When Moses appeared before Pharaoh - 1,450 years before Christ - with God's message that he must let the Israelites go, which Pharaoh refused, Egypt started down a road it would forever suffer on. Nine terrible plagues (water turned to blood; frogs fell from the sky; lice infested everyone; flies swarmed; animal diseases festered; boils afflicted the people; hail and fire fell from thunderstorms; locusts devoured everything; black darkness lasted for three days) fell upon the Egyptians and barely touched the Israelites. After each plague Pharaoh still refused to let Moses leave with his people and he made the Hebrew slaves' lives harder (before Moses there was no Sabbath, and the lives of the lowest classes and their animals were ones of labor, seven days a week).  
Finally, Pharaoh agreed to let the Israelites leave, but said, "[You] Must leave your flocks and herds behind." 
Moses told him that was unacceptable; that he and his people would starve and not be able to worship God. 
Pharaoh replied, "Leave now, and if I see your face again you will die." 
Frequently in Scripture, the punishments dictated by tyrants and wrongdoers are the very ones they themselves will receive. 

God said to Moses, then and there, "I will bring one more plague upon Pharaoh and Egypt..." Moses' last words to Pharaoh were a warning about a mass death that was about to happen. This is known as the Death of the Firstborn, when God told Moses, "I will pass through the land of Egypt and strike down every firstborn, both men and animals, and I will execute judgment against all the gods of Egypt..." - Exodus 12:12

The Israelites were instructed to paint lamb's blood on the doorframes of their houses, and the LORD passed over them. This is the first Passover, around 1450 B.C. 
Our Creator alone has supreme authority over our lives and deaths. No person or government has that authority, unless we're convicted of cold blooded murder. But you wouldn't know that from listening to the world's pharaohs and kings today; the abortion-happy governments and Planned Parenthood mass murderers. 
God has patience with us and our faults, but He has limits. A new and much larger Exodus is coming:

All the crimes, abuses, and issues of authority that faced Moses and Pharaoh are present today, and much worse. Technology has made us reckless and dangerous. If you give a child a hammer, he will think everything is a nail. That's us.

Globally there are 40 to 50 million abortions each year. This is about 123,000 abortions a day. There are around 3,000 a day in the U.S., and these numbers are rising as the Democratic Party continues pressuring states to make abortion easier, even by paying for it with public money. The Democrats have said for many years that anyone who disagrees with this policy "...has no business joining the Democratic Party" - Keith Ellison, former DNC leader. 

Unless we all make a stand for the right to life of every baby in the womb, we will have a terrible Last Day. Armageddon isn't just a final Judgment Day for the world, it's a fateful event awaiting every one of us. 

Why and how did we go wrong? All the world has been deceived and led astray by so-called "scientific" materialist philosophies that ignore God as a "fantasy for weak people", or as a possibly real but malevolent and dangerous idea. 
Science isn't ever "settled". It's a never-ending process; a method of seeking the truth that depends on honest and open debate, disagreements, counter-arguments, and the testing of theories. It has many limitations which aren't often discussed, but its successes have certainly been dazzling; so dazzling in many cases that its evil consequences are being ignored. Civilization itself is endangered by many recent so-called advances. 

Dr. Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author of nine books and ninety scientific papers, and his thoughts and words on this subject are vitally important:

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Our Deadliest Fault Blossoms, Unrecognized and Unchecked, Around The World

Is there a problem with pride, or "self-esteem", as fashionable people call it today? 

Pride in ourselves is actually idolatry, the worship of false gods. It's essentially the same as primitive cultures' worship of the sun, a golden calf, or a statue of Zeus. All these things keep us separate from our Creator and the Heaven that awaits us:

Thursday, December 2, 2021

Is This Not a Tragedy, Unclaimed Multi-Million-Dollar Lottery Prizes?

Merry Christmas everyone! Happy New Year, too!
Perhaps you've seen news reports like this one: "A winning $396,900,000 lottery ticket was sold at a store in Bonita Springs, Florida, on January 29th, but nobody has come forth to claim the prize. The winner has six months, and if it's not claimed, the lottery will keep the money."
There are sadder things in life, but this ranks fairly high. How could it happen? 
Loss of faith could be a reason, as when someone takes the ticket home and carelessly loses it because they're thinking, "I never win anything. The odds are astronomical. I shouldn't have wasted a dollar on it...." 

This is a good parable for our lives, because there is a vastly more valuable, priceless treasure out there waiting to be claimed by a lot of people. It's their inheritance, but they're fast asleep to it, and caught in a dream. If they never awaken to the truth that something wonderful is out there, they'll never look. 
In addition, there are powerful, dark forces that actively devise ways to keep us asleep, and enthralled with them. Distraction is one way. Fear of appearing foolish is another. 

How can we help to awaken these sleepers? First, we need to check and make sure we ourselves aren't tragic dreamers. We need to use a little skepticism when looking at the condition of the world now. How sane is it, really, the politics; and particularly the media? Is it meaningful and good? It's possible that we got very far off track a long time ago, and are headed for a reckoning.

If we connect again with our Creator, our lives will be improved beyond all measure. We will not die as others do, but will have a transformed body and live in eternal joy, power, riches, and unimaginable beauty. Many millions have passed over to the other side and claimed their inheritance. But God's laws prevent them from communicating the news to us, or even their beloved relatives; except in rare instances, like a "white light" event. Many thousands of these cases have been studied and validated.
This teenager had no heartbeat for twenty minutes and awakened without suffering brain damage, which is medically impossible; a miracle in itself:


Our world is a training and testing ground that determines our character. Many pains and losses have to be endured, and the way we behave through the years reveals everything within us, good and bad. If we knew early on without doubt that Paradise awaits - especially when great misfortune hits us - we wouldn't fully learn and understand what's at stake. Fear and doubt must be conquered by our will, in the face of pain and death, to be the transformative event that delivers us into God's hands. 
All that's required is that we obey the Ten Commandments. How hard is that? Modern society has a million laws, and some are so lame and destructive that they're painful. God has no interest in those. In fact, He's warned us about these snares since Christ walked the earth. Man's laws will get you crucified if you overstep the wrong one. The LORD is vastly more forgiving. 

Here's a real-life story of a real-life hero, the kind who immediately goes to Heaven with honors:

                                                      Tate Myer

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

You Want a Better World? Don't Be a Pacifist

Don't we all want a better world? It depends on our occupation, and if we're happy with our lives and fortunes now. The better our life is, the less motivated we are to change things. A large number of people are getting very wealthy and powerful within the brutal and criminal system they've contrived. They like things just as they are. Entire nations are nothing but shams and criminal rackets designed to enrich the top five-percent and fleece the ninety-five percent. It's been like this throughout history. 

How secure are you? Can anybody turn your world upside down? The honest answer is yes, there are events and people who could do it. We must take steps toward security, and pay more for it if we see weaknesses. 
If you live in a big city chances are you've seen a lot of lawlessness, and a serious uptick in violence of all kinds. Why? Because a certain percentage of people enjoy crime and violence. It makes them feel good, and they sense there are no longer consequences for their crimes, so they will commit more of them. 
Only a competent and rigorous police force is capable of providing an environment for civilization to flourish, and for the greatest numbers of people to feel some security. 
New York City before 1991 was a dangerous place to live. The crime rate was huge, and everyone sensed it was out of control. Then Rudy Giuliani was elected mayor, and the city turned around dramatically. All crimes, from felonies on down the scale, decreased, even as the city grew. Tourism returned, the city was cleaner, and it became safe again; quite a spectacular place to live. 
One of the mayor's first acts was to instruct the police to be pro-active, especially in the worst neighborhoods. They were encouraged to stop and question anyone who acted suspiciously. The police would show up before trouble started and engage with all kinds of people, showing real interest and concern. It worked like a magic charm. 
There goes the pacifist argument; that being nice, friendly, and generous will bring nice, friendly, and generous people to us. As a famous radical - Leon Trotsky - once said, "You may not be interested in war, but war is very interested in you." 

"Why?", you may ask. Because you have property which others want; money, cars, a house, your children, and maybe your life. If you look vulnerable and  weak, certain people will take it from you and won't give it back. Nations go to war mostly to seize property from others and raise their status. They disguise their acts with fake political fig leaves. It's global criminality, and much worse than we think. Very few nations and peoples acknowledge the LORD in an meaningful degree, and they try to elevate their leaders as gods. 
This is an attack on God and all His creation.

How can we protect ourselves? At this point the next question is a moral one, because some of the most admired people on earth were, and are, pacifists and  martyrs. But martyrdom is a calling, and not for everyone. Curiously, Jesus said to His disciples, "Do not assume that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I have not come to bring peace, but a sword... to turn a man against his father, a daughter against her mother... A man's enemies will be the members of his own household... " (Luke 12: 42-53). 
"Watch, I'm sending you out into the world as sheep before wolves. So be as cunning as serpents and as gentle as doves." (Matt. 10:16). 
He also said of the time to come, "The Son of Man will send out His angels... and they will weed out all who cause sin and practice lawlessness... and they will throw them into the fiery furnace where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth..." (Matt 13:41-42).

Christ's message of ultimate love and generosity was pure, as He was pure. Jesus was, "...The lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world...." (John 1:29). 
His mission in life besides healing and teaching was to be a blood sacrifice. Very few of us can say it's our mission to do likewise. There are many other paths to God from this life.  

Try saying this stanza from the Lord's Prayer, "Our father who art in Heaven... Give us this day our daily bread. Forgive us our robberies and murders, as we forgive those who rob and murder us...." Wait. What?! I didn't rob or murder anybody. It's pretty clear there are limits to our forgiveness, as there are limits to everything in this world. Pacifism cloaks itself in Judeo-Christian Scripture, but fails miserably. 

The seriousness of crime defines and demands active law enforcement. Pacifism in the face of high crimes destroys civilization, and is destroying us now. Jesus also praised the faithful Roman centurion who asked him to heal his servant (Matthew 8:5-13). Soldiers, police, judges and jailers can be faithful Christians. They must be for it all to work. 
Here is wisdom:
"To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under Heaven...  a time to be born and a time to die... a time for love and a time for hate... a time for war and a time for peace." (Ecclesiastes 3)

Wisdom is not a friend to the modern world, which never ceases calling foolishness a virtue. Who ignores the wisdom of the ages will walk over a cliff and believe they're flying like a bird.

UPDATE, 11/19: A concerned 17 year-old American citizen who decided not to be a pacifist and instead used his Constitutional right to bear arms has just won a huge battle in a Wisconsin state criminal court. The consequences of his courageous actions mark a hopeful turning point in U.S. history. 
If he had lost his case, the future of the United States would be much darker than it is now. He's shown himself to be a model and an inspiration for many men and women in the future. 

Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all charges - including murder - for his acts on the night of August 25, 2021, in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Rittenhouse, an Emergency Medical Tech, was attacked by about a dozen men and defended himself legally with a rifle, killing two and wounding another; men with long criminal records. 
On the night of the 25th, Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and other anarchist groups rioted, burned cars and property, occupied houses illegally, and assaulted citizens and observers. Many were hospitalized. The property damages on this night, and the following days, was over $2,000,000.

Wisconsin state authorities, and others, declined to prosecute Rittenhouse because video tape and audio recordings from many angles revealed that his was a clear case of self-defense. He's a Caucasian, and so were all his supposed victims. 
But the Kenosha DA, against the advice of legal experts, charged Rittenhouse with a stack of felonies that would put him in jail for life. He faced seven counts altogether, two for murder, one for attempted murder, and four others for reckless endangerment and illegal possession of a firearm.
The jury, the public at large, and lifelong criminal law experts from academia and the judiciary watched for months as the case against Rittenhouse collapsed into a contrary and confused mush. 
Kyle Rittenhouse now has a personal injury lawsuit of epic proportions against the American media, politicians, and even the U.S. president, who used him as a straw man and punching bag in the 2020 election primaries. Kyle will likely receive hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation for being maliciously libeled, slandered, and defamed, globally, for more than a year. 

Friday, October 1, 2021

Fools For Christ

We generally dread looking foolish to others, and sometimes to the point of violence. In ages past when dueling was legal many a man lost his life for making an adversary look foolish. Short of dueling, malicious gossip and lies can wreak havoc and destroy our lives and families. It's one of the many ways we can be crucified socially. Being shunned, ostracized, and ridiculed can be deadly for us if our health is poor, or our heart is less than robust. 

The great French music composer/prodigy Georges Bizet (1838-1875) had enormous success early in life, won prizes, and was seen as a rising star. But he died suddenly of a heart attack at age 36, and few could agree on the cause. Those who knew him best said his heart was broken by the fury of critics who hated his recent works, like the opera Carmen and his incidental music for the play L'Arlesienne. Bizet was forced to move out of Paris, into the country, and he couldn't make a living as a composer. Once he was dead, however, the public and critics praised him and wanted to hear his works often. Four-thousand people showed up for his funeral in Paris. His rejected music is now adored and heard weekly all over the globe.

Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) was lonely and rejected by society in the south of France, and his paintings were considered hopelessly foolish until he died at age 37. Then, suddenly, his art dealer brother couldn't keep up with the demand for Vincent's canvases. Today some sell for over $100 million each. Incidentally, he almost certainly didn't commit suicide. His paintings at the time were not gloomy, but full of sunlight; a pistol bullet entered his abdomen at an oblique angle; there were no powder burns around the hole where the bullet entered; he then walked over a mile to the inn where he was staying and died the next day. Several deathbed confessions of people who were there - and one was a doctor - were specific; some local kids who had been jeering Van Gogh for months had acquired a pistol and were recklessly playing cowboys and Indians. They didn't want to kill him, but the pistol was defective. Vincent made it clear to all that he didn't want any of the kids to be prosecuted (Link).    

Almost all of us want to be seen as wise, which brings status and wealth in many cases. But how do we define wisdom? Or foolishness? There's the rub. What's seen as wise by some is pure foolishness to others. In the Mafia, a "wiseguy" is someone who's a full member in good standing, having proved themselves capable of cold blooded murder; the required cost for joining the mob. 

There are 267 Bible verses that warn us about being foolish, and 264 of them are in the Old Testament. But a funny thing happens in the New Testament where Jesus says, "But I tell you, anyone who is angry with a brother or sister will be subject to judgment... and anyone who says, 'You fool!' will be in danger of the fire in Hell." (Matthew 5:22).  And the Apostle Paul writes, "We are fools for Christ’s sake, but you are prudent in Christ; we are weak, but you are strong; you are distinguished, but we are without honor..." (Corinthians 4:10). Clearly, Paul was being sarcastic. Worthiness in God's eyes has nothing to do with popular opinion, and it's often the polar opposite. Jesus tells us to, "Turn the other cheek... Give to all who ask of you... He who is greatest among you is the servant of all... He who finds his life will lose it, and he who loses his life shall find it... The last shall be first; and the first last." Talk about foolish. Right? 

Particularly now, in our age of science and technology worship, people of faith - and especially Christians - are often thought to be inexcusably na├»ve and ignorant. Science tells us that fixed laws govern all of nature, and only a fool could believe people can be healed by faith in God. Resurrection of the dead is the height of absurdity. But, in fact, we can't be Christians if we don't believe this can happen. And it has more than once: Jesus appeared to over 500 disciples, (1st Corinthians, 15:6-7). 

Science has a terrible record of living up to expectations. Technology hasn't improved our lives to the degree it's damaged them. We're paying a terrible price for "progress". Marxism and socialism have always claimed to be "scientific", but they have in fact ruined many nations and the lives of countless millions. So-called "rational" thinking, science, and technology have brought unprecedented lawlessness; and relativism, which preaches there is no immutable Truth. This means children never learn honesty, and criminality is easily accepted. Not just society, but all the fine arts have been ruined by "progress" and the fear of being seen as foolish. 

We've lost track of the degree of destruction that brought us into World War I.  An entire school of painting, known as the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, was wiped out by modernism; and many great artists went from prosperity to bankruptcy in a very brief time. One of the best, John Godward (1861-1922), was disowned by his wealthy, priggish, and rigid family. Paintings of his that were purchased for fortunes in 1900 were being sold for just the value of their frames by 1915. Ruined and alone, he committed suicide. Here are some samples of his paintings accompanied by the music of Vivaldi (1678-1741), who also was wealthy until the art patrons of Venice, Florence, and Rome turned their back on him. He died in Vienna, poor and alone. But his spirit, in music, is heard and celebrated every day all over the world now:

If you haven't heard of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, you're not alone. They've been deliberately buried, historically, by the French Impressionist art market of the late 19th and early 20th Century. Such immense and quick fortunes could be made by manipulating artistic taste that the temptation was irresistible. The Pre-Raphaelites were British, they often spent a whole day doing one square inch of a painting, and the two countries have been rivals for centuries. The French Impressionists could knock off an entire painting in a few days. Here's a very engaging and entertaining rundown:

The lives of artists and religious people have always been precarious. "The course of true art never did run smooth", to paraphrase Shakespeare. People are fickle, particularly the wealthy and powerful. Fashion and economics change, and the masses who follow them are vulnerable to suggestion and sudden reversals of taste. We should never expect the world to be different until Kingdom Come. But why is modern art so bad? Here's a truthful explanation. It's the Devil's candy:                            

The wise admonition, "What does it profit one to gain the whole world and lose their soul?" is now proving to be true. We've gained - even stolen - the world with our powerful technologies and brazen lawlessness. But the price has been our humanity, integrity, and understanding of beauty, love, and joyful creation; our soul. In the end we will lose it all and die. 

But if we love God and keep His commandments we will defeat death. He will resurrect us to a new and infinitely better eternal life. Our time on earth is filled with stresses, challenges, and pain. We have some pleasures, but the shadows of death, disease, and decay will fall on us. The life to come is 100 times better; filled with joy and riches beyond measure for all eternity. The lowest soul in heaven is happier than any earthly king or queen who ever lived, and more beautiful than she is:

No matter when you die, if you keep the Lord's commandments and believe in Christ, you're name is in the Book of Life and you will be resurrected into the "new Heaven and New Earth" - (Revelation 21:1 and Isaiah 65:17). All the blessed of  various races of the world will be saved on the Last Day:




Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Is The Bible a True Record of God's Word?

 All the evidence points in the affirmative. By far the most telling sign of authenticity is that, from the start, the earliest Scriptures record the terrible blunders, mistakes, and murders of the Hebrew people. From Adam and Eve's shameful fall to Cain and Abel to Judas and Peter's betrayal of Jesus Christ, it's often very ugly.      

Brutal honesty is rare in most literature, and especially in the histories of powerful men and women. If you're an historian and your subject doesn't enjoy what you wrote, your life is at stake. This never applied in the Old Testament. Monstrous Jewish leaders, male and female, committed heinous crimes of all kinds, even sacrificial child burning at times. King Ahab and his wife Jezebel (871 B.C.) rejected God and worshipped Baal, a demon of evil. It's all written down, the good and bad. 

The Bible's authors are all unknown, and they must have wanted it that way so they and their families would survive. And survive they did. At one time there were many dozens of ancient Middle Eastern tribes; the Canaanites, Hittites, Amalekites, Jebusites, and more. Only the Israelites survive, as God promised Abraham in Genesis, the first book of the Bible; which means, "the book of books". 

Other religions are loaded with flattering and flashy stories of human royalty and their successful military victories; gods and goddesses cavorting among themselves and frequently using and abusing people for entertainment; and numerous, confusing creation tales that can't be true or proven. The Code of Hammurabi (1752 B.C.) predates Moses and the Ten Commandments, and is a laudable exception. But it's secular, not based on moral principles or anything like the Word of God. It's a very long and useful set of laws that reflect King Hammurabi's will. The God of the Israelites speaks with a singular will that his human creation must treat Him and each other with respect and love because, "I am the Lord thy God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage."  In other words, He wants us to be free; He's the singular source of all morality; He knows each of us, and we should never worship anyone or anything else.  This is the first ethical monotheism in human history. 

All our modern human frailties, weaknesses, temptations, foibles, and embarrassing failures are displayed accurately in the Bible's 5,788 year-old record. So too are the enormous deeds of goodness, courage, skill, valor, and love. Courageous women particularly stand out. Miriam and her servants saved the infant Moses from execution. There's also Ruth, Judith, and Queen Esther who saved the whole Jewish nation from extermination. It's a powerful message, that our human nature has barely changed in the whole span of history. No other Scriptures come close to the Bible in completeness. There are vastly more sinners than saints. All the world's great authors drew from it, and  still do. 

The complete Hebrew Bible is called the Tanach, and it includes the Torah; from Genesis all the way through Malachi. From there the New Testament records the lives and deaths of those who came to be called Christians. Initially it was an insult hurled at Jesus' disciples and His later apostles. 

Genesis describes God's act of creation, which more and more is being shown to be in accordance with material science. The so-called Big Bang, for example, is miraculous beyond all reason. The hierarchies of matter, light, water, earth, and early primitive life - the "days" of God - coincide with modern research. At the same time, Charles Darwin's evolution theory and all the analysis of fossil discoveries since have turned out to be unsupportable. One of the greatest geneticist/mathematicians in the world proves this:

But, you may ask, how do we know the Bible is even authentic? Maybe it's just a recent invention?  The first evidence of Hebrew letters date back to ca. 1500 B.C. and were found in the Sinai Peninsula. They were carved in stone during the time of the Exodus, and are known as the Serabit el-Khadim Inscriptions (Link)

The earliest Old Testament writings we have are sheets of silver foil inscribed with the Priestly Benediction from the Book of Numbers, Chapter 6:24-26 ("May the Lord Bless you and keep you. May the Lord let His face shine upon you...") dating from the 7th Century B.C., known as the Ketef Hinnom Scrolls, found in a burial cave.

The Dead Sea Scrolls are the second-most ancient writings from the Old Testament. There are 230 manuscripts dating from 250 B.C. onward. Letter for letter they agree with other complete testaments from 1000 years ago. From the most ancient times, Jewish scribes demanded that every hand written copy (the first printing press wasn't invented until 1440) must be letter-for-letter perfect. A major problem for writers in ancient times was that papyrus (the earliest kind of paper) is a plant fiber that can't last very long. Only stone, sheet metals, and fired clay can last for thousands of years, and these were used also to establish the truth of ancient Israel. Fortunately, there are archaeological discoveries being made every year in the Middle East and the Holy Land that reaffirm many of the Bible's descriptions of people, places, and events:

Of course, there are many doubters in the academic and social realms, but their credibility can be judged by asking them one question, "Do you believe in God?" If they don't, then no amount of evidence will have any effect on them. Next, ask them, "Do you believe in the Judeo-Christian God?" If they answer no, we can ignore their opinion. Their minds are closed to Truth. 

Aside from the truthfulness of the Bible, the second most common complaint is it's seemingly male-oriented view. The Lord is referred to as "He", and many women feel threatened by the "patriarchy", which supposedly is the source of most evil. But this complaint is actually groundless, and here's why:

Have you ever wondered how the Bible could be correct when modern scientists claim they've accurately dated the age of the earth at 4.5 billion years? God created the earth about 6,000 years ago, according to Biblical reckoning. 

You may be shocked to discover that there's a huge body of evidence proving that modern radiometric dating (the accepted scientific method of determining the age of rocks) is wildly inaccurate. Rocks from recent lava flows at Mount St. Helens, Washington; and New Zealand's North Island have been taken to multiple laboratories for radiometric dating (which measures radioisotope decay) and the tests claimed the 40 to 60 year-old rocks were several billion years old. Modern science is based on many faulty assumptions:

Sunday, September 12, 2021

Four Scientific Proofs That God Created the Universe and All Life

Number 1: The so-called Big Bang is recognized by 95% of astrophysicists as an inarguable fact. In a single moment - probably 13.7 billion years ago - all of space, time, and matter came into being out of nothingness. Our minds can't conceive of this. It's a miracle of all miracles. 

Number 2: The physical universe we see at night, or through the Hubble Space Telescope, is inconceivably huge. The light that comes here from the farthest edge of the cosmos shows galaxies in their earliest stage of creation; blurry orange embryos of star groups organizing themselves. But the most incredible thing is the light shows a "red shift", which means they're accelerating away from us at nearly the speed of light, 186,000 miles per second. What is the force pushing them outward? It's a total mystery that astrophysicists call "dark matter". It's something that can't be detected, but incredibly, 
makes up 80% of the universe:


Number 3:  The DNA codes in the cells of every living thing are literally blueprints for the thing it will become. It's so unbelievably complex that until powerful supercomputers came along in the 1990s, science had no hope of understanding the DNA codes. The breakthrough came when geneticists succeeded in isolating the codes of the most basic life form that could be worked with, the tiny nematode worm. It took years, but the scientists finally detected 3,000,000 DNA "bases"; just 3% of the one-hundred-million DNA bases of the simplest worm on the planet (Link)
We humans are, needless to say, vastly more complicated. Our organs work with unbelievable efficiency and harmony - most of the time. 
The decoding of human DNA was recently accomplished, and now we know there are extremely specific molecular instructions within us that can't possibly have been accidental. Exactly like computer software it can't write itself, and the slightest error will crash the system. Mutations mean destruction in almost every case. Darwin's evolution model falls apart completely. There's no way he or any other scientists before the age of computers could have known what we're beginning to understand:

Number 4:  Thanks to supercomputers and the mathematics they can so easily work with, we've discovered an extraordinary pattern to all of nature. It's being referred to as "the thumbprint of God" and is extremely entertaining as well as intellectually challenging. If you don't enjoy math, skip ahead to the 12:00 mark:


Even if we have no religious training or faith, these evidences should remove every shadow of doubt. If you think these truths are purely accidental, then you must also believe that King Louis XIV could have stumbled upon the Palace of Versailles and just moved in:


This video by one of the world's finest geneticists will explain why, thanks to modern computers, Darwin's theory is deeply flawed and can't be supported: