Questions And Answers by Roseann Salanitri
In light of the recent Las Vegas shootings, the same questions are being asked that have been asked before: Why?
Why are we seeing a rise in terrorism worldwide?
Why are our churches, schools, and concerts no longer safe?
Why are our laws disrespected and not upheld by those that are sworn to uphold them?
Why are so many families disintegrating at the seams?
Why is immorality considered to be enlightened while morality is considered to be archaic?
Why are people allowed to kneel on football fields to disrespect the flag but not allowed to kneel to respect God?
Why can you pray in public schools if you are praying to the moon god, Allah, but you can’t pray in public schools to the God of Abraham, Isaac & Joseph?
Why is the teaching of evolution in school allowed when it infers there is no God when the teaching of intelligent design is not allowed because infers that there is a God?
In-depth answers to all of these questions can be proffered but they all boil down to one root: godlessness.
Without God, people do what they have always done in the past. They decide for themselves what is right and wrong. Their created standards manifest in all of the “why’s” listed above. These standards are based on narrow reasoning and experiential occurrences that can be provoked by self-interests – or worse – by pure evil. To be sure, there are a plethora of reasons that have led to this global and national time of tribulation. But there is one specifically that has become a stronghold. And through its cunning use of perverting science and changing its standards, it has led many astray and beguiled them into thinking that there is no god. Today we call it “evolution” but it should more precisely be called the devil’s most effective lie. For those that think that evolution is not the world’s biggest spiritual culprit, they should know that Barna Research conducted a poll among Christian students in high school a number of years ago. The poll concluded that over 70% of these students intended to leave the church after graduation based on the teachings of evolution.
So here’s another question that demands an answer: if science can be used to turn souls away from God, can science be used to turn souls back to Him? I believe the answer is YES!
While I don’t profess to understand all the mysteries of God, I will profess that what He recorded in Genesis 1:1-3 is so scientifically profound that only now in the 21st century do we have enough in multiple branches of physics to understand what He told us over four millennia ago. Within those three verses lie the genesis of quantum electrodynamics, plasma physics, cosmogony, wave physics, vacuum physics, and acoustics – just to name the one’s that this humble writer minutely understands. As amazing as it may seem, God actually told us how He brought something out of nothing. However, in order to understand what He said, we needed to explore the in-depth meaning of the original Hebrew words He used, and then be aware of the recent experiments in the multi-disciplines within physics that support what He recorded.
If you would like to know more, you can read more about it in my new book Ex-Nilo: How God Brought Something Out of Nothing. It can be purchased directly at: www.createspace.com/7510430, or on Amazon at: https://www.amazon.com/Ex-Nilo-How-Brought-Something-Nothing/dp/1975841824/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1506532213&sr=8-1&keywords=Ex-Nilo. And should you read it, please leave a comment on my FaceBook page: Ex-Nilo: How God Brought Something Out of Nothing. I would love to hear what you think.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here