Former atheist astrophysicist, Sarah Salviander, explains her journey to Christianity.

Sarah Salviander, AstrophysicistWell reasoned testimony of a former atheist’s long journey to faith in Christ. Long, but worth every second of your time. If you doubt your Bible, your faith, the coherance of your faith, this might be just what you need to gaze at the cross with renewed joy.

If you have a friend who has never seriously considered Christianity, like this astrophysicist, this might break down some walls.

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7 thoughts on “Former atheist astrophysicist, Sarah Salviander, explains her journey to Christianity.

  1. I had a great time after reading this while riding round and round on ,my lawn tractor. Nothing like a good dose of Multiverse theology to get ones mental wheels churning;.

    Since the Multiversilst believes that all universes are possible, I started by positing a universe that does not have the law of gravity. Now, its been a long time, 55+ years since my last physics course, so I was not able to figure out which other laws of physics and physical constants depend upon gravity, but it seems certain to me that planets, stars and galaxies all require some bonding force to stay in place. Hummm, no planets, stars or galaxies or anything else means no universe.

    Moving on, I realized that a Multiverse must contain one universe with no Multiverse. The only way to deal with that before losing your sanity is to join the Red Queen who believed one impossible thing before breakfast every day.

    The point is that is to believe in a Multiverse as a solution to the origin of our Universe requires far more gullibility than to believe in a God who designed a creation that fits beautifully, A place where the very Heavens declare the handiwork of God.

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    1. “I realized that a Multiverse must contain one universe with no Multiverse”

      If I understand you correctly, you realized wrong. That statement seems nonsensical because it is indeed nonsensical. In the theory, which I don’t necessarily believe to be true but I at least somewhat understand, multiverses are not inside universes. A multiverse is a collection of universes. There is no sense in which one would expect to find a multiverse within a universe. Therefore, none of the universes would “have” a multiverse. They would all be part of one, but they would not have one internally.

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