A Report to Believers on My Defense of God
On June 9, I opened a Google website. From June 27-29, I suggested that the fields of religion, economics, medical care, and education restudy their works with respect to the new proof of God. And, in July 6, I made the same suggestion to the field of mathematics. The only response to my suggestions began in July 2006 from Mark Chu-Carroll, a mathematician who is the blogger of the Good Math, Bad Math blog. (Click) Another response came in August. 2006. (Click)
Carroll’s blog is part of a website known as ScienceBlogs. (Click) In time, I learned that Science Blogs is defending evolutionary theory, which is a godless theory centered in the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. This museum was established in 1869, ten years after Charles Darwin’s book on the Origin of the Species was published.
In March of 2007, Carrol begins to add four new responses. (Click) ; (Click) ; (Click) ; and (Click) The fourth response was a review of my book. The book review was followed by Ed Brayton, a free lance writer. (Click) He presents me with a Robert O'brien trophy as just another crank who thinks that a proof of God has been found. Carroll now thinks that my cranky behavior and abnormal writing skills be included in the evolutionary theory study of the denialism of cranks. (Click)
As you can see, the ScienceBlogs is an organization of scientists and mathematicians who say that our brains come from nature, not God, and determine our behaviors. Yet, about 85% of Americans believe in God and that the mind, not the brain, determines our behaviors.