Why a Scientist Becomes an Atheist
These scientists couldn't convince me because their minds are hiding in closed boxes that must be opened before they can understand God. This ugly box explains why our scientists are unable to find solutions to human problems such as cancer, autism, crime, economics, politics, and fusion energy.
This ugly box appeared in humans after logic was developed by Aristotle and Plato's mind rose above logic in his Parmenides Dialogue where new ideas will be found. After the death of Plato and Aristotle, Plato's ideas lifted the mind of Jesus Christ upwardly and Aristotle's logic lowered the life of man during the Middle Ages. But in the 15th century, Nicholas of Cusa ended the power of logic during the Middle Ages. (Also, see the thoughts of Blaise Pascal)
But modern science never ended the power of logic. So modern scientists could never see any ideas that appear above logic. Thus, atheistic scientists can see 'either/or' concepts but cannot see 'both/and' concepts. For instance, when a modern scientist recognizes the logical concepts, permanence/change, they can only see the 'change.' Thus, when an atheistic scientist studies the universe logically, the atheistic scientist is able to see 'all changing things.' But an atheistic scientist is not able to see 'all permanent things.' Since God is a permanent thing, the atheistic scientist cannot see that all changing things come from God.
As long as modern scientists keep their minds in the ugly box above , they will remain confused.