The origin of the world--
by chance or design? / Frank Allen --

"Frank Allen, Ph.D., Cornell University, Professor of biophysics, University of Manitoba, recipient
of the Tory Gold Medal, Royal Society of Canada, commented on the ponderous protein
molecule, the basic building block of all life, and noted that it has about 40,000 atoms arranged
in an exceedingly complicated pattern. Regarding the possibility that even a single molecule,
such as that, could have been produced by chance, he said..."  
The amount of matter to be
shaken together to produce a single molecule of protein would be millions of times greater
than that in the whole universe. For it to occur on earth alone would require almost endless
billions of years (10 to the power of 243). But proteins as chemicals are without life. It is only
when the mysterious life comes into them that they live. Only Infinite Mind, that is, God, could
have foreseen that such a molecule could be the abode of life, could have constructed, and
made it
live."  (

A conclusive test / Robert Morris Page --

A devout Christian and creationist, Page lectured on the relationship of science and Biblical scripture
throughout his career...Robert Morris Page (2 June 1903 – 15 May 1992) was an American physicist who
was a leading figure in the development of radar technology. Later, Page served as the Director of
Research for the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory."  (

The lesson of the rosebush / Merritt Stanley Congdon --
There are no facts yet wrested from the intriguing mysteries of this strange onrushing cosmos which can
in any degree disprove the existence and intelligent activities of an unconditioned, personal God. On the
contrary, when we as careful scientists analyze and synthesize the data of the natural world, we are
observing only the phenomena of the operations of that unseen Being who cannot be found by mere
scientific seeking, but who can and did manifest himself in human form. For science is indeed "watching
God at work."

The inescapable conclusion / John Cleveland Cothran --
"Lord Kelvin, one of the world's greatest physicists, has made the following significant statement: "If you
think strongly enough, you will be forced by science to believe in God." I must declare myself in full
agreement with this statement .... Now the material realm, not being able to create itself and its governing
laws, the act of creation must have been performed by some non-material agent .... That is to say, we
unhesitatingly accept the fact of the existence of the supreme spiritual being, God, the Creator and
Director of the universe."

The answer to the unanswered questions / Donald Henry Porter --

Let's look at facts, without bent or bias / Edward Luther Kessel --

Applying the scientific method / Walter Oscar Lundberg --

Physical evidences of God / Paul Clarence Aebersold --

Identifying Einstein's "Creative force" / Marlin Books Kreider --

Scientific revelations point to a god / George Earl Davis --

Plain water will tell the story / Thomas David Parks --

Nature's complexity and God / John William Klotz --

The most vital question confronting us / Oscar Leo Brauer --

Rank materialism will not do / Irving William Knobloch --

A personal God, viewed scientifically / John Leo Abernethy --

A young mystic proceeds to clear thinking / Russell Lowell Mixter --

Footsteps of God in the plant world / Gerald T. Den Hartog --

Facts from a forester's fieldbook / Laurence Colton Walker --

Things a fruit rancher's boy learned / Walter Edward Lammerts --

Trillions of living cells speak their message / Russell Charles Artist --

The reasonableness of theism / George Herbert Blount --

Geological directives / Donald Robert Carr --

Genesis I in the light of modern astronomy / Peter W. Stoner --

The great designer / Claude M. Hathaway --

Scholarly witnesses and a few observations / Merlin Grant Smith --

A look behind the "Natural laws" / Edwin Fast --

Chemical laws and God / John Adolph Buehler --

Science undergirded my faith / Albert McCombs Winchester --

Naturalism must bow to theism / Olin Carroll Karkalits --

alpha and omega / Edmund Carl Kornfeld --

The universe under central control / Earl Chester Rex --

The validity of religion / Malcolm Duncan Winter, Jr. --

Wonders of the soil / Dale Swartzendruber --

Soils, plants, and a 4000-year-old explan[a]tion --

Man himself as evidence / Robert Horton Cameron --

Laboratory lessons / Elmer W. Maurer --

Concord between science and faith / Wayne U. Ault --

God in medical practice / Paul Ernest Adolph --

Of flowers and the Baltimore oriole / Cecil Boyce Hamann --

The absoluteness of the certainty of God's existence, an epilogue /
Andrew Conway Ivy.