This book presents compelling evidence that we can still believe in God. We must first realize, however, that there is a parallel force opposing good. Good is complacent whereas evil is relentless and determined. Within mindlessness, evil is normal, natural, and always. Evil is a negative, not a positive; it is merely the absence of goodness, of God. It is relentless only in that it is ever present and waiting as darkness is always present without light.
Within man, evil seeks every opportunity to campaign. It infests media, literature, and academia. It attempts through the proliferation of media outlets to convince that there is no evil and no God.
The results of this campaign are obvious. In modern societies in which more money and time are spent on care and concern for youth than ever before, children are ever more lost and confused, and for the first time in history are killing each other. They are being taught via the media and in schools to hate—hate Christianity, hate Christians and Jews, hate church and religion, hate the Bible and commandments, hate democracy and freedom. They are not being taught the truth or being shown the evidence for the existence of God.
Some believe in God for no reason but faith. They hear all the clever arguments and soaring rhetoric against the existence of God, but the rhetoric falls on deaf ears. These are the people most often ridiculed by those “too smart to believe in God”.
The “too smart” believe that such people are “not too smart.” When the “too smart” think of such people; they like to think of them as the frightened, superstitious, provincial people of rural towns or working-class immigrants who lack their own lofty level of sophistication. They condescend and often pity such poor “fools” for their simple-minded faith as to them sophistication brings with it the more sophisticated beliefs in Space Aliens.
The calm and joyful that are pitied by the ever scowling and confused “To Smart” are the truly faithful. This book was not written for these truly faithful people because they have already discovered fulfillment.
Some few believe in God out of fear. They are convinced by the rhetoric against God but believe “just in case.” They go through all the same motions as the faithful, believing somehow that they can fool God into thinking that they too are faithful … just in case.
Then there are those who want to believe in God but find the evidence against God is so overwhelming that instead of believing in a biblical God, they believe in a force of nature without any real human-like intelligence, which for some unknown reason somehow still monitors human actions and deeds.
And then, of course, there are those who are simply “too smart” to believe in God.
This book is for the second and third groups of people—those few who believe only out of fear and those who want to believe in something but cannot believe in the traditional Judeo-Christian God. Unfortunately, most those “too smart” will never read this book; they’re too smart. They’re not interested in learning anything other than what they already know.
The fact is that there is compelling evidence that there is a God and compelling evidence against the science that has tried to disprove this truth. This book will present this evidence.