A new book by Amazon bestselling author Stephen Hawley Martin, titled Scientific Evidence God Exists: Ammunition for the Coming War with Atheists, was written to counter what Martin believes is an upcoming offensive by the forces of secularism.
In launching the book, Martin notes that at least one contestant for the Democrat nomination for president wants to tax Christian institutions that do not hold his views. Martin says that if a militant liberal wins the White House in 2020 and Democrats keep the House and take the Senate, an unrestricted war on Christianity is imminent.
He cites a speech given recently at Notre Dame by Attorney General William Barr that blasted “militant secularists” and their assaults on Judeo-Christian values. Barr is quoted as having said, “This is organized destruction. Secular forces and their allies have marshaled all the forces of mass communication, popular culture, the entertainment industry, and academia, in an unremitting assault on religion and traditional values.”
Martin said his book offers: 1) Evidence the universe had a beginning and a creator; 2) Evidence the universe was carefully crafted to be hospitable to life; 3) Evidence that after the universe came into being, genetic information similar to computer code came about in DNA that makes life possible, indicating a highly intelligent programmer—in other words, God; 4) Evidence from quantum physics and other sources that mind is a medium present everywhere that enables believers to communicate with God via prayer and the Holy Spirit; 5) Evidence the brain does not create consciousness, but rather, that consciousness originates elsewhere—Martin says a person’s soul—and that the brain receives and integrates it with the body. (He says, this is why life after death is a reality.); and finally 6) Evidence from double-blind studies that prayer works.
Martin urged Christians to rally and work together to have this information taught in schools, and for the pseudo science of Scientific Materialism to be updated or replaced. The Kindle edition of his book will be free to download until Oct. 25.