What would you think if you found a watch in the desert? Would you think it came there of itself ? Or would you think someone made it and brought it there? And, if so, does it not follow that the world, which is infinitely more complex than a watch, also has a Maker?This hypothetical situation forms the basis of the oldest and roost classic proof of universal design and the existence of a Creator, In spite of the seemingly overwhelming force of the ?watch in the desert? argument, how-ever, denial of the Creator still persists in secular intellectual circles. In The Obvious Proof Gershon Robinson and Mordechai Steinman discuss psychological mechanisms that trigger this irrational denial, after which they presentation original arid ingenious observation that convincingly drives home their The Obvious Proof is a revised and expanded Edition of the highly popular The 2001 Principle. It is a relatively short book that accomplishes its purpose. with surprising clarity and depth. And although it addresses questions Of great profundity, its lively and entertaining style makes it a page-turner that pulsates with the power of the obvious truths it espouses.
Paperback: 141 pages
Publisher: cis (1993)
Package Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 0.5 inches