‘Are We Significant?’ New Christian Film Challenges Secular Premises on Earth’s Uniqueness

A new Christian film is challenging secular claims that Earth is an insignificant cosmic speck and reveals evidence that suggests it and its inhabitants were specially created. “The Principle” is a new movie currently showing at select theaters across the country. The film, which stars several top scientists, explores Earth’s position in the universe and attempts to answer the question, “Is our planet unique and significant?” Most secular scientists have long claimed that Earth is ultimately an insignificant speck in the universe, with no special or unique characteristics. This perspective,... Read The Rest →

WND Exclusive: ‘Science shattered’: Hand of God suddenly revealed?

In the late 1800s, Albert A. Michelson, the first American to win the Nobel Prize in the sciences, devised an experiment to prove the Earth is moving through space, through a medium for bearing light called the “aether.” If he could show that light was slowed down by being fired into an aether headwind, like a swimmer swimming against a stream, Michelson reasoned, it would prove the Earth’s motion through space. But the experiment didn’t work the way he expected. In fact, it proved the opposite. The world of science... Read The Rest → Consider the Stars, Review of “The Principle”

At some point in a person’s life, there’s a moment of introspection when a look at the sky on a clear evening leads to questions such as: “Why am I here? What is my purpose on this planet? Is there anything else out there? Where did we come from? Are we special enough to warrant favor from something (or Someone) greater than us?” For centuries, there has been a major battle that has been waged over Cosmology, or the study of the origins of the universe. Even from biblical times,... Read The Rest → Reviews “The Principle”

Is this world – and are we – significant? That’s the underlying question asked in the new documentary movie, The Principle. According to The Copernican Principle, named after Nicolaus Copernicus (1473 – 1543), our world is not in a central position or specially favored place in the universe. Contrary to the reigning beliefs of his day, Copernicus came up with this theory based on the data available to him at the time. This principle has been widely accepted by many of today’s Cosmologists. But what if The Principle is wrong.... Read The Rest →

The Principle: Most Controversial Film of Our Time?

Something history-changing was about to happen, and Max Tegmark didn’t even know it. During a late night of work, the MIT Professor of Physics was completing a model of the universe’s Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB). The CMB of the universe is, in Max’s words, a “weather map” of the cosmic radiation that spans across the entire universe, showing various hot and cold spots of radiation. In Max’s own words: “No one had ever made a picture of it before because they couldn’t clean out all the junk.” CLICK HERE TO... Read The Rest →

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