HT to Hugh Hewitt for finding this article in the Times of London.
We are forever being told by the atheists, agnostics, and such that a strong argument against the existence of God is the fact that learned folks, especially scientists, don't believe that our creation needed a creator. Of course, these same God skeptics dismiss the claim by those of us who believe that billions of other folks, learned and not, have actually experienced God. Hmmm. Figure out which way you wish to argue and stick to it.
Here then comes one of the most distinguished scientists of our time, the director of the US National Human Genome Research Institute:
Collins joins a line of scientists whose research deepened their belief in God. Isaac Newton, whose discovery of the laws of gravity reshaped our understanding of the universe, said: “This most beautiful system could only proceed from the dominion of an intelligent and powerful being.”
Wow! Couldn't have said it better.