13 Dr. Edgar Andrews Quotes

Dr. Edgar Andrews is Professor Emeritus of the University of London and author of “Who Made God” from which the below quotes are taken from. Dr. Andrews is an international expert on the science of large molecules and set up the Department of Materials at Queen Mary College, University of London, and served both as its Head and later as Dean of Engineering.

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If God is a mathematician, man will also be a mathematician. But if there is no God, and man is an accident of evolution, there is not the slightest reason why we should be able to make sense of, or even recognize, the mathematical structure of the universe.
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Science leads us to its boundaries where it introduces us to philosophy.
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The first living organism could never have come into existence by chance.
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Any attempt to lock God up in a box, whatever its shape, will inevitably lead to contradictions and failed hypotheses.
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Nature gives every evidence of being intelligently designed.
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Natural law operates in such a way as to give expression to the purposes of God.
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God is not a God of the gaps: This view of the deity is a parody on religion that has never been embraced by thinking man.
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Natural selection can only select what is present. It can never create what is absent.
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While the laws of nature can be considered as an expression of the mind of God ... there is no logic in supposing that they exhaust the divine potential in regard to physical events.
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