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Atom and Eve: Professor who believes that God created the universe — every particle of it — shares thoughts in Little Rock

University of Oklahoma professor Michael Strauss believes that God created the universe — every particle of it

By Francisca Jones

This article was published May 12, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

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Particle physicist Michael Strauss (left) talks with the Rev. Steven Smith, senior pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock, at the third City Center Conversations: Conversations About God, Life and Faith in the City, on Tuesday.


James Loy (left), executive director of the faith-based nonprofit Renewal Ranch in Conway, shakes hands with Michael Strauss as the Rev. Steven Smith ...

Particle physicist Michael Strauss was at one time headed to seminary school, or so he thought.


James Loy (left), executive director of the faith-based nonprofit Renewal Ranch in Conway, shakes hands with Michael Strauss as the Rev. Steven Smith ...

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BOLTAR says... May 12, 2018 at 10:50 a.m.

If we don't understand something, the lazy way out is to say gods did it.

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mrcharles says... May 12, 2018 at 11:46 a.m.

Clearly this God is a southern Baptist.

I guess I believe that probably things point to could be cause this is best way not knowing otherwise who would come up with a purpose that is necessary for high heavens where angels are bizarre and add the anointed one to the periodical table of grace whereby babies were drowned due to their parents arrogance.

I do appreciate the galaxies made for me that are 5 billion light years away. Seems though a waste of effort when this quark could be helping starving children. But it's ways are not our ways.


I always look forward to Saturday and the section on squaring the circle. They tell me I should have faith it does occur. Kinda like moving mountains uncle Joe could do when he was aa believer.

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Popsmith says... May 12, 2018 at 12:16 p.m.

Well, something created it. Things just don't happen like pregnancy does.

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DEE672 says... May 12, 2018 at 12:54 p.m.

Since God is infinite, they claim, and has no beginning or end why not the universe itself? This needless adding of myterious beings falls victim to Ockham's Razor.

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mrcharles says... May 12, 2018 at 4:17 p.m.

Yes something is correct speculation. I was mistaken, it was a nondenominstional fellowship giant screen tv coffee house inside God who has a fondness for jazz.

But the issue is what kind of jazz! I believe it is revealed in saxophone riffs.

Ray comfort believes the banana has the key to how we got here.

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