GOD'S CRIME SCENE BY J. WARNER WALLACE
Can the Tools of a Homicide Detective Be Used to Examine the Case for God’s Existence?
How do detectives know when a murder has occurred? Every death investigation presents one of four possibilities; the victim died accidentally, died from natural causes, committed suicide or was murdered. Only one of these circumstances requires someone outside the room to enter the scene. Accidental deaths, natural deaths and suicides can occur without an intruder. Homicide detectives, therefore, are looking for evidence of outside involvement. One important question must be asked and answered: “Can the evidence ‘in the room’ be explained by staying ‘in the room’?” This question is key to determining whether a death scene is a crime scene. If, for example, there is a victim in the room with a gunshot injury lying next to a handgun, but the doors are locked from the inside, all the DNA and fingerprints in the room come back to the victim, the gun is registered to the victim and there are no signs of an outside intruder, this is simply the scene of a suicide or accidental death. If, however, there exist fingerprints or DNA of an unknown suspect, the gun does not belong to the victim, and there are bloody footprints leading outside the room, detectives must consider the reasonable inference of murder. When the evidence in the room cannot be explained by staying inside the room and is better explained by a cause outside the room, there’s a good chance a murderer is on the loose. Intruders turn death scenes into crime scenes.
As we examine the universe around us, a similar opportunity awaits those who want to begin the most important of all investigations.
Can everything we see in the universe be explained solely from causes found within the natural realm, or is there evidence of an outside “intruder”? Is the universe a “scene” that can be explained by natural “internal” forces, or is an external “intruder” a better explanation? God’s Crime Scene was written to help you examine the nature of the universe as you sift through eight important characteristics of the cosmos, biological organisms and human experience, considering each as though it were a piece of evidence at a crime scene. You’ll be introduced to the methodology used by detectives to “determine the most reasonable explanation in light of the evidence” and you’ll be challenged to examine eight important pieces of evidence common to our human observations and experience. You’ll also be encouraged to examine which explanation (pure unguided naturalism or supernatural intervention) best accounts for the evidence at the “crime scene.”
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God’s Crime Scene will help you understand the strength of the case for God’s existence, drawing on over 25 years of investigative experience to provide you with a credible template to examine the evidence. You’ll come away with startling, new insight and the ability to articulate what you already intuitively understand from your experience living as a human being in the universe. Read the Opening Statement for FREE before you buy the book!
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