“No matter how many people agree or disagree with something, it doesn’t make it true or false.” Daniel Estulin
Have you ever thought that you can’t decide what is real? Are you bombarded with information all the time, and can’t decide what to believe?
Sound like you?
The late Carl Sagan once stated, “All of the books in the world contain no more information than is broadcast as video in a single large American city in a single year. Not all bits have equal value.”
While I disagree with much of what Carl Sagan stated during his lifetime, I do agree with his assessment that not all “bits,” or evidence, is of equal value. Some “evidence” isn’t’ evidence at all. Some evidence is often hidden, distorted or falsely labeled as untrue.
Where do we go for true information? The Bible is the ultimate source – the uniquely and supernaturally authenticated compilation of God’s inspired word.
But in our physical world, evidence that confirms the Word of God is often hidden in plain sight. We see it or hear about but don’t recognize it for what it is.
The information presented here has been vetted and confirmed to the best of my ability.
You make the final decision about what you believe is true.