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Yes God Exists

NEW EXPANDED EDITION includes an additional 73 pages of feedback and discussion packed with information pertinent to the question of why the theory of Evolution is not scientific and not supported by real science.

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Released in December 2013

Yes God Exists

Atheism is neither logical nor rational and is certainly not an intelligent choice. It's a bankrupt belief, and yes, it's a form of religion too, and devoid of hope or any basis for morality. Its adherents have been duped into "imagining" that there's no God, no Heaven, no Hell. This book is about putting imagination behind and facing reality - before it's too late.

On the lighter side, the book includes the Atheist Psychological Exam, Atheist Anti-Hypocrite Code, and a "Merry Solstice" greeting!

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Some Online Articles by John Verderame

  • Significant Nothings addresses the question of extraterrestrial life and why our "place in the universe" isn't what really matters.
  • Why Should We Listen to You? asks the question: If you're an "expert" who considers the Earth and humanity unimportant, then why is anything YOU have to say important?
  • The 'Evidence' for a Biblical Worldview addresses the fact that rarely will someone be convinced by "evidence" because we all have biases in our own interpretations of the evidence.

THINK About It!

B. Franklin, Printer
(Like the Cover of an Old Book
Its Contents torn Out
And Stript of its Lettering and Gilding)
Lies Here, Food for Worms.
But the Work shall not be Lost;
For it will (as he Believ'd) Appear once More
In a New and More Elegant Edition
Revised and Corrected
By the Author.

{The epitaph of Benjamin Franklin, just one more of those individuals who didn't really accomplish much because he believed in God.}
While it may be true that many scientists past and present believe(d) in God, scientists don't have a corner on the intelligence market by any means. Are there no intelligent people in other professions who also believe? Of course there are, so let's hear from you!
Many people complain that religions are just out for money. Has anyone complained about all the money some Atheists are making off something they claim doesn't even exist? Many of the major Atheist websites have a "donate" button. I can't help but ask myself exactly what the donor is getting for his or her money! If you want, I'll be happy to tell you you're a nobody whose life is without any real purpose, and I'll do it for free!
God-haters insinuate that if we did away with "religion," wars, strife and destruction would cease. Not only is that naive, it is a blatant denial of fact, history, and truth. More people have been killed and more destruction has been wrought in the last century by political enemies, regimes like Nazism that were fueled by the Evolution myth, and Atheistic governments that tried to eradicate God from their societies, than in all the religious wars from the beginning of history. You've heard that "guns don't kill, people do?" Well, "religion" doesn't kill either. Atheists just haven't come to grips with where the REAL problem lies. Time to get the mirror out.

News and Views

Li(f)e in Space by 2025!

I could be wrong (imagine that!), but it seems to me that ever since the Apollo moon program came to an end, NASA and other space-related agencies have increasingly looked to the "Life in Outer Space" card to drum up public interest. There was life on Mars (maybe) and life on Jupiter's moon Europa (maybe) and life in meteorites (maybe), and life from comets (maybe) and life from stardust (maybe) and now, conveniently as they're so far away and one needs highly sophisticated instruments to even detect them let alone learn anything about them, there's life on exoplanets (maybe).

The latest from the NASA folks (don't know if they need grant money or what's up with this) is a highly publicized prediction that "signs" of ET life will be discovered within the next decade and life itself will be discovered in the next 2 to 3 decades. That should help keep a number of people employed for a while, at least. Personally I believe these "predictions" are no better than astrology, but that's just me.

Now, I've been a big fan of the space exploration program from the first beep of Sputnik. And I don't need to be prodded with the pitchfork of evolutionary mythology to maintain that interest. There's plenty out there to discover without having to throw in the "life" bait, which, if it were NOT for evolutionary deception, would not even be there. The plain fact is, if people recognized that life never evolved on Earth to begin with, they would not be looking for it anyplace else. Sure, God "could have" created life elsewhere, but that goes completely contrary to what He SAID He did and the resulting condition of humankind and the universe.

But now, what are some of the "scientific" arguments for ET life? These are the kinds of comments you'll hear from most people, scientists included:

  1. WE evolved from stardust, so why not "them?"
  2. Water, water everywhere, even in outer space. Without water there can be no life as we know it. So maybe life evolved where there's water.
  3. The universe is enormous. What a waste of space if there's no life anywhere else but here.
  4. Isn't it "arrogant" to believe we're the only sentient beings in the universe?
  5. Complex molecules have been found in meteorites, so we have some proof that the "building blocks" of life are present in outer space.
  6. Maybe the Earth itself was "seeded" with ET life and that's how we got here.

Folks, using these arguments or extrapolating them to "prove" ET life is all science fiction, and I hope to address this and much more in a new book I'm writing, focusing on astronomy and space, so I won't get into it further. But I will say dogmatically that "IF" we should "discover" life in outer space, it will only be the result of some grand deception on the part of mankind itself, not a real, actual discovery. I do believe we're being set up for just that sort of thing. We are looking for a savior in all the wrong places, and no one can doubt that one underlying desire of many evolutionists is to prove the Bible wrong, so there's motivation there too.

If millions of people can be duped into believing the religion of Evodelusion that we evolved from nothing to stardust to fish to monkeys to spacemen, they can be duped just as easily into believing the religion of Exodelusion, my word for the concept that there's life in outer space.

Li(f)e in space is a big Lie with (f)aith thrown in. Even if you believe your ancestors were fish, don't get suckered in.

Happy Resurrection Weekend!

Despite the fact that there are millions who would still crucify Him, Christ is risen from the dead and holding out his nail-pierced hands to a humanity filled with hatred for their Creator (Romans 8:7).

Hundreds saw the risen Christ. Millions have sacrificed their lives for His sake and the sake of their fellow man. Yet there are still those who are looking for "proof" of His existence and who would rather believe in fish and apes because they think they can hide from God by substituting His truth for a lie (Romans 1:25).

To all who are celebrating Christ's birth, death and Resurrection this week and weekend, we rejoice with you. As for the enemy, Satan, as Luther's song puts it:

"One little word will fell him!"

Soon enough we will hear the Lord of the Universe say to Satan and to all His enemies:


But for those who have trusted Him for the forgiveness of their sins, we will hear Him say

"COME! ... Take the free gift of the water of life!" (Revelation 22:17)

Maranatha! The tomb is empty!

Depressed and Petrified : A Scary Non-Uniformitarian Tale

I have always been fascinated by petrified wood (PW). A few years ago I took a pretty grueling hike in the Gallatin National Forest in Montana with a PW fanatic who wanted to see and measure an upright petrified tree. We hiked for about 9 hours and saw tons of PW along Tom Miner creek and got close to the tree's location, but had to turn back before dark. The next day he went back up there alone (in grizzly territory) and located it.

In Wyoming one could find chunks of petrified wood in streams, and we collected some nice pieces. Some of my samples are agatized, some opalized (from Utah), some have crystals, some are crumbly.

But I don't think there's any more beautiful PW than that found in areas of Arizona. My wife and I recently drove about 3 hours to a private ranch where collecting is permitted for a small fee. We went home feeling like we'd just found a sunken treasure chest, with some really pretty pieces to polish, having colors ranging from red to orange to gold, green, blue and white.

Besides being overwhelmed with the evidence of Noah's Flood we were seeing, I noted that some of the huge petrified logs had an oval shape. They obviously had been compressed vertically and had expanded laterally. I began to think about what sort of immense pressure had to be applied to a tree trunk that was at least 3-4 feet in diameter to squash it into an oval shape. Furthermore, it was obvious that this had to have happened while the tree was still supple, and while the matrix surrounding it was still relatively soft. Otherwise how could the tree expand laterally? The only pressure I could imagine that could be responsible for what I was seeing was that of a tremendous column of water above, as there was not enough material covering the tree to have exerted that kind of pressure.

The oval outline of a compressed petrified log can be clearly seen above the white sediment layer. Long axis measures about 4 feet and covers about 3/4 of the photo's diameter.

This log had been removed from its original location, but is clearly oval-shaped.

All of the evidence led me to the conclusion that the trees were buried rapidly in volcanic debris and subsequently subjected to enormous pressure from water above while saturated, then as they were petrified both the tree and its environment were hardened to nearly their present form.

Any comments or further information from readers would be appreciated either by emailing me through this website, or posting something on the Discussion board here: Petrified Wood and Its Formation

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