One has only to ponder the numerous remarkably intricate life processes necessary in reproduction, growth, and development to be impressed by the fact that it takes a high degree of intelligence to comprehend these phenomena
THE second book to which we refer is a compilation of forty short articles edited by J. C. Monsma and published under the title Evidence of God in an Expanding Universe (G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1958, 250 pages. Price $3.95). This volume represents the work of forty American scientists from various specialties physics, chemistry, zoology, botany, medicine, geochemistry, et cetera who have prepared brief essays on why they believe in God, the evidence from science which supports their views. . .
IN A REPORT from the National Science Foundation distributed to science teachers (NSF 63-15, May, 1963, pp. 1, 2) it was stated, "More scientific and technological discoveries have been made in the past fifteen years than in all previous recorded time." The truly phenomenal practical triumphs of science during this brief period, indeed, during the past century, have earned much well-deserved public respect for science. . .