This 11-Year-Old Thinks He Can Prove Hawking’s Theory Wrong…And Much Of The Internet Agrees

by Faith & Science, Family

Does God exist?

It’s a question every person should ask themselves.

Many scientists and theologians seek to provide the answers for us with evidence and proof of their stance.  Perhaps one of the most well-known views is that of Stephen Hawking, a theoretical physicist,  cosmologist, and an atheist who claimed that his theory proved there was no God.

William Maillis, an eleven-year-old genius, isn’t the type to accept someone else’s research as his own beliefs. In this video, he debunks Hawking’s theory and shares his insight into the age-old question.

What are your thoughts? Do you think William’s theory makes sense?

Kid vs. Hawking

“Atheists try to say that there is no God, when in reality it takes more faith to believe there’s no God than it does to believe that there is a God.”

If you’re having doubts about God, pray this simple prayer from Mark 9:24, “Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!”

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