I read with great interest Dr. Bill Renzulli's two-part article, "My Search for God," in the Oct. 20 and 27 editions. I would venture to say that most of the billions of our earth's human inhabitants throughout the ages have experienced a similar quandary as his in their attempt to know and accept the concept of a God.
Obviously, no one can prove or disprove the existence of a supreme being. However, simple observation of the absolute perfection in both form and function of everything in this universe lends credence to the existence of such a being. Nowhere is that perfection exhibited more so than in the realm of particle physics -- quantum mechanics.
Each of those finest particles of energy of which everything in the universe is built are absolutely perfect and identical to its counterparts. With that knowledge and understanding it is very logical to assume that the perfect intellect designed them and that a perfect will, or spirit, maintains and keeps them perfect.
Simply stated, God is a perfect rational being. That perfect rationality pervades all and explains all -- it eliminates all mystery.
Hilary L. Hunt