01-25-2017, 03:24 AM
Looking back on the title of my thread, I think I should have entitled it, "Fractals: Mathematical Evidences That God Exists." I agree that we shouldn't argue from mathematics to God to prove His existence. We start with His revelation, and then we reason from there because of the impossibility (of mathematics) of the contrary.
Having said that, I believe that's what Dr. Lisle was assuming throughout his talk. The reason why fractals make sense is because God is Who He is.