His name is William Maillis and he graduated from St Petersburg College two years ago. He wants to be an astrophysicist and prove that Hawking made a few mistakes. Is what he says true?
“Atheists then try to say that there is no God when, in reality, it takes more faith to believe that there’s no God than it does to believe that there is a God.” That’s how categorical little genius William Maillis was when he tried to explain why Stephen Hawking was wrong, just like all atheists.
This 13-year-old genius, who’s already graduated from college, is studying to become an astrophysicist to prove that God does exist, basing his arguments on Hawking’s works.
By doing so, he joins the (eternal) debate between science and religion. However, in the process, he discredits the last genius our planet has had.
Beyond speaking from his personal beliefs, Maillis explained with scientific arguments why he claimed all this.
“The first drink from the glass of natural science will make you an atheist, but at the bottom of the glass, God is waiting for you.
Well, atheists then try to say that there is no God when, in reality, it takes more faith to believe that there’s no God than it does to believe that there is a God…
Because it makes more sense that something created the universe than the universe created itself. It takes more faith to say that the universe created itself than to say that something else created the universe because that is more logical.”
-explained the young man in “Answering the Call: Williams Maillis”–
Below you can check out the video of his conference:
For the British physicist, God is a kind of an organization of laws of nature. Also, he clarified the erroneous idea that we’ve been created in God’s image and likeness. His strongest argument: The “insignificance” of the human being in the universe.
Stephen then stated that “the universe was created spontaneously from nothing, according to the laws of science.”
William explains that science and religion aren’t so different, at least until the former doesn’t disprove God’s existence.
In any case, in spite of his use of logic in his arguments, his statements haven’t been paid much attention to in the scientific world, considering the previous works of the person he’s up against: no one other than the last genius on this earth.
In the Christian community, his theory has had a profound effect:
Cases like his are said to be between 1 and 10 million. In fact, his achievements prove it: At the age of 4, he already knew algebra and at the age of 5, he was declared a genius.