Stephen King Has A ‚Tendency To Believe In Intelligent Design‘

Stephen King, Image:HUFFPOST Live/Screengrab:BB
Stephen King, Image:HUFFPOST Live/Screengrab:BB
For Stephen King, life is too perfect for it to be a random occurrence.
The famed horror author said in a HuffPost Live interview Wednesday that humans being alive, the way nature works and our planet supporting life is too much to think that there was no help from a supreme being.

By Chris BranchHUFFPOST Religion

„The very construction of the world and the fact that we seem to be the only blue-populated planet in the universe — and we’ve been looking for quite a while now, at least since the late 50s —it makes you have to believe that if we happened by accident, it would make winning the lottery look like flipping a coin,“ King told host Josh Zepps. „It’s so complex. So I have a tendency to believe in intelligent design.“

King doesn’t align himself with any organized religion, which he says ultimately leads to someone „putting a gun in your hand“ or trying to wrong others of a different religion than your own. But he seems optimistic about the prospect of a creator leading the way through life.

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  1. Dear Mr. King, carefully read „A puddle wakes up in the morning“ from Douglas Adams. Try to understand it. And see how dumb the „too perfect to be a random occurrence“ is…

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