Jesus defied the Second Law of Thermodynamics

This is just a hypothesis….
If you drop a piece of glass and it shatters into a million pieces, is there even a slight chance that it will spontaneously reform? No! This is because of the Second Law of Thermodynamics.
When Jesus died, he had a high entropy. When he rose up again he had a low entropy. He was broken but then was resurrected. When he resurrected, he broke the law that nothing can decrease in entropy. Jesus defied the Second Law of Thermodynamics! Only the Creator of the Universe could do that!

Again, this is just a hypothesis. Whether it completely follows scientific accuracy I cannot guarantee. But it explains a great point!

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About Hudson

I live in Indiana. I enjoyed playing soccer all four years of high school. I co-captained and won the MVP award my senior year. I also have created many film projects, the most extensive of which won a film festival award for Best Cinematography during my senior year. It is a 10-minute short film called Café Encounter and can be watched on YouTube. I have been actively involved in my youth group and am a leader for a middle school boys group on Sunday mornings. I was also blessed to go on two mission trips to Belize and Ecuador respectively. Belize really awakened my faith in Christ and pushed me towards active obedience and love for God. Ecuador gave me a life-changing perspective on missionary work and has helped me to view myself as a missionary in my every day life, but especially with the intent of being a missionary to my work industry.

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