Monday, October 30, 2017

Memorize these Evidences for the Existence of God

Three brief truths you should memorize about the existence of God if you're in discussion with a non-Christian. (Each point links to a video describing the argument in more detail.)

1. The Kalam Cosmological argument - Everything that begins to exist has a cause, the universe began to exist, therefore the universe must have a cause, that cause can't be itself, so it's reasonable to believe that a timeless eternal being could've intelligently created it. Therefore God exists.

2. The Fine Tuning Argument - The incredible complexity we see in nature is evidence that God exists. We find complex systems in nature, incredibly complex cells that all have pre-programmed instructions to build and maintain our own bodies. We see complex animals, plants, and life forms all working relatively harmoniously. Evolution fails based on the 2nd law of thermodynamics, which states that complex systems tend to break down. A complex system will tend toward disorder, not order. If we see intelligence and information in nature, it's reasonable to believe there is an intelligent designer, God.

3. The Moral Argument - Good and evil exist, they are not just mere opinions, they really exist. If there are objective moral laws in the universe, there must be a law giver. Therefore God exists.

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