A person can neither prove nor disprove the existence of God. What a person with a biblical worldview can do is provide evidence for God’s existence.
And there’s plenty of it.
Cosmology, teleology, RNA/DNA, human consciousness, just to name a few, all provide hard scientific evidence for a Creator. Further, the historical reliability of the New Testament, Jesus’ miracles and his resurrection offer further rational arguments for the Bible being true.
In this message I offer just one of those arguments.
The question, finally though, comes down to this: Do the arguments for God’s existence provide a more plausible, reasonable explanation of reality than atheism or agnosticism?
Paul believed it did. And so do I.
Per Pascal’s Wager, I sure wouldn’t bet against it.
May this message strengthen your faith as a believer, as well as better equip you to respectfully and intelligently “reason” with non-believers as Paul reasoned with the Greek philosophers on Mars Hill.
Love to you all, Nick
The Multiverse Theory is the latest attempt by non-Christian physicists to eliminate God from being the “un-caused cause” (as Thomas Aquinas coined the phrase) i.e. the creator of the universe.
Here, in this brief 5 minute video, astrophysicist, Brian Keating – University of California, San Diego – answers the question, “What’s the greater leap of faith?”
Think deeply, Nick
God or the Multiverse? Which one requires more faith?
To all students having the multiverse presented to you as truth (or as the best option for the origination of life) I encourage you to watch this brief, 5 minute presentation by Brian Keating, Professor of Physics at the University of California, San Diego.
He poignantly quotes the sharp-witted, British apologist, G.K. Chesterton, who once quipped,
“When men stop believing in God, they don’t believe in nothing, they believe in anything.
Mankind will go to extraordinary leaps of faith to embrace philosophical and/or scientific alternatives just to avoid the possibility of the Bible being true.
Former atheist, Lee Strobel, stated in a tweet:
Watch Dr. Keating’s presentation below. Think deeply, Nick