Science. Logic. Reason.
Regarding the existence of God, there is a war of words that’s so loud, insistent and angry, it sometimes makes us want to cover our ears. No other subject evokes stronger feelings.
Have you ever heard angry pundits make outlandish claims like:
• “God and religion are responsible for all the wars, terrorism, death and violence in the history of the world”?
• “For centuries, it was superstitious religionists who taught us that the earth was flat or that the Sun revolved around the Earth until science and reason freed us from such ignorance.”
• “There simply isn’t any evidence for the existence of God.”
These are false statements that we hear repeated over and over. In the twentieth century, more people died than all other centuries put together, and much of that was instigated by atheistic regimes. People like Copernicus, Kepler and Galileo were actually Christian theists who enlightened us regarding the Sun and Earth. There is plenty of scientific and logical evidence for the existence of God.
There are intelligent people who perhaps gave organized religion a chance but never heard a convincing argument for the existence of God. They’ve seen too many naïve Christians who try and fail to say anything relevant. They’ve concluded that the evidence simply isn’t there. They want these naive people to leave them alone!
The nice part about this website is that you came to us. We won’t bother you unless we’re invited, but the evidence for God’s existence is there!
IF YOU WANT TO READ:
• THE VERY BEST ARGUMENTS BY WORLD-RENOWNED ATHEISTS AND CHRISTIANS,
• ARGUMENTS FOR AND AGAINST THE EXISTENCE OF GOD BASED ON SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY AND LOGIC,
• EVIDENCE THAT YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE HEARD BEFORE,
THEN YOU’VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE!
There are highly functioning people who go through life at warp speed, perhaps to ignore a massive void or pain. They willingly accept the challenge to maintain a happy appearance, but don’t ask them to waste their time on “silly fictions like the Easter bunny or Santa or God.”
Besides, talking about God might take them to a dark place. Their pain is too great. They say: “Faith and religion offer no antidote. No thanks, I’ve heard it all before, and it’s nonsense. It isn’t real. I’m happy enough treating my condition with distractions and by self-medicating.”
If that’s you, you’ve come to the right place.
It’s an unavoidable fact that suffering is woven into the fabric of life. It doesn’t matter if you’re an atheist, agnostic, Christian, Jewish, Hindu or Muslim. Each of us experiences sorrow, physical pain and various forms of suffering. What matters most in those moments is our perspective and how we choose to respond.
It’s our belief that the greatest good in this life is not found in simply seeking happiness, but it is found in “knowing God.” The greatest good is to know him in a personal and meaningful way, in a way that he becomes a very real presence in our lives, someone we can rely on to give us strength, to guide our lives in times of triumph and suffering.
This God is very real, and he makes his presence known to us in subtle, yet undeniable ways. He loves his creation. He wants us to know him, to trust him, and to have a daily relationship with him.
Let us show you the evidence.
Our suggestion is that you start by examining our first three arguments for God’s existence. Just go to the page entitled “Start Here” and click on subjects in this order:
1. The Moral Argument for God
2. A Beginning and the Kalam Cosmological Argument
3. The Fine-tuning of the Universe
It’s a bit of a mountain to climb, but we will also do our best to eventually explore these immensely important questions:
• Why does it matter if God exists, and why should I care?
• How do we know what constitutes a sound argument?
• Where did the moral sense that is in all of us come from?
• According to science, is the universe past eternal or did it have a beginning? If it began, what caused that beginning?
• In the past 40 years, what have physicists discovered about the fine-tuning of the universe that could possibly point to God’s existence?
• For those seeking logical, philosophical evidence, “Why is there anything at all rather than nothing?”
• For those looking for further philosophical evidence, “Is it likely, or even possible, that an all-knowing, all-powerful, morally perfect being actually exists?”
• Why is there pain and suffering? Does the fact of suffering invalidate any argument for God’s existence?
• Is the question of God’s origin valid evidence against his existence?
• Why is he hidden from us?
• Who is God?
• What is a miracle, and are miracles even possible?
• What do the majority of Bible scholars believe about the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus?
• Don’t all religions basically teach the same things?
• What did Jesus teach?
• If God exists, how is it even possible to “know him” or enter into a right relationship with him? Is that possibility available to anyone?