Evidence for God from Experience


No God means no justice

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men evolved equal, that they are endowed by some other people with certain inalienable Rights…”

Imagine if Thomas Jefferson had chosen to put these words in the Declaration of Independence instead of his actual words, which reference our Creator as the source of equality and inalienable rights. There are some very big problems with grounding equality and human rights in anything other than in a transcendent source (read: God).

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Take atheism for a test drive!

The misperception that atheism is based upon logic, and that Christianity is based upon blind faith, is the result of a deceptive definition of faith. Specifically, atheists frequently portray Christian faith as blind faith, as opposed to well reasoned faith. Atheists try to shield their faith from logical scrutiny by portraying Christianity as blind faith, but atheism as non-faith. But this is just a smokescreen. As 1 Thessalonians 5:21 (in the Christian Bible) puts it, “Test all things; hold fast to that which is good.”

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The Reality of Miracles

The philosophical arguments against miracles are circular and incoherent. Further, denying the reality of miracles requires one to declare the experience of hundreds of millions of people to be not credible.

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The No-God Delusion

The psychiatric definition of “delusion” associates “delusion” with poor mental health. And a vast amount of research demonstrates that theistic belief is BENEFICIAL to one’s mental (and physical) health…whereas disbelief is HARMFUL. Utilizing the psychiatric definition of “delusion,” then, it is clearly atheists who are more deluded.

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The ancient fable behind disbelief in Christ’s resurrection.

Disbelievers in Christ’s resurrection would have one believe that the resurrection is an ancient fable. But it is actually DISBELIEF in Christ’s resurrection that springs from belief in an ancient fable…the ancient fable known as materialism or naturalism.

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Doesn’t religion cause killing?

Religion should be abandoned because it motivates killing—argue atheists. But the first problem with this argument is that “religion” is a notoriously slippery term. It is therefore impossible to rationally categorize God-believing church attenders as “religious” and atheists as “non-religious.”

Secondly, the most prolific killers in all of human history were the Communists and Nazis. Communism is an officially atheist political philosophy, and the Nazis rationalized their killing with atheist philosophy.

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