Creator God Evidence
The Moral Argument (TMA) is a tremendously effective tool on the street. The reason TMA has so much force is because it reaches people on a more personal level. The bottom line is that the conclusions one draws from this argument will translate over to how they live their everyday life. In short, this one gets personal!
The Moral Argument Stated:
1) If God does not exist, objective moral values do not exist.
2) Objective moral values do exist.
3) Therefore, God exists.
Arguments for the existence of God come in many different forms; some draw on history, some on science, some on personal experience, and some on philosophy. (read more)
Faith in the existence of an all powerful, all loving God provides radically different conclusions to the three questions all humans must answer. In contrast to the atheist, the Christian can look forward to a life full of significance, meaning and hope. Man is significant because a personal Creator created him. (read more)
The debate over human origins has intensified, hitting the mainstream media like a tsunami. The debate is really about God, and whether or not our origins are explainable without him. (read more)
By Marilyn Adamson
Just once wouldn't you love for someone to simply show you the evidence for God's existence? No arm-twisting. No statements of, "You just have to believe." Well, here is an attempt to candidly offer some of the reasons which suggest that God exists. (read more)
They have been called the two greatest questions that face mankind:
Does God exist, and if He does, what is His nature?
Since the time of the ancient Greek philosophers, the answers to these questions have been sought by examining the nature of the universe and its life forms. In the 20th century more evidence has accumulated to answer these questions than at any time in history.
In the book of Romans, the Apostle Paul made a remarkable statement regarding the relationship between our understanding of the universe and the existence and attributes of God. (read more)
by Bill Pratt
Critics of Christianity and of religion, in general, like to take a page from Sigmund Freud and accuse believers of forming their beliefs for purely psychological reasons. Freud held that believers are projecting their need for a father figure on God. God is merely a psychological projection of the ideal father. God, in other words, is just a crutch for those who can’t face the difficulties of life.
Christians may have their psychological reasons for wanting God to exist, but atheists have their psychological reasons for wanting God to not exist. According to Paul Vitz, a psychologist who has extensively studied the psychology of atheism, many atheists don’t believe in God because they have unresolved hatred for their earthly father figure. (read more)
by Kristin Rupert
The issue of the existence of God is obviously a vastly important one. Both Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis, two of the greatest thinkers of the 20th century, separated all humans into two categories: those who believe in the supernatural and those who do not. Why such a distinction? Why were these two men so consumed with the “question of God?” Perhaps they spent so much time arguing their respective positions on God because they realized that the existence of a higher power would undoubtedly have immeasurable impact on their lives and on the world. (read more)
by John Piper
God is complete in Himself. He has no deficiencies. And therefore He can't be bribed with something He craves or blackmailed with some secret weakness or coerced by some superior power. And so all that He does, He does, not under constraint, but according to His own good pleasure. He is free, and He takes pleasure in all that He does.
Today we focus on one of the most astonishing things that God has done: He has created the universe, and what a universe it is! And there are two questions that I want to try to answer: Does God take pleasure in his creation? And if so, why does he? (read more)
Some things cannot be fully comprehended. Infinite things, eternal things, matters of God's sovereignty—these transcend our finite and temporal minds. For example, why did He create us? Certainly He doesn't need us, for He existed in perfect love and unity before He even created time. Furthermore, He even knew beforehand that His image, recreated in man, would reject Him and His Kingship over their lives, resulting in unthinkable pain and suffering and death of all things placed in man's dominion. He foresaw ruinous mutations, debilitating injuries, devastating cancer, etc., as consequences. We can only approach an answer to this unanswerable question by following the hints given in Scripture. (read more)