Existence of God
Introductory article exploring how the ubiquity of religion points us towards God's existence.
A summary of four philosophical arguments for God's existence.
The claim that God doesn't exist makes no more sense than the claim that four-sided triangles do. Objections to the Ontological Argument
From nothing, comes nothing. The universe simply cannot have popped into existence uncaused. Objections to the First Cause Argument
The universe is exactly as it needs to be for human beings to flourish. Christianity can explain this; atheism cannot. Objections to the Argument from Design
Morality consists of a set of authoritative commands. Only God could issue such commands. Objections to the Moral Argument
Jesus was either much less than, or much more than, a great human being.
The historical evidence surrounding the resurrection defies explanation in naturalistic terms.
Attempts to prove that atheism is true.
Is religious belief just an emotional crutch for those unable to cope with the reality of life without God?
If God knows how to, wants to, and is able to prevent suffering, then why doesn't he prevent it?
Can God create a stone so heavy that he cannot lift it?
Must we abandon the absolute truth-claims of Christianity in order to be tolerant of those of other faiths?
Can Darwin's theory of evolution remove the mystery from the question of human origins?