Does God Exist?

God Loves the World (John 3:16)

Does God exist? It just might be that some people are looking for God in the wrong way. Evidence for the existence of God is available for anyone who wants to learn how to affirm the existence of an eternal Creator who interacts in this world. Who is our Creator? Where is he?  How does he interact with human beings? Romans 1:20 says, “For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse.” When we look at this universe, we can learn many significant attributes about the Creator who made this universe.

Significant pieces of evidence for the existence of God are found in creation, good philosophy, and historical documents. Creation offers millions of pieces of evidence from design to intelligence, from matter to non-matter, from living things to non-living things, and from microbiology to the entire realm of the cosmos. Some of the best evidence supporting philosophical propositions are found in cosmology, teleology, the invisible human mind, the highest good, the problem of evil, absolute truth, and the moral law.

Ancient books throughout the ages offer significant insight into historical truth. Many, many pieces of documentary evidence affirm the existence of God. Take your pick, and study God’s existence using a higher level of reason. I continue to enjoy learning what the greats from history have said about cosmology, teleology, and the moral law. I like finding out what people are saying today. I also find it very helpful to examine objections of the day.

Take the time to discover the attributes of our Creator, and you will gain a fresh new look at this world. It is overflowing with millions of pieces of evidence that God does indeed exist.

Here is an article, “16 Ways To Show God Exists”:

https://ladyapologist.com/2018/05/18/16waystoshowgodexists/

 

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