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Argument # 4 For The Existence Of A Creator: The Moral Argument

The Bible doesn’t attempt to prove the existence of God; it simply declares it. Scripture writers accepted His existence as a settled fact.  The Bible’s opening line simply reads: “In the beginning GOD…” Gen. 1:1. Belief in the existence of … Continue reading

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Argument # 3 For The Existence Of A Creator: The Intuition (Ontological) Argument

The Bible doesn’t attempt to prove the existence of God; it simply declares it. Scripture writers accepted His existence as a settled fact.  The Bible’s opening line simply reads: “In the beginning GOD…” Gen. 1:1. Belief in the existence of … Continue reading

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The Insect World Illustrates the Teleological Argument for the Existence of a Creator

The “Teleological” argument is just a big word that means that the presence of design proves the existence of a designer. There is too much complexity in design to assume there was no Designer. Let me give you some illustrations from … Continue reading

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The Sun’s Complexity Illustrates the Teleological Argument for the Existence of a Creator

The “Teleological” argument is just a big word that means that the presence of design proves the existence of a designer. There is too much complexity in design to assume there was no Designer. Let me give you some illustrations from … Continue reading

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Argument # 2 For The Existence of A Creator: The Teleological Argument

The God of Order: Heart, Lungs, DNA The Bible doesn’t attempt to prove the existence of God; it simply declares it. Scripture writers accepted His existence as a settled fact.  The Bible’s opening line simply reads: “In the beginning GOD…” … Continue reading

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Argument # 1 For The Existence Of A Creator: The Cosmological Argument

The Cosmological argument – What banged and where did it come from? The Bible doesn’t attempt to prove the existence of God; it simply declares it. Scripture writers accepted His existence as a settled fact.  The Bible’s opening line simply … Continue reading

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