With the recent wave of books on atheism becoming New York Times best-sellers, the God debate is heating up. Because of the implications, it's the most significant question of all time: Is there a God, or isn't there? In this compelling book, Ray Comfort argues the case with simple logic and common sense. If there is a God, surely He has made His presence known so that anyone, young or old, scholar or school child, can find Him. By applying basic logic to three clear evidences for the existence of God, Comfort will help you to: * Examine the case for evolution and see what top scientists are really saying about the theory * Explore the facts that led the world's most notorious atheist to acknowledge a Creator * Investigate the evidence to discover who God is through 100% scientific proof, you can know God exists.
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HOW DO WE KNOW GOD EXIST? Questions about God aren't going away. * Is God really out there? * How can we know he is real? * Even if God is real, is he involved in our lives today? How will you respond? The challenging uncertainties in your mind, or in the mind of someone you know, are worth taking the time to explore. In six engaging sessions designed to get small groups talking, each guide in the Contenders Bible Study Series deals head-on-with some of the controversies commonly asked about Christianity. You will dialogue in the process of study and spiritual conversations that will lead you to conclude that the Christian faith can stand up you any challenge. SESSION TOPICS 1 Is God really out there? 2 How can we know is God is real? 3 What is God like? 4 Are miracles possible? 5 Is God involved in our lives today? 6 How can we know God personally?
With the recent wave of books on atheism becoming New York Times best-sellers, the God debate is heating up. Because of the implications, it's the most significant question of all time: Is there a God, or isn't there? In this compelling book, Ray Comfort argues the case with simple logic and common sense. If there is a God, surely He has made His presence known so that anyone, young or old, scholar or school child, can find Him. By applying basic logic to three clear evidences for the existence of God, Comfort will help you to: Examine the case for evolution and see what top scientists are really saying about the theory Explore the facts that led the world's most notorious atheist to acknowledge a Creator Investigate the evidence to discover who God is through 100% scientific proof, you can know God exists.
With the recent wave of books on atheism becoming New York Times best - sellers, the God debate is heating up. Because of the implications, it's the most significant question of all time: Is there a God, or isn't there? In this compelling book, Ray Comfort argues the case with simple logic and common sense. If there is a God, surely He has made His presence known so that anyone, young or old, scholar or school child, can find Him. By applying basic logic to three clear evidences for the existence of God, Comfort will help you to: Examine the case for evolution and see what top scientists are really saying about the theory Explore the facts that led the world's most notorious atheist to acknowledge a Creator Investigate the evidence to discover who God is through 100 percent scientific proof, you can know God exists.
Challenging today's accepted "wisdom," Catholic scientist Gerard Verschuuren, Ph.D., here demonstrates that the question of whether God exists is not one science can answer. Verschuuren begins by explaining the five famous medieval proofs for the existence of God -- based on reason alone -- that have survived despite nearly a thousand years of efforts to refute them. With his wise help, you'll come to see that just as reason gives us access to the existence of numbers, so it is reason that gives us access to the existence of God.
This revised edition of the Tough Questions series of small group curriculum faces head-on the difficult and challenging questions seekers ask about the Christian faith.
The challenging uncertainties in your mind, or in the mind of someone you know, are worth taking the time to explore. In 6 engaging sessions this guide deals with some of the controversies commonly asked about Christianity. This study will lead you to conclude that the Christian faith can stand up to any challenge.
Atheists do not want you or anyone else to read this book as you can see from the one-star reviews they have posted on this page, and it's no wonder. This book not only shows that Darwin's theory of evolution is totally incapable of explaining how life came about and evolved, it shows that their religion, Scientific Materialism, is based on false premises and needs to be replaced with science that is based on facts rather than not falsehoods.The time has come for believers to fight back. This book was written in an effort to give Christians the ammunition that will be needed to prevent atheists from pushing religion underground. Currently, far-left Democrats are doing everything in their power to impeach a duly-elected Republican president of the United States, and whether or not they like President Trump, most Christians would agree the Republican Party is the one party that stands up for God and Christian values. Because of the Democrat's impeachment efforts and the enabling left-wing media, public opinion could take a dramatic turn against the president and his party, resulting in a landslide victory for the Left--and a bonanza for their cause. With a radical Progressive in the White House, and a Democrat majority in the House and Senate, the Left will begin to systematically impose its will, and near the top of their agenda is the total eradication of God and religion. This was highlighted in a speech at the University of Notre Dame given on October 11, 2019 by Attorney General William Barr, who blasted "militant secularists" and their attacks on Judeo-Christian values, saying, "This is organized destruction. Secular forces and their allies have marshaled all the forces of mass communication, popular culture, the entertainment industry, and academia, in an unremitting assault on religion and traditional values."Secularists use Scientific Materialism, which is still taught in schools, to refute the existence of God, and each year more and more people believe them
Five arguments to defend your faith. In an increasingly secular world, Christians face more pressure to justify their beliefs. Confronted by confident atheists, can you be sure your faith in God is reasonable? In How Do We Know God Exists?, William Lane Craig offers five air--tight arguments for God's existence. Not only are these arguments rational, but they have not been disproven--let alone adequately challenged. You can have confidence that your faith is grounded. The Questions for Restless Minds series applies God's word to today's issues. Each short book faces tough questions honestly and clearly, so you can think wisely, act with conviction, and become more like Christ.
James's work provides doubters with proof that God exists. (Practical Life)
Does God exist? If He does, how does He fit into the life of a Free Spirit? And how does a naturally rebellious personality adhere to a set of holy standards when the very essence of being free suggests anything but conformity? There are so many questions: * Is God a supreme holy being and higher intelligence? * Or is God the goodness we conjure in our own selves? * Is God the cosmic energy the universe gives back to us when we treat others well and observe a rule of karma? * Or is God strictly a myth derived by early man in order to sustain survival instincts, accept death, and answer the burning question of how we got here? From one Free Spirit to another, we will answer these questions and take a closer look at why organized religion turns us off, and why so many religious sects have left us doubting and confused. We'll identify why the idea of atheism can seem appealing, and we'll dive into the great debate between science and God, the good and bad of popular culture, what Christianity is all about, who exactly that Jesus guy was anyway, and why He could very well be the world's greatest rebel. Whether you're a Free Spirit yourself, or know one you just don't understand, this guide is meant to help you make sense of a Free Spirit's rebellious tendencies and how connecting with God can make us freer than ever. Mankind has a way of corrupting what we know about God, and this guide is your chance to set aside old perspectives and see God in a new light. Don't let mankind's horrid debauchery of religion negate your relationship with God when there is so much you still don't know.This guide is made up of a collection of years of theological insight with modern day parables and real world accounts. It is for: * Anyone who's ever questioned or wondered if God exists. * Anyone who knows He exists, but needs to find their way back or help others learn about Him in a modern day context. * Anyone seeking Truth, or wanting to make a positive change in their life. * Anyone s
I have never heard any person acknowledge both that God exists and they do not know who he is in the same sentence. I will not say it has not happened before, but in my limited sphere of relationships I have not heard it. What I have heard which has come to be equally profound in a negative way, is people speaking authoritatively when the subject of god came up. With authority we profess to know and with authority we deny his existence. With authority we declare how God thinks, how to get to him, how to become one. With authority we abolish, and banish, and box God according to how we think and feel. These things I have heard in my sphere of relationships. It would have been a breath of fresh air if someone had conveyed to me that they believed that God existed but they do not know who He is. (That would have put two of us on the same page). Even the Christian often times misses this point; he accepts Jesus on the basis of the presentation, yet, not knowing if he is real, or if He is the truth. We think He is, we feel he is. That is the extent of our understanding. What one thinks and feels is also the basis of every person's acceptance of any religion or spiritual portal. At this juncture, the Christian faith seems as just another religion. The new Christian does not know if he has begun a relationship with the true and living God, but at some point he should know definitively yes, or definitively no. People often leave the Christian faith without the definitive yes or the definitive no. God is among gods proliferated by many voices. We live as if no one can know for sure, therefore we believe as we see fit, for no one can prove otherwise. Me being alone and speaking into the air those many years ago, "God I want to know you" looms large in the face of the existence of many religions that have a subtext of many versions formed by ever growing groups of likeminded individuals. It is impossible to know God outside of Him making himself known to the individual. Unfort
Do people talking about God know what they are talking about? Are they all talking about the same thing? How do different religions approach the existence of God? Can God's existence be proved? And even if it can, is God necessarily good? Does God Exist? sets out to provide a lively and readable introduction to the main issues of theism and atheism. Taking care to avoid theological jargon, Mark Corner provides a fresh look at the question that has always been at the very root of philosophy. His arguments provoke further interest as a source of new ideas.
When I was in school back in the '60s, I was taught many things that I believed were factual and honest in truth and knowledge. As an example, that we came from monkeys and that the cavemen came from fish that walked on the land. My science teacher taught us that all things happened from a single Big Bang theory. I believed in these things that were taught to me so much as to defend them without any real information behind it other than what I was taught or shown. I even did this with my faith and religion because someone else who was more spiritual or educated than myself taught it that way. I just believed what they taught in the pulpit and on the radio.Then something happened to me that showed me that everything I believed was a lack of the "right" interpretation of what the current information was trying to show me. That example is explained in this book using a closed- or open-universe theory based on the instruments of the time.When you read this book you will see what I am speaking about. The information has meaning and purpose. Information is what gets you up, creates your beliefs, and inspires you to a purpose. Information can be misused as an example in the world wars and in today's example of fake news. Certain people choose not to accept the truth they hear unless they had concrete evidence about the information only coming from the source. It is those people who seek the source that the information comes from that is rewarded with the intention that the information intended in the first place.I chose the title because of a download that came from the source—God—answering all of my questions in one night, wide awake, and without my knowledge of it, except my loving wife, who witnessed this download. I have learned that when I go to the source, "purpose is defined, that created me. We must all find what that truth is and not just accept it because it was told to you that way from generations that one day decided this is how it is" (quote from the book
I'm intrigued by Fred Beuchner's insight (Wishful Thinking):The word religion points to that area of human experience where one way or another we come upon Mystery as a summons to pilgrimage; where we sense beyond and beneath the realities of everyday a Reality no less real because it can only be hinted at in myths and rituals; where we glimpse a destination that we can never fully know until we reach it.Since the Reality that religion claims to deal with is beyond space and time, we cannot use normal space-and-time language (i.e. nouns and verbs) to describe it directly. We must fall back on the language of metaphor and resign ourselves to describing it at best indirectly.It is obvious that this is what we are doing when we say Jesus is the "Son of God," or the Lord is our "shepherd," or the Kingdom of God is "within you." It is not so obvious that this is what we are doing--but we are doing it no less--when we say, "God exists." This does not mean that God "exists" literally as you and I do--that is, exists now and not then, here and not there, and stands out of (ex + sistere) some prior reality. It is at best a crude metaphor.To say that God "does not exist" may be a better metaphor to suggest the nature of God's reality. But since it also is bound to be taken literally, it is better not to say it.~originally published in Wishful Thinking and later in Beyond WordsWords try, and fail, to describe reality. Webster's calls a metaphor the application of a word or phrase to an object or concept it does not literally denote, suggesting comparison to that object or concept, as in A Mighty Fortress is our God; or something used to represent something else, a symbol(Random House).The authors of the Hebrew Scriptures, Jesus himself and his apostles, use concrete objects to convey truth. For example, "wind" is a phenomenon we all experience. The Hebrew scriptures, and Jesus, use "wind" as an expression of the "Spirit of God", the action of God, often unpredictable (as the w