The Existence of God
The Bible says the fool denies God exists. The proof is out there, we just have to be willing to set aside our selfishness and believe.
Day One: Does God exist?
The existence of God cannot be proved or disproved. The Bible says that we must accept by faith the fact that God exists: "And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him"...
For more, see: "Is there a God?"
Day Two: Is God real?
We know that God is real because He has revealed Himself to us in three ways: in creation, in His Word, and in His Son, Jesus Christ...
For more, see: "Proof of God"
Day Three: Is God man-made?
Some people argue that God is man-made; that is, the concept of God is merely a human fabrication handed down through the generations from those who didn't know any better. They claim that the idea of a God or gods is simply the way human beings explain things that are too difficult to understand...
For more, see: "Is God imaginary?"
Day Four: Is there conclusive proof?
The answer to this question depends greatly on what is meant by "conclusive" proof of God. Can we reach out and touch God or see Him in the same way that we touch and see people? No. But there are countless ways one can know assuredly that God does exist...
For more, see: "Is there an argument for the existence of God?"
Day Five: Who created God?
A common argument from atheists and skeptics is that if all things need a cause, then God must also need a cause. The conclusion is that if God needed a cause, then God is not God (and if God is not God, then of course there is no God)...
Day Six: Why should we care?
There are myriad views on not only the nature of God but also His very existence. Humans have limited perception of the complexities of our immediate world and the universe as a whole. The irony is that God's nature is not one of confusion, but of peace...
For more, see: "A 30 Second Argument for God"
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