The Case For The Existence Of God

Either God exists or He doesn't. There is no middle ground. Any
attempt to remain neutral in relation to God's existence is automatically
synonymous with unbelief. It is far from a "moot" question, for if God
does exist, then nothing else really matters; if He does not exist, then
nothing really matters at all. If He does exist, then there is an eternal
heaven to be gained (Hebrews 11:16) and an eternal Hell to be avoided
(Revelation 21:8). The question for God's existence is an extremely
important one.

One might wonder why it is necessary to present evidence for the
existence of God. As Edward Thomson so beautifully stated it:

"...the doctrine of the one ...

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in their philosophy (Romans 1:21,22,28). They do not see the folly
(Psalm 14:1) of saying there is no God.

The Christian has not only the obligation to "give answer to every man
that asketh you a reason concerning the hope that is in you..." (I Peter
3:15), but an obligation to carry the Gospel message to a lost and dying
world (Mark 16:15-16, et al.).

There will be times when carrying the Gospel message to the world will
entail setting forth the case for the existence of God. In addition, we
need to remember that Christians are not agnostics. The agnostic is the
person who says that God's existence is unknowable. As difficult as it is
to believe, some Christians take that same stance in regard to God's
existence. They assert that they "believe" there is a God, but that they
cannot know it. They state that God's existence cannot be proved. `This
is false!' God's existence is both `knowable' and `provable.' Acceptance
of God's existence is not some ...

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As one writer observed, even today the evidence
indicates that "no race or tribe of men, however degraded and apparently
atheistic, lacks that spark of religious capacity which may be fanned and
fed into a mighty flame." If, therefore, man is incurably religious--and
has the idea of God in his mind--and if we assume that the world is
rational, it is impossible that a phenomenon so universal as religion could
be founded upon illusion.

The question is highly appropriate therefore: what is the source of
this religious tendency within man? Alexander Campbell, in his celebrated
debate April 13-23, 1829 in Cincinnati, Ohio with Robert Owen, provided the
answer to this question in a ...

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