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Have you everbeen involved in a conversation with a skeptical co-worker or a friend who has asked you this question: “If God made the universe then who made God?” Let’s get to the real issue of this objection for God’s existence by looking a three of understandings for answering it.
First, this objection makes a categorical mistake. It would be like asking, “How does your favorite song smell?” It just does not make sense, does it? This objection is often asked by those who are fans of the famed atheist, Bertrand Russell who once said, “It everything must have a cause then God must have a cause.” But everything does not need to have a cause. Continue reading
Where does truth come from and is it knowable? That question seems to be harder and harder to grasp for many people today, who rely on just the senses for determining their reality of truth. But the senses of sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch come far short of knowing real truth, only to leave one swimming in the pool of relativism. Continue reading
Sometimes a skeptic will throw down an objection that really causes the questioned to pause. This objection is one of those objections. “Why should I worship a God who is self-centered and conceited because He created an entire Earth and universe just to sit around and worship Him?”
If this objection had any validity, I don’t think I would want to worship that kind of God either. Would you? There has to be an underlying issue to our worshiping a Creator Who got things started from the start of the universe to what we see around us today. Continue reading