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1. Does God exist? The complexity of our planet points to a deliberate Designer who not only created our universe, but sustains it today.
-The human brain
2. Does God exist? The universe had a start - what caused it?
>The universe has not always existed. It had a start...what caused that? Scientists have no explanation for the sudden explosion of light and matter.
3. Does God exist? The universe operates by uniform laws of nature. Why does it?
How is it that we can identify laws of nature that never change? Why is the universe so orderly, so reliable?
"The greatest scientists have been struck by how strange this is. There is no logical necessity for a universe that obeys rules, let alone one that abides by the rules of mathematics. This astonishment springs from the recognition that the universe doesn't have to behave this way. It is easy to imagine a universe in which conditions change unpredictably from instant to instant, or even a universe in which things pop in and out of existence."
4. Does God exist? The DNA code informs, programs a cell's behavior.
5. Does God exist? We know God exists because he pursues us. He is constantly initiating and seeking for us to come to him.
6. Does God exist? Unlike any other revelation of God, Jesus Christ is the clearest, most specific picture of God revealing himself to us.
Does God Exist-Six Reasons to believe that God is really there (www.everystudent.com)
311 days ago | Side: god exists
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