Cosmological Argument For God's Existence

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In any search for truth, the issue of religion will arise at some point. The religious values, or lack of them, permeate out thinking about many issues, and most people naturally feel a deep personal interest in the whole question of God. There may be people who are indifferent to the possibility of God’s existence. Would be strange to be indifferent to an area of knowledge which claims to explain the nature of right and wrong, the purpose of life and what happens to us after death. Wayne Grudem writes in Systematic Theology that “First, all people have an inner sense of God. Second, we believe the evidence that is found in Scripture and in nature.” A full investigation is more than we can offer, instead we focus on the most commonly held belief,…show more content…
That is, something that has, and always will be. Without this it is impossible to answer the question “Where does man truly come from?” If we say he came from dust, who made the dust? If the dust was made from atoms, then who made the atoms? And so on, until we arrive at the conclusion that there was something eternal. This is where the theories of the Big Bang and Evolution fail. They attempt to arrive at the conclusion that this universe is eternal, but their own scientific theories about the age of the structure in which we live force even the most dedicated Atheist to admit that it was indeed created at some point in time. Therefore, if the universe was created, something greater than the universe was the engineer behind its initial…show more content…
Without God, there can be no absolutes or enforced morality. Furthermore, the cosmological argument asserts that because this universe has a beginning, it must have been created by something greater. Finally, when looking at the universe, we are forced to logically conclude that a God was behind the creation due to the deliberate way in which it is obviously set up in order to sustain human life. These principles show that Atheism, while given the appearance of science and discovery, fails to address the major questions that the theology of a creator God more than
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