Whether or not God exists is the most important question for humanity. If he does exist and the Christian Bible has it right, our moral behavior must reflect God’s intentions for his creation. If he does not, and the Bible is nothing more than one holy book among many, then moral behavior is merely a… Read More The Moral Argument For God’s Existence — Dewayne Bryant, Ph.D.
If nothing comes from nothing, then the most obvious conclusion is that the universe had a point of origin. It cannot come from nothing (proven by science), nor can it create itself (a logical impossibility). This being the case, then the universe must have an adequate cause for its existence. For philosophical reasons, this cause cannot be material, nor can it be constrained by time and space, and it must be timeless itself. This certainly fits the description of the biblical God.… Read More The Cosmological Argument for God’s Existence — Dewayne Bryant, Ph.D.
A few years ago my wife’s employer, a professed believer and follower of Jesus Christ, informed Beth of her belief that the events of the book of Genesis (the creation of the world in six days, Adam and Eve, the global flood, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, etc.) was fictional. When Beth asked… Read More Denying the Historicity of Genesis Does Not Uphold Biblical Christianity — Jon Mitchell, Editor (Editorial: January/February, 2016)