Christianity on Trial (Extra-Biblical Evidence)

In the world today there are so many religions that claim to be exclusively true. This in fact should cause any rational being to ask the question- ‘Are they all true, all false or one true?’. Now from the last article- ‘All False, All True, One True?’ I think we can concede that the statement-…

All False? All True? One True?

The ease of migration and telecommunication advancements has resulted in a host of effects. One of which is an increased awareness of religious diversity and proliferation-that certain religions are confined largely to specific parts of the world, for example; for a very long time Christianity was in fact largely confined to a corner of the…

Moral Argument: Law requires a Lawgiver

The moral argument goes this way; Every law requires a Lawgiver Objective Moral Law exists Therefore there is an objective Moral Lawgiver Let’s examine the first premise- Every law requires a lawgiver. We know experientially that no law just comes into existence without introduction by a personal being. The laws against drunk driving, terrorism didn’t…

Conclusion: Cosmological Arguement.

With the evidence presented in the cosmological arguement. The evidence leads us to two options; No one created something out of Nothing- The Atheistic View or Someone created something out of nothing – Theistic view Now which view is more reasonable? We all have to ask ourselves this question. With number 2, at least if…

There’s no God?!: Cosmological Argument

Does God exist? This is one of the most important questions a person can consider. Your belief in the existence of God has enormous implications on your views of life, humanity, morality, and destiny. In this article, I offer three arguments demonstrating the reasonableness of believing that God exists. The Cosmological argument- That the universe…