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19 since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. 20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.
Is it really that hard to believe in God? Throughout history all civilizations have valued certain moral laws, which are surprisingly similar from culture to culture. The idea of love is entirely respected while the act of lying is universally condemned. This common ethic—this global understanding of right and wrong—points to a Supreme Moral Being who ...view middle of the document...
Look at the earth, the sun, the moon and the stars then ask yourself, could this just be an accident.
How is it that everything in our world is constantly changing? Our clothes, cities, technology and environment are constantly changing around us. In all our lives throughout the history of man there has only been one constant that never changes. An incredible power that has been amongst us never failing and never changing. The lord Jesus Christ is the one thing that will always be there unwavering from the beginning to the end. This is why we know being Christian isn’t just a religion or corporate worship. It has an objective perspective on all reality and is the most complete worldview. Only Christianity matches the way we must act if we are to live humanely and rationally in the real world. Christianity is the only religion that stands up to the practical real world.
I read in a book awhile back about a well-known scientist called Carl Sagan. I believe the book is called “How Now Shall We Live” (Pearcey, 2004). Carl had a popular television program that canonized the cosmos. He even won the National Academy of Science’s Public Welfare Medal in 1994. Carl Sagan was a Naturalist who was actively committed to animal rights. He believed humans evolved from beasts which meant there could be no difference between them. To him it was no difference from slaughtering a pig or killing a human. As a result he was very adamant about the medical research being done on animals. To move things along Sagan hit reality one day after finding out he had myelodysplasia, a...