Sheep Prove God exists

Richard Wurmbrand, formerly a Jewish Romanian pastor tortured by both
Fascists and Communists for his faith in Christ, addresses this question
in his book “Umpleti Vidul” (Fill the Void – published in English under
the title “Answers to Moscow’s Bible”). He tells us that someone asked
this question in a communist meeting in the Soviet Union.

Science and Belief in God

Do Science and Belief in God really conflict?

We may admit that some Christians do bad science.
This may be especially true of those who argue for a young earth (e.g.
one less than 50000 years old). But belief in God and even the Bible itself
does not require one to believe in such theories. Even the word for day
“yom” in the Biblical accounts in Genesis 1 and 2 certainly need not stand
for 24 hours. See Reasons to Believe
and other writings by Dr. Hugh Ross and others for more on this.

Resurrection Accounts

How Do The Biblical Accounts
of the Resurrection Fit Together?

The events following the resurrection of Christ are recorded in each
of the four gospels – Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Like any report of
anything, each contains only a partial report of the events. We are seeing
a story reported by four different people. Looking at them, it is very
hard to believe that they consulted together about what to put in the New

Philip Johnson Articles

  1. Academic Freedom · This article raises legal issues of whether an academic is even allowed to doubt evolution and teach his views without breaking the American law.
  2. Blind Watchmaker · A critique of Richard Dawkins’ ideas in his “Blind Watchmaker” and “Climbing Mount Improbable” books using the ideas of biochemist Michael Behe.
  3. Comparing Hostage Takers · Phillip E.

On the Bible

The Bible – What it is and Why We Can Trust its Message

The Bible itself speaks of a living, personal God, who created the Heavens
and the Earth. It presents an intelligent and accurate history of God’s dealings
with people until the time of the early church. Though written over a period
of more than 1500 years through many different writers from all walks of life,
it presents a consistent picture of who God is, who we are, what God wants,
the consequences of our actions and the future.

Is God Illogical?

It is argued that: “Atheists can know that God does not exist with 100% probability if they can show that the concept of God is incoherent or logically inconsistent with states of affairs we do experience, just as you, right now, can know with 100% probability that there are no such things as round squares, or gods that prevent all murders, even though you do not ‘know all things in the Universe.’ ”

I am waiting for the arguments to show that the very idea of God as a Creator of the Universe contains logical contradictions.

Is God Real?

We can know God is real when we experience His reality. God wants us
to know that He is real. One way you can find out for sure is through an
experimental approach. Pray a prayer like this:

“God, if you are real, show me. If you really exist, I want to know
before it is too late.”

No one else needs to know if you prayed such a prayer. If there is no
God, then He can’t respond to any prayer.

Who actually wrote the gospels?

Who Wrote Matthew, Mark, Luke and John?

Different Opinions on Jesus – who to believe?

Many people today have an opinion about who Jesus really was and what he
taught. Muslims say that Jesus was a prophet, a miracle worker, but not
the Son of God. They even deny he was crucified. The Qu’ran makes various
claims about what Jesus said and did.

Genesis One

Can We Make Sense of the Genesis 1 Creation Account?

If one desires to believe that the Hebrew creation account given
in Genesis Chapter 1 is truly part of the inerrant Word of God, does that
oblige one to believe such things as this:

a. The whole Universe, including man, was created in 7 literal 24 hour
day periods?

b. That God created the earth (vs 1) before He created even light?
(vs 3)

c. That God created plants and trees (vs 11) before He created the
sun, moon and stars? (vs 14-19)

The answer is NO.

For Skeptics

‘All true philosophers should keep their eyes open. Even if we have never seen a white crow, we should never stop looking for it. And one day, even a skeptic like me could be obliged to accept a phenomenon I did not believe in before.


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