The Evidence for God
How tragic that God is so often ignored in the political, scientific, and educational realms of our lives. Evidence for God is so certain that the Psalmist said: "The fool has said in his heart, There is no God" (Psalm 14:1).
Many want to escape God's authority, and so they try to convince themselves that science has explained God and His creation of all things. Some think that they answer only to themselves; so they reject God or place Him in an impersonal role in their lives.
Yet the heart of the scientific method, is Cause and Effect. Simply put, every cause must have an adequate effect: "From nothing, comes nothing!" There has to be a Cause of all creation. The cause great enough to produce our universe is called God.
God's creation tells something of his characten God has intelligence, because our universe has intelligent order, and intelligent beings.
Emotions and feelings are present in our world, so God must have emotional characteristics. We would agree that the noblest, highest emotion is love, and therefore God must be One Who possesses love to the highest degree. It is no wonder the Bible declares: "...God is love" (I John 4:8).
In our universe are great stores of energy and power beyond our knowledge. God is the source of this power, and the force behind the energy.
In fact, our universe has within it moral rules. These are not self-produced. Even bad people recognize good and evil, and say that "good" is better than "bad" and that "right" is better than "wrong." We have a sense of morality. How can this be explained without God, Who has great moral consciousness?
God is eternal, all-powerful, all-knowing, everywhere-at-the-same-time, possessed of will, capable of great love, and always good. God is a Being Who has created all, Who preserves all, and to Whom we shall answer for our deeds -- whether good or bad -- on Judgement Day.
God Tells Us About Himself
Those who reject God or ignore God do so, not because science or reason