An Argument Against Atheism

A couple of years ago, there was a popular movie entitled, “God Is Not Dead.”  It was about a young college student having to prove to a philosophy professor that God was not dead.  That God exists.

That’s not an issue most of us have an issue with. We believe that God exists.  That God is alive and well.  But, there are people who are known as atheists who do not believe in the existence of God.  I’ve interacted with a few of them on social media.

For most atheists, science is their god.  If something can’t be proven scientifically, they will not believe it exists.  As far as I know, the existence of God can’t be proven scientifically, so they reject the existence of God.  They will not operate in the realm of faith.

But, the Bible says of the atheist, “Only fools say in their heart ‘There is no God.'” (Psalm 53:1).  I understand that there are questions regarding faith that a person may have.  For instance, an atheist sees all the suffering in the world and asks how God can exist when there is so much suffering in the world?  However, just because you can’t find an answer to something doesn’t mean that God doesn’t exist.

When I look at the beautiful creation… the mountains… the oceans… trees… I know that God exists! When I think of how a baby is formed… in the womb of a lady, God gives the child eyes, ears, a brain, a heart, etc…. I know God exists!

You may have had some problems believing in God.  I encourage you to set those aside.  You may not be able to find an answer to every problem you have but, I assure you, God exists.

Genesis 1:1 says, “In the beginning God…”  Let’s put our faith in God.

 

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