Is there a God?

There are several arguments that have been used to prove the existence of God. I’ll begin by submitting one–an argument that creation, itself, shows the existence of God. This argument has been used by many brilliant philosophers in the past, including (if memory serves) Plato and Aristotle. Paul says in Romans 1:19-20 that God has made it evident to men through what he created that he does exist, expressing even his divine nature as well as his mighty power. So, this is the challenge put forth. Is this true or is it as Carl Sagan once put it that the “cosmos is all that is or ever was or ever will be?”[1]

[1] Carl Sagan, Cosmos (New York: Random House, 1980), p. 4.


2 responses to “Is there a God?

  1. Ed Bromfield

    November 12, 2011 at 07:32

    I agree the man is a created being and not a product of evolution. I don’t believe intelligence is ultimately derived from non-intelligent matter.

    I also agree that Jesus in his human life was the express Image of God. No man has ever acted as Jesus did. No man has ever expressed love for mankind or God as Jesus did. He is one of us, but one set apart from us at the same time. He is God in human form.

  2. John M. Chew

    November 11, 2011 at 11:28

    Man,……Man was made in the image of God. Jesus was a man,and Hebrew says he was the express image of God.


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