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Articles concerning the existence of God.

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Without Excuse

“For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse” (Romans 1:20 - NKJV).

The evidence in nature (planets, plants, animals, humans, etc.) that points to a Creator is so clear and consistent that ignoring it is indefensible.  In fact, the natural evidence is so clear (Psalm 19:1), it is only the fool that continues to espouse the non-existence of God (Psalm 14:1; Romans 1:22).  In light of this evidence, and because God’s existence is often taken for granted, many faithful Christians fail to see the importance of being well-versed in the area of Christian apologetics.  Specifically, they often feel as though a study on the existence of God is a waste of time.  The thought process at the local congregation is occasionally something like, “We are all convinced that God exists.  Why not spend our time studying something more helpful?”

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Life Sustaining Water

It is no secret that water is a vital component of life.  The average human body is about 60-70% water (with the brain about 75% and the blood about 80% water).  It plays a vital role in nearly every bodily function (digestion, metabolism, nutrient absorption, chemical reactions, etc.).  Without water, the human being would not exist.

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The Nature of Evil

The most powerful argument atheists have to wield against the existence of God is the occurrence of evil in the world. Scottish philosopher and atheist David Hume suggested that a supernatural being which is both omnibenevolent and omnipotent could not exist since neither man nor animal is happy while on this earth. Further, Hume echoes the argument of Greek philosopher Epicurus by asking, "Is he (God) willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is impotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing?

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