4 Reasons to Believe in God
Either God exists or He doesn’t. There is no middle ground. Consider four logical lines of powerful evidence that clearly testify on behalf of the existence of a supernatural Creator.
Where Did God Come From?
If God supposedly created everything, then who made God? Isn’t this a real dilemma for Christians? Join Eric Lyons as he logically and succinctly responds to this frequently asked question.
Fine-Tuned Design Demands a Fine-Tuner
Cars, computers, and projectors all require engineers, technicians, and tuners for them to function properly. But what about the Universe as a whole? How did it become so finely tuned? Join Eric Lyons as he discusses the logic of a fine-tuned Universe demanding a fine-Tuner.
Why Doesn't God Show Himself?
Many unbelievers wonder why, if God exists, He doesn’t simply appear to every person on Earth to prove that He exists. Wouldn’t this settle the question once and for all? Does such “absence” of God actually prove His non-existence?
What is the Meaning of Life? Atheism versus God
Other than subjective feelings of meaning and importance, atheism implies that life ultimately is meaningless. Christianity, on the other hand, offers the world real, objective meaning. Join Eric Lyons as he contrasts these two worldviews.
Atheism: Contradictory at Best
If atheism is true, then real, objective “good” and “evil” cannot exist. But, if as most atheists admit, some things are actually “good” and “evil,” then atheism cannot logically be true, since there must be some real, objective reference point for “good” and “evil” outside of nature.
What Do You Know?
Many leading atheistic evolutionists contend with all assurance that they know what happened billions of years ago. They claim to know that purely naturalistic evolution is “a fundamental fact.” Christians, on the other hand, choose to believe in the answers of the One Who was at Creation and Who did the creating—answers that are actually in perfect harmony with a study of the physical realm.
Are Christians Crazy?
Christians are often ridiculed for believing in the various miracles recorded in the Bible. Yet, when genuine, biblical Christianity and naturalistic atheism are compared and contrasted, one proves to be perfectly rational.
Are Christians Brainwashing Their Kids?
Is it arrogant to teach children that God exists? Is it cultish to say that Jesus “is the way”? Should children be allowed to think for themselves? How do Christians logically respond to the “brainwashing” charge?
One Proof of God: Jesus
Humans cannot give sight to the blind or raise the dead. If ever such a person existed, his life would logically testify to the existence of a supernatural Being. Indeed, the life and works of Jesus testify to the existence of God.
Christ and Credible Testimony
Did Jesus endorse a “blind faith”—one based on feelings rather than facts? If so, then why did He rebuke His apostles for not believing in His resurrection before they had actually seen Him resurrected? And why did Jesus tell Thomas, “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed”? What kind of “faith” was Jesus advocating?
God and Rational Faith
Are Christians irrational, or are they simply following the evidence to where it logically leads? Join Eric Lyons as he discusses how God actually has always been concerned about providing humanity with sufficient proof that leads to a rock-solid, rational faith in the Lord and His Word.
What Is Apologetics?
Is Christian apologetics about apologizing for one’s beliefs? If not, why is the word apologetics used? Is this word even found in the Bible? Join Eric Lyons as he answers these questions and more in under 3 minutes.
Why God? Program
Can atheism logically explain the existence of the Universe and everything in it, or does God exist? Does an honest investigation of the world around us logically lead to a Creator, or does godless naturalism sufficiently explain design, intelligence, and morality? And, if God does exist, where did He come from, and why doesn’t He just show Himself to everyone to prove that He exists—if He really does? Join Eric Lyons as he discusses these and many other intriguing questions in Why God?