Tag Archives: does God exist?

Rapid Response: “You Can’t Be Certain About the Claims of Christianity”

In our Rapid Response series, we tackle common concerns about (and objections to) the Christian worldview by providing short, conversational responses. These posts are designed to model what our answers might look like in a one-on-one setting, while talking to a friend or family member. Imagine if someone made the …

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How We Define the Nature of God Determines How We Define the Problem of Evil

The problem of evil is often cited as a form of exculpating evidence by those who deny the existence of God. Exculpating evidence points away from a “suspect” under consideration in an investigation. If evil is exculpatory, it would eliminate the reasonable inference of God’s existence. In my latest book, …

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Answering Objections to the Moral Argument for the Existence of God (Podcast)

In this podcast re-post, J. Warner follows up on the previous podcast and examines objections to the axiological argument for the existence of God. Can naturalists account for transcendent moral truths without grounding them in a transcendent source? Are these alternative explanations reasonable? Subscribe to the Cold-Case Christianity Weekly Podcast …

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The Moral Argument for the Existence of God (Podcast)

In this podcast re-post, J. Warner examines the axiological argument for the existence of God. Do objective moral truths exist, and if so, how can these truths be grounded? Does God’s existence best account for objective moral truth claims? Subscribe to the Cold-Case Christianity Weekly Podcast on iTunes, or add …

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Points to Remember When Making the Case for God’s Existence (Free Bible Insert)

There are several evidential arguments for the existence of God from Cosmology, Teleology, Axiology and Logic. I’ve described these arguments and created a Bible Insert to help you recall the detailed steps necessary to make the case for God’s Existence. This month, I’d like to provide you with a second …

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