More Proof of God!

August 10, 2014
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Topic Notes

  • Introducing the Kalam Cosmological Argument
  • We are broadcasting on YouTube… LIVE!
  • We want to answer questions… bring ’em on!
  • What is it like to be atheist?
  • Our goal is to prove that there is SOME KIND OF GOD that exists
  • Explaining the Logical Argument
  • of Dave and Tacos
  • Breaking down the argument
    • 1. Whatever has a beginning to its existence must have a cause
    • 2. The Universe began to exist
    • 3. The Universe had to have a cause (a creator)
  • What is the Law of Causality?
  • Critics say God must have been self-caused – which is impossible.
  • The argument doesn’t say that “everything must have a cause.”
  • It says, “Whatever has a beginning to existence, must have a cause.”
  • God had no beginning so he doesn’t need a cause.
  • Bible Contradiction via answering-christianity.com
    • Who incited David to count the fighting men of Israel?
    • 2 Samuel 24:1 (God) vs I Chronicles 2 1:1 (Satan)
  • Listener Question
    • How should we as Christians defend the Bible? One of my co-workers said that like all other religions it was written by men. I referenced the scripture in Timothy that says all scripture is God-breathed (inspired by God) but then he countered with, “yeah but a man wrote that too.” I had to tap out there. How should I respond to that?
  • Believe it or not, this used to be (and still is) a huge point of disagreement.
  • There are two types of reasons why we know the universe had to have a beginning. The first one is a philosophical reason, and the second a scientific reason.
  • Explaining infinity
  • Explaining the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics
  • Pizza and Popcorn… the building blocks for life? Not really.
  • Put everything together and you get the conclusion that the Universe must have had a creator (we contend this is GOD!)

Video: Kalam Cosmological Argument

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