Existence of God: 31 Reasons To Believe In The God of the Bible
by Todd Clay
God has imprinted his fingerprints on the universe in many ways. Here are 31 ways the God of the Bible has made himself obvious to the world.
According to the Bible, “God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them…so they are without excuse. (Romans 1:19-20). To the Apostle, the existence of God was so obvious nobody had an excuse not to know him.
God is not some microscopic amoeba at the bottom of an Amazonian jungle pond. Nor is he some lunar rock in a distant galaxy. Instead, he is nearby and obvious to anyone who wants to find him.
God has imprinted his fingerprints on the universe in many ways. Here are 31 reasons the God of the Bible has made himself obvious to the world…
Scientific Arguments for God’s Existence
The Fine Tuning Argument: Scientists have determined that life in the universe would be impossible if more than about two dozen properties of the universe were even slightly different from what they are. In short, the universe is “fine-tuned” for life. (Discovery.org)
Earth’s Perfect Size: Earth is the only known planet with an atmosphere of the right mixture of gases to sustain plant, animal and human life. (everystudent.com)
Irreducible Biological Complexity: There are a number of biochemical systems that are irreducibly complex. Like the functions of a mousetrap, a cilium cannot perform its function unless its components are arranged and structured in precisely the manner in which they are. (talkorigins.org).
DNA’s Function as Life’s Blueprint: DNA instructs the cell like your smartphone is programmed. DNA is a three-billion-lettered program telling the cell to act in a certain way. It is a full instruction manual for life. (everystudent.com)
The Human Brain’s Capacity: The human brain processes more than one million messages a second. Your brain weighs the importance of the data and allows you to focus and operate effectively in your world. (everystudent.com)
The Eye’s Complexity: The human eye has automatic focusing and handles an astounding 1.5 million messages simultaneously. In addition, it can distinguish between seven million colors making it a highly complex organ. (everystudent.com)
Chaos Never Creates Order: Since everything in the universe tends toward disorder, it is a violation of the Second Law of Thermodynamics if things become more orderly and complex by themselves. Hence, something must have put everything together originally…