5 Powerful Reasons To Believe In The Christian God
“I don’t believe in God, or religion, or any of that stuff because there’s no evidence for it!”
How many times have you heard that one?
Well, that’s about all the introduction that today’s post needs. Here are five powerful pieces of evidence to believe in the Christian God.
1. Irreducible complexity in nature
Michael Behe, in his 1996 book Darwin’s Black Box defined irreducible complexity this way:
“a single system composed of several well-matched, interacting parts that contribute to the basic function, wherein the removal of any one of the parts causes the system to effectively cease functioning”
Think of a mouse trap. If you took any part of it away, it would stop working. Literally every piece of the mouse trap is crucial to the function of the mouse trap.
Therefore, that mouse trap is useless, unless it comes exactly the way that it is, fully formed, as is. The only way you can possibly do that is by building it.
In other words, the mouse trap is irreducibly complex. Many, many structures in the biological world are just like this, irreducibly complex. That is, they are delicate systems that will cease to function if you change them in any significant way.
Aside from the fact that this strongly implies that these structures are designed with a purpose, what it demonstrates is that they have to be fully formed, as they are.
The question is then, how could such structures possibly evolve?
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