A Wallet, A Dollar, the Existence of God (Part 1-3 – The Case For Theism)

A Wallet, A Dollar, the Existence of God (Part 1 – The Case For Theism)

An argument for theism based on the existence of our caused, limited universe. We take the first step toward Christian Theism by using a wallet and a dollar to illustrate the point. Can naturalism account for the sudden appearance of space, time and matter? Why must we stay inside the natural environment when the evidence here does not provide us with any answers? – See more at: http://coldcasechristianity.com/2013/a-wallet-a-dollar-the-existence-of-god-part-1-the-case-for-theism/

A Wallet, A Dollar, the Existence of God (Part 2 – The Case for Personal Theism)

An argument for personal theism based on the philosophical truth that the first, uncaused, cause of this caused universe had the ability to “decide”. We take the second step toward Christian Theism by using a wallet and a dollar to illustrate the point. Can an impersonal force account for the sudden appearance of space, time and matter? If the force that caused the universe is also caused, how did this cause come into existence? – See more at: http://coldcasechristianity.com/2014/a-wallet-a-dollar-the-existence-of-god-part-2-the-case-for-personal-theism/

A Wallet, A Dollar, the Existence of God (Part 3 – The Case for Christian Theism)

An argument for Christian theism based on the nature of moral behavior. We take the third step toward Christian Theism by using a wallet and a dollar to illustrate the point. If God is personal and made a decision to create us, doesn’t it make sense that he would care about our condition? What kinds of faith systems allow for true moral behavior to be fostered and developed? – See more at: http://coldcasechristianity.com/2014/a-wallet-a-dollar-the-existence-of-god-part-3-the-case-for-christian-theism/

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