with Karl Faase
There are many who hold to an atheistic world view; who believe that not only is there no God, but that there is no evidence of God.
Many disagree with that view, including Gregory Ganssle, Senior Fellow and lecturer in Philosophy at Yale University, who contends that there are clear pointers to God's existence in our universe. He provides four of many such elements that an atheistic view cannot adequately or reasonably explain:
1. The universe is ordered rather than random.
2. It's a world with consciousness, rational investigative thought and reflection.
3. We are in a world of free agency. People can think and act independently.
4. It's a world with objective moral obligations – we instinctively know right from wrong.
Our universe is far from random.
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