Premise 1. Absolute truth exists (here)
Premise 2: I know something to be true (here)
Premise 3: Logic exists (here)
Premise 4: Logic is universal (here)
Premise 5: Logic does not change (here)
Premise 6: Logic is not made of matter (here)
Conclusion: Therefore, God exists.
The proof that God exists is that without Him you couldn’t prove anything!
Premise 1: Dirt is real.
Premise 2: Atoms are real.
Premise 3: Plankton are real.
Premise 4: Atom bombs explode.
Premise 5: Some postal workers have gone postal.
Premise 6: Last night your dream was a dream.
Conclusion: Therefore, the Bogeyman exists!
The proof? The proof that the Bogeyman exists is that without Him you couldn’t prove anything!
Truth, knowledge, and logic are all necessary to prove anything, and you assumed and admitted to all of them by reaching this proof.
While you may try to account for truth, knowledge and logic without God, the rest of the site will expose your inability to do so and the Christian’s justification for them with God.
1. What exactly does the word “God” denote? and
2. By what means does anyone have awareness of what the word “God” denotes?
God is a personal being (not an impersonal force). God is immaterial, omnipresent (everywhere), omniscient (all knowing), omnipotent (all powerful), omnibenevolent (all good), immutable (unchanging), sovereign (supreme in authority), free, perfect, and eternal (without beginning or end).
1. Do you admit that there is a distinction between what is real and what is imaginary? (Yes/No)
2. Do you admit that the imaginary is not real? (Yes/No)
3. How do you distinguish between what is real and what is imaginary? (invitation to identify steps in a process)
4. Can you point to any passage in the bible which details the steps by which one can reliably distinguish between what is real and what he is imagining? (Yes/No – if yes, book, chapter and verse, like the T-shirt Sye has up for sale)
5. How many steps does that passage prescribe, and what are they, beginning with the first step? (be specific)
6. How can I reliably distinguish between what you call “God” and what you may merely be imagining?
7. When I imagine your god, how is what I’m imagining anything other than imaginary?