Challenges to belief in God as he is revealed in the Bible have always existed, and today is no exception. In Evidence for God, leading Christian scholars and apologists provide compelling arguments that address the latest and most pressing questions about God, science, Jesus, the Bible, and more.
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“This argument says that we must think of God as the originating cause, or the initiating source of things and events, because there cannot be an infinite series of things that make the things around us exist.” (Page 15)
“‘Naturalism’ is the belief that in the final analysis, nature is all that there is, and that ‘nature’ is essentially unmodified by anything other than itself. In other words, nature itself is thought to be the ultimate reality.” (Page 28)
“A personal, self-aware, purposeful, good God provides the natural and necessary context for the existence of valuable, rights-bearing, morally responsible human persons. That is, personhood and morality are necessarily connected; moral values are rooted in personhood.” (Page 22)
“It seems that, ultimately, the crisis is the result of approaching ethics without reference to God. When morality is severed from its theological roots, secular ethics cannot sustain itself—it withers and dies.” (Page 20)
“The problem with skepticism (including moral skepticism) is that I am assuming a trustworthy reasoning process to arrive at the conclusion that I cannot trust my reasoning!” (Page 23)
William A. Dembski is research professor in philosophy at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas. He is the author or editor of more than a dozen books including The Design Revolution: Answering the Toughest Questions about Intelligent Design, Mere Creation: Science, Faith and Intelligent Design, and Science and Evidence for Design in the Universe.
Michael R. Licona is associate professor of theology at Houston Baptist University and president of Risen Jesus, Inc. He has a PhD in New Testament Studies from the University of Pretoria, which he earned with distinction and the highest mark. He is the author of numerous books including The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach, Paul Meets Muhammad: A Christian-Muslim Debate on the Resurrection, and co-author with Gary Habermas of the award-winning book The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus. He has spoken on more than 70 university campuses and has appeared on dozens of radio and television programs.