Refuting God: The Big Four

Frank Turek in a debate with Christopher Hitchens used three arguments to support the existence of God: Cosmological, Teleological, and Moral. It is worth noting that he does not include the Ontological argument, which William Lane Craig still infamously uses. Perhaps Turek understands that the argument is fatally flawed. I will address all four.

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Doubting Thomas

by T. E. Smith

John 20:24-29 records the story of one of the apostles, named Thomas. This short story has likely made him the second-most infamous of all the apostles (after Judas). In this tale, Thomas is not with the apostles when Jesus appears to them, and so he does not believe their resurrection account. In his words, “Unless I see in his hands the mark of the nails and place my finger into the mark of the nails, and place my hand into his side, I will never believe” (v. 25). Jesus appears to him eight days later and shows him the evidence, upon which Thomas confesses faith in Jesus as God.

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