Informative Essay: Does God Really Exist?

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Does God really exist? Lee strobel interviewed Lee Wesley Richards, a philosopher and a Guillermo Gonzalez, a scientist in regards to how there is some evidence, from astronomy regarding God’s existence. The Principle of Mediocrity, which is the notion that our surrounding and our evolution are typical rather than exceptional, has been shown to be false through given examples drawn on from astronomy.
Due to inequality, Dr. King, a leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement, and his followers refused to comply with certain laws they strongly believed were unjust. Further, Dr. King explained there is a distinction between just and unjust laws and the role that it played in his views on civil disobedience. In addition, Dr. King and
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“Richards has a Ph.D., with honors, in philosophy and theology from Princeton Theological Seminary. He also has a M.Div. (Master of Divinity), a Th.M. (Master of Theology), and a B.A. with majors in Political Science and Religion. He lives with his family in the Washington DC Metro area,” (The Busch School of Business and Economics, n.d). Richard, a man of great talent worked in various careers throughout his life. According to the Bush School of Business, impressively, “Richards is an Assistant Research Professor in the School of Business and Economics at The Catholic University of America, a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, and executive editor of The Stream. In recent years he has been Distinguished Fellow at the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics, Contributing Editor of The American at the American Enterprise Institute, a Visiting Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, and Research Fellow and Director of Acton Media at the Acton Institute,” (The Bush, n.d). In addition, Richard worked as a public speaker, he created and produced of documentaries, and is currently an excellent author of numerous books, in which he received New York Times bestseller and awards for his talented work, and wrote articles that were published by various papers and magazines (The Busch School of Business and Economics,

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