Explanatio In Reasonable Faith Analysis

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Therefore, nature is probably the work of a designer” (Evans, 2009). God cannot be explained or defined, and He cannot be put into a neat little box of answers to all of man’s questions. Attempting to explain God’s nature and all that encompasses Him, His intelligence, character, and supernatural powers, would be futile and unfeasible. It would be impossible to explain everything that encompasses God, and attempting to do so would probably take an eternity.
Acknowledging that human beings are also intelligent and able to create by their own hands, it is a natural inclination to suggest that perhaps human beings were given these skills and attributes because they were created by an intelligent being. This process of thinking gives weight to the teleological argument and the argument from design. The universe itself, and all that exists in it, seems to be no accident of nature. For something so complicated and detailed to occur, Christians can most certainly conclude that the best possible
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What purpose do we have, if we were not created for a purpose? Our sense of morality is inherent, and we have this sense of right and wrong because of God, not because we are without Him. Essentially, life without God is a life without morality. Life without God has no meaning, no worth, and no point. The atheist point of view that sees life as just a routine, going through the motions, hopeless existence is anything but comforting. Craig goes on to say, “Man cannot live consistently and happily as though life were ultimately without meaning, value, or purpose. If we try to live consistently within the framework of the atheistic worldview, we shall find ourselves profoundly unhappy. If instead we manage to live happily, it is only by giving the lie to our worldview” (Craig,

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