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Can God`s Existence Be Disproven?

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Posted by Steve Fejes on July 22, 2000 01:47:32 UTC

One basic premise about God is that He is the Creator of the Universe. This means that God exists independently of His Creation.
How does one prove a universal negative concerning God the Creator? Even if it were possible to know all things concerning the knowable universe, could this knowledge prove that there is nothing more?
Scientists are humans. We are all biassed. It is wise to ask why do I have my particular perspective. If we say that there is a Creator, then we are accountable to Him. Many are motivated to look for reasons to reject this.
Be objective now: Which shows evidence of a creator - a pebble or an arrowhead? It is obvious that the arrowhead had a designer.
Again - Does the DNA in a living cell show evidence of a creator? Obviously it does - to the unbiassed observer.
What are your biasses?


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