By Gabriel Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
The need for evidence. I wonder how many hundreds if not thousands or millions of people have left the Christian faith because they could find no evidence for God.
I have even found myself doubting God’s existence.
Where do we find evidence?
God gave us the answer.
For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse.
Look at the stars, each one special.
Look at the trees.
Look at the mountains.
Look at dozens of different colors of fish swim by you in a coral reef.
Take a deep breath, feel your heart beating.
God made it all.
It is amazing. God is so good.
There is your evidence. So, if you ever find yourself doubting, take a look at creation, take a look at the handiwork of God.
In Romans 1:20 [see above] the original term for without excuse comes from the word, anapologētos, which means without excuse, but here is where it gets interesting, it is believed that the word anapologētos came from the word apologeomai. The word apologeomai means, among other things, to make a defense or speak for self.
You see I don’t need to give you a fully thought out presentation about why God exists, though if asked I might,
because God made it evident to everyone, His creation speaks for His existence. Just think about it.