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Skeptics often claim there is no evidence for God’s existence. Clearly, that’s not true: the same evidence exists for everyone. Christians should be able to explain our reasons for believing in God by pointing to the evidence… not only in our own lives, but in the world around us.

"Follow the science." That's a good idea, I'd say. Why? Because good science tells us true things about the world around us. Scientific thinking has always been on the side of theism, and of Christianity in particular.
The universe is vast, mind-bending, and fascinating. Scientists - religious and non-religious alike - speak of the conditions necessary for life to exist, and the numbers are mind-boggling. If the universe were only slightly different, based on a large number of different forces, no life could exist. This is a strong argument for the existence of an intelligent designer who purposely created everything. Video, 6:22
Philosopher, theologian, and best selling author William Lane Craig is well-known for his vigorous defenses of Christianity. Here he spends 60 minutes with religious Jew and conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro.
J. Warner Wallace explains that the Big Bang provides evidence for God's existence, and that it fits neatly with the Genesis account of creation. Rather than affirming a view of the origin of the universe as godless, it supports the idea that the universe isn't eternal, but came into being at a specific point in history.

It's been said that mathematics is the language of nature. As a former teacher, I often told students that most things in world can expressed mathematically. William Lane Craig believes that theism better explains this facet of math than atheism. He's much smarter than I am, so I'll let him explain.

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