If you examine life close enough, you will find that there are reasons for about everything that exists or takes place. Is it too much to believe that the existence of God and good could be reasonable ideas? Would it be beyond reason to believe that God would have to be the most logical of all beings? Do you find yourself on occasion discussing the idea of God and good with atheists or people from other religions, and the only reasoning you can propose to them for believing is verses from a Holy Book? Since the person you are speaking to may not believe in a particular Holy Book, perhaps it would be profitable for one to have reasons to believe in God and good in addition to scriptures alone? Since it is very difficult to reason out God, good, and the meaning of life without spending many years of hard labor, the work that you now hold was created to explain via reason the existence of God, the good, some fallacies of science, and the meaning of life.
|Publication date:||1st December 2006|
|Author:||Musings: The Philosophy of God Michael Taylor|