Christian Worldview: How Do We Know That God Exists?
How do we know things? For example, how do you know which flavor of ice cream tastes best? You sample some different flavors and identify the one that is most pleasing. (Which is bound to be chocolate chip, of course.) That kind of knowing by personal experience is pretty basic. Then there is knowing that doesn't involve sampling but involves observation. For example, when you were in middle school how did you know that the pretty red-headed girl across the room liked you? You didn't dare ask, so you observed things: Did she look at you and smile? Did she find opportunities to talk to you after class? As you observed her actions — or lack of them — you determined the likelihood that she might like you. (Only then did you move to the... Continue reading »