The God of Christianity is real.
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The problem of Evil.
1. God is pure, all powerful, and all knowing.
2. If god was pure, he would have the will to destroy evil.
3. If god was all knowing, he would know where to find evil and how to destroy it.
4. If god was all powerful, he would be able to destiny evil.
5. Evil exists.
Therefore, god cannot.
In order to prove there is a god, there has to be a need for one in order to explain the mechanics of our universe.
There is no need for one
This is the idea that cause and effect can happen simultaneously. The cause of the Universe could have happened at the same time of it's effect. Let's say we have atoms A, B, and C. If atom A causes atom B, then atom B would cause atom C, and atom C would cause atom A.
Why should we accept God over simultaneous causation?
B. He knows where evil is and he sends his followers to make it right
C. He already did when the Anti-Christ comes he will come back to earth and take his followers home
2. My argument
A. Do you think that life can only reside on this earth by coincidence if it was just a little bit closer to the sun it would be a desert if it was a little bit away from the sun it would be an ice age forever
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