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Why Isn"t God More Obvious? (The RZIM Critical Questions Booklet Series)
2000 by RZIM .
Written in English
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Many people say that they would believe in God if his existence where more obvious, but it isn’t so they don’t. Some offer this a personal explanation for their own disbelief while others go further and use it as a basis for an argument against the existence of God.
Why is it that God does not seem to show himself in a much more obvious way. One answer is that perhaps God’s existence is not a matter of reality and facts. Isn’t it more of a faith position, anyway, as isn’t the idea that you can prove God by reason or evidence muddled.
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as atheists and agnostics. Why isn’t God more obvious. If God exists, why doesn’t God give us “sufficient evidence” of God’s existence. We shall see that God does indeed supply sufficient decisive evidence.
The decisive evidence supplied is, however, profoundly different from what we naturally expect. Why isn’t God more obvious. by Tom Price Why is it that God does not seem to approach in a much more obvious way.
One answer has been that God’s existence is not a matter of reality and facts. Isn’t it more of a faith position, anyway. More of a leap in the dark [ ]. Why is it that God does not seem to approach in a much more obvious way.
One answer has been that God’s existence is not a matter of reality and facts. Isn’t it more of a faith position, anyway. Isn’t it more about a leap in the dark than Why Isnt God More Obvious?
book embrace of evidence. Why isn’t God more obvious. Share. Print. Tod Worner | Saturday morning started early. A dozen minutes had already passed. The ceiling brightened as daylight fingered its way.
Why isn't God more obvious. (I still haven't gotten to Paul's story yet, just using him as an example as the way I understand it from the book Evidence that demands a verdict, he saw and heard Jesus).
So my question is, if Paul was able to see and hear Jesus, why doesn't Jesus Why Isnt God More Obvious?
book talk to people and show us obvious signs of his presence. Why Isn’t God More Obvious. search is valuable too. It’s good to seek, venture, explore, and study.
If God bypassed all that, we’d lose vast intellectual riches. are many values at stake here: knowing God is but one value. ’s magnitude/nature might be.
You probably forgot when you were an atheist. We all start out as one. Now I can’t speak for other atheists, since we are all different, but I can tell you my impression of what most people who believe in God have as their basis of that belief. 'Why isn't the evidence for the God of the Bible clearer?' That is, why isn't the evidence for the truth of the Scriptures so obvious and undeniable that virtually everyone would acknowledge it, repent, and trust Christ as savior.
This essay examines this question from several perspectives; the scientific and historical perspectives, from God's point of view and from man's. Price closed more strongly by proposing that God has revealed himself more comprehensively in Jesus.
Personally, I think this is the best answer to the question, ‘why isn’t God more obvious?’. The incarnation of God in Jesus is the clearest evidence we have of God revealing himself. This most clearly answers Dillahunty’s comment. At this point a derivative (and far better) objection may creep in: why isn’t there more evidence for God.
Perhaps there is some evidence for God, but surely God could make himself so obvious that no one would question his existence.
In my estimation, Christianity addresses this issue in a way that no other faith can. The simplest answer is that it is not God who sent the bible. Bible is combination of books written by almost 40 authors.
The books in the NT is mostly written by Paul and a human mind is limited. A human can not come up with guidelines for the en. Why isn’t God more obvious. by Dave Malnes. The greatest evidence that God is not only obvious, but a personal being, lies in his most magnificent creation of all; ourselves.
God created us with a mind that is self-aware and a heart with the ability to love. Ravi Zacharias answers this question in this short video. "I would ask Him why He hid Himself so well." Atheists Aren't the Only Ones to Question God But this gray man isn't the only one to ask the question.
I've asked it too throughout the years. "Just show yourself, and I'll believe!" It's a common question asked by skeptics and truth-seekers: Why isn't God more obvious. This One Revelation Makes. Each chapter addresses possible reasons why we may be struggling to receive or understand personal revelation.
The preface asserts that “this book will largely ignore the more obvious reasons why God isn’t answering prayers” (viii) but I found that the first several chapters were still very much what I might hear if I asked this question.
if the good book is not the bible why is they trying to say it is the bible don’t they know they could be making God mad at us the whole world mrs. queen tonya bieber 11/16/. J Lerk. Most Methodist thinkers say something inadequate like, “We don’t know why there’s evil, but God is with us!” Regardless, one nagging apologetic concern I have struggled with more recently is the apparent “hiddenness” of God.
Why does God not make his presence. As you may know, God is never mentioned in the book of Esther, either by name (Yahweh), title (Adonai), or being (El). Neither is prayer. Why not. I realize this is rather open ended, so I'll try to give some objective criteria: If it never mentions God, why is it in the canon.
The book was edited/compiled by Dr. John Warwick Montgomery, who holds eight earned degrees in philosophy, law, and theology.] Sometimes unbelievers complain, “If God really exists, why isn’t the evidence more plain and simple?” “Is God tricking us.
I'm sure that we, have found ourselves, asking the question, Why Isn't God Answering me. Gerald Lund presents several reasons why we are not receiving answers to our prayers. Some reasons are more obvious than others.
There were some chapters that really struck a chord with me/5. Most Methodist thinkers say something inadequate like, “We don’t know why there’s evil, but God is with us!” Regardless, one nagging apologetic concern I have struggled with more recently is the apparent “hiddenness” of God.
Why does God not make his presence more obvious to people whom he otherwise wants to save. So why not have Jesus write a book, and leave behind real, tangible evidence for all of us to see. For any normal, rational person, the reason is obvious -- God is imaginary.
We would not believe that anyone today is God without concrete proof. What could be more obvious than that. God left a sign for all future generations, according to. Oh, Why Didn't I Say That. The Hiddenness of God: Why Isn't God More Obvious.
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Episodes Why isn't more attention paid to Canaanite influences on Yahweh/God. I've recently become more interested in the gods of the Canaanite religion.
It's so obvious that El, just one of many gods in the Canaanite pantheon, is a heavy influence on the "God" of the. God’s absence makes us uncomfortable.
I titled a book When God Isn’t There, and people kept asking me, “When God isn’t there?Don’t you know God’s always there!” It isn’t easy to think about God being absent, but if we avoid the tension created by God’s absence and presence, we forfeit joy.
This is why I do not sleep as easy at night as I might. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. The Bible, the Qur’an are no more the word of God than Dr. Suess’ “The Cat in the Hat.” Religions started out as man’s science of controlling God.
Now they’re nothing more than a. Generosity, humility, justice--good. Selfishness, arrogance, cruelty--evil. The distinction seems pretty straightforward. But is that all there is to it. If good is so obvious, why does the Bible say that we need discernment to recognize it.
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Michael Knudsen says: Febru at pm. Lance, I’m with you on the absurdity of the question. Those requiring “proof” from God are little better than the sign-seekers of New Testament times who had the son of God right before their eyes, raising.
Why isn't He more obvious. If He loved me so much I wouldn't be an atheist." William Lane Craig tackles some of these questions and concerns about God's existence.
Why Pray if it Feels Like God Isn't There?, Cindi McMenamin - Read more Christian women spiritual life, faith, and growth. But is that all there is to it. If good is so obvious, why does the Bible say that we need discernment to recognize it.
Good or God. isn’t another self-help message. This book will do more than ask you to change your behavior. It will empower you to engage with. God Is Not Great (sometimes stylized as god is not Great) is a book by British-American author and journalist Christopher Hitchens, in which he makes a case against organized was originally published in the United Kingdom by Atlantic Books as God Is Not Great: The Case Against Religion and in the United States by Twelve as God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, but Author: Christopher Hitchens.
Why Isn’t the Book of Daniel Part of the Prophets? The difference between divine inspiration and prophecy but something deeper and more fundamental. Canonization Process I believe that the most obvious reason that Daniel is not included in the section known as "the Prophets" is because it was not accepted as canonical Scripture until Author: Yehuda Shurpin.Despite tortured apologetics, the simplest and most obvious explanation is that Muhammad was mistaken.
This would also explain why the Quran that he narrated erroneously states that Christians worship the Virgin Mary as a god (, ) when they never have.
#5: The Quran tells Muslim men that they may have sex with women captured as slaves. Anyone who has invested serious time into studying Scripture knows that it isn’t always easy to understand. For sure, there are core ideas in the Bible that are straightforward and quite within the grasp of most readers to understand.
But to be honest, most of the Bible isn’t like that. You can’t just immediately understand [ ].