How to Teach the Non-Believer to Believe in God (without the Bible)Series: Summer Series 2018: Lead Me to Some Soul Today
The Ontological Argument
I think there's something bigger than me, therefore there's something bigger than me.
If you can't reproduce your mind, somebody had to.
The Cosmological Argument
The cosmos had to come from somewhere.
The cause and effect argument; the effect cannot precede the cause.
The Teliological Argument
If there is design, there had to be a designer (car, watch, eye, hand, etc.).
There is design all around us.
The Moral Argument
If there is no morality, you can do whatever you want.
If there is no moral objective, then there is no God.
If there is a moral objective, then there is a God.
Morality cannot be objective and relative.
The judicial system sits on a moral standard.
If there is a moral standard, there is a God.
The Biblical Argument:
The Ontological Argument (Job 38:4)
The Cosmological Argument (2 Tim. 3:16-17)
The Teliological Argument (Heb. 3:4)
The Moral Argument (Rom. 2:14-15)