First off, let me apologize for the lack of posts lately. My family and I have been struggling with illness in the house, and it’s funny how a lack of sleep can give you writer’s block
We just went through 4 of the Classical Arguments for the Existence of God, and as 1 reader pointed out (Thanks James!) none of them does any good in trying to prove God exists. The best of these arguments would be some form of the transcendental argument, but even then, it doesn’t prove that God exists – it simply tries to point out some non-natural existence. (Recall that it argues the existence of things like absolute truth, morality, beauty, etc.)
So where does that leave us, as Christians. Is there any rational defense of the Faith, or of any faith? I’m sure that many people would give a resounding “No!” What I endeavor to do in the coming posts is show why it is that Christianity is not only a viable worldview, but that it can and does lead to a meaningful life.
That’s the whole point of this blog – a Mission of Meaning.
Stay Tuned, and thanks for reading!