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Give Me One Piece of Supernatural Evidence for God‪?‬ Respond

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Respond Podcast Episode 5 - “Give Me One Piece of Supernatural Evidence For God?”
Presenter: Stuart Gray, @stuhgray
Guest Presenters:
Dean Meadows
Andy Gatt
Roniel Bulacan
Joe Blake
Ollie Bennett
Mark Jones
The beginning of the universe qualifies as an example of God’s supernatural intervention.

The Kalam Cosmological Argument for God says:

1. If the universe BEGAN to exist then there is a transcendent cause which brought the universe into being
2. The universe BEGAN to exist
This is a plausible conclusion given the evidence we have.

3. Therefore there is a transcendent cause which brought the universe into being
You need a personal first cause to get a temporal effect from a timeless cause.

A maximally great being.

This sounds like the Bible’s idea of God.

References for this episode:
John C. Lennox, Can Science Explain Everything?, (The Good Book Company, 2019), 387 – 388.

William Lane Craig, The Kalam Cosmological Argument William Lane Craig at Georgia Tech, 14th March, 2014, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQ58aloF7Bc.

William Lane Craig, Why Must the Cause of the Universe Be Personal and Not Impersonal?, 31st October, 2013, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2mFogzBO-Y.

William Lane Craig, First Scientific Argument: The Expansion of the Universe, CBN.com, https://www.cbn.com/special/apologetics/articles/first-scientific-argument.aspx.

Stephen Hawking, Brief Answers to Big Questions.

Respond Podcast Episode 5 - “Give Me One Piece of Supernatural Evidence For God?”
Presenter: Stuart Gray, @stuhgray
Guest Presenters:
Dean Meadows
Andy Gatt
Roniel Bulacan
Joe Blake
Ollie Bennett
Mark Jones
The beginning of the universe qualifies as an example of God’s supernatural intervention.

The Kalam Cosmological Argument for God says:

1. If the universe BEGAN to exist then there is a transcendent cause which brought the universe into being
2. The universe BEGAN to exist
This is a plausible conclusion given the evidence we have.

3. Therefore there is a transcendent cause which brought the universe into being
You need a personal first cause to get a temporal effect from a timeless cause.

A maximally great being.

This sounds like the Bible’s idea of God.

References for this episode:
John C. Lennox, Can Science Explain Everything?, (The Good Book Company, 2019), 387 – 388.

William Lane Craig, The Kalam Cosmological Argument William Lane Craig at Georgia Tech, 14th March, 2014, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQ58aloF7Bc.

William Lane Craig, Why Must the Cause of the Universe Be Personal and Not Impersonal?, 31st October, 2013, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2mFogzBO-Y.

William Lane Craig, First Scientific Argument: The Expansion of the Universe, CBN.com, https://www.cbn.com/special/apologetics/articles/first-scientific-argument.aspx.

Stephen Hawking, Brief Answers to Big Questions.

29 min