Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Evidence That God Doesn't Exist

All the likes of Dawkins and his fellow Atheists are asking for is 'evidence' that God exists.

That shouldn't be too much to ask should it?  Prove He exists and they'll accept the evidence.

For me as a believer though the argument is turned on it's head, prove God doesn't exist.  They can no easier give tangible evidence that God doesn't exist than I can prove He does.

The evidence that Christians can give is their own personal experience of God, and if you aren't open to believing what somebody testifies as true really is true, then that is not a fair point to stand on.

Christians all over the world can tell you how God interacts and makes a difference in their lives, whether you believe what they say or not is up to you, but if you are seeking to find out if God exists the evidence will be presented to you on asking Him for it, talk to Him, seek Him, He will reveal Himself to you.

Hebrews 11:6 And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him.

Can you prove God doesn't exist?


  1. I think that this is a sad reflection of the poor job the church has done. God is present and real, but He chooses to use the church. When the church meets needs, loves others, forgives, and represents Jesus well people will see God moving. We are the hands and feet of God and for many people those hands and feet don't exist because we've kept them hidden.

  2. There are certainly good reasons to believe that Jesus rose from the dead, that God created the universe and that Gods general revelation best explains our conscience and knowledge of moral truths, shouldn't we want to know these things? Not only does it give us confidence that what we believe is true it also helps us to answer the 'why' questions people ask when we want to share with them the gospel or the 'what'.

    As a former Atheist I would have said to your challenge that I have no responsibility to prove a negative, why should I try and prove that unicorns don't exist? Not trying to be negative its just the reality of what someone may say in response to what you've written.

    Are you going to the WLC debate in London tonight? It should be a great evening!

    Enjoying your posts

  3. Thanks Dan, I guess until one of us has an experience with a unicorn we'll never know! Not going to the conferences but am looking forward to the podcasts and blogs etc. afterwards.....