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Science and logic prove that a god exists, but why must it be the God of the Bible?
ANSWERED In Four Easy Steps!
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Our previous argument showed that the existence of the universe proves that God must exist. But, why must it be the God of the Bible and not the god of another religion?
Here’s how to answer that in four easy steps!
The argument proves that, due to the nature of the thing being explained, the cause of the universe must be a spaceless, timeless, immaterial, and transcendently powerful supernatural cause. Only the God of the Bible fits this description. All other gods are created things, made by other beings, existing in a certain place, existing in time, and are beings made of some matter of a specific size and shape.
All other gods are things in the universe, not the cause of the universe. In one sense, all other gods, according to their own religious depictions, are natural. They are part of the universe, not the creator of it. Thus, because the universe exists, The God of the Bible is the only true, existing God.
Also, because of the attributes which define God as the cause of the universe, it is inappropriate and inaccurate to call any other being or object of worship a “god.” There is only one God — only one who could have brought the universe into being.
No other creation account in any other religion which has ever existed claims that their gods made all of space, time, matter, and energy. In every other creation account, their gods exist in a place, at a certain time, and use the available matter to form the features of creation. They do not truly create, but merely reform.
Those other creation accounts are not creation accounts, but more an arts and crafts project using the existing space, time, and matter to make things. Thus, not only are there no other gods, there are no other creation accounts outside of the Bible.
It is inappropriate and inaccurate to call any other “creation” account a “Creation account.” Let’s call them what they are — “a myth of arts and crafts.”
Thus, the universe itself proves not only that the God of the Bible exists, but that He alone is God, and that there are no other gods, and no other creation accounts to rival the one in Genesis. Logically it must be true that in the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.