This morning, as the snow fell quietly outside of my bedroom window, I sat at my desk working on my college philosophy course. It has been a great experience being introduced to the world of philosophy from a Christian perspective.
One of my next assignments is to write a response paper to H. J. McCloskey’s article, “On Being an Atheist” (which I have yet to read). In preparation for this, I have been reading about the classic arguments for God’s existence. These arguments do not “prove” that God exists, at least, not in the traditional sense of the word “prove.” But that is only because we cannot prove 100% for certain that God either does exist or that He does not. I know that He does – I am reasonably certain that He does, but with my limited knowledge, I cannot prove it one way or the other absolutely. Continue reading