People often say, "You can't prove there is a God." I disagree.
The truth is, it's a heck of a lot harder to prove there isn't a God. This is because the rule of absolute negatives. Making an accurate absolute negative is very difficult. Here is an example that illustrates the difficulty.
I can say, "there are dogs in Alaska" and very easily prove it. All I have to do is find one dog and my effort in proving my statement is complete. However, if I say, "there are NO dogs in Alaska", it becomes very difficult to prove. I would have to go to every square inch of Alaska to prove that statement. If I missed a single square foot, you could say, "How do you know there are no dogs in Alaska? You haven't been to every square foot!"
To prove there isn't a God, you would have to visit every part of the entire universe and beyond. If you visited half of it, it wouldn't be enough. God could easily be in the part you missed, right?
Proving the existence of God is much easier. Watch Ravi Zacharias, a world renown philosopher, explain the logic in a little over three minutes.
If you liked that clip and want to hear more, here is a 45 minute speech with some more good logic. He gets a little deep sometimes, so it may take re-listening to some parts to have a full understanding of what he is saying.
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