I found this article to be entirely consistent with a Biblical understanding of God’s beautiful creation and the beauty contained in some beautiful structure (such as the above Cathedral) which draws one to contemplate the sheer beauty of it’s construction with skilled hands and thus may cause you to think on the purpose of it’s construction, to worship the Creator of all things great and small!
We Christian philosophers are often trying to keep up to date with the latest arguments for the existence of God and any objections that may come up against those arguments. We are not just trying to affirm our own individual beliefs by way of rationalising our emotional interest; we genuinely attempt to reveal the truth of God’s existence in everyday objects, fields of study and experiences that can persuade even the most devout of unbelievers.
Most of us are familiar with the classical arguments for God’s existence which have, over millennia, taken various forms though they express the same fundamental truth or body of truths. Namely, our knowledge and experience of the universe (why it exists at all, how it originated, the fine-tuning of physical constants and biological life) all point upwards, above and beyond, to some great being we know as God.
More recently, what is known as the…
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