Logic vs God

It’s astonishing to realize that Logic itself has been structured to prove that there is an absolute being beyond our human comprehension.

To understand how logic proves God we would need to ask some very fundamental questions. Let’s start with a very simple question “How did everything begin?” There can be only two sensible answers for this question. One: “Something created everything” or Two: “Nothing created everything”. When we apply logic to these statements only one stands out true. Can nothing ever make something? I am sure your answer will be NO. Nothing will only produce nothing no matter how much you try. If you do nothing the outcome will always be nothing no matter how often or how long you do it. The statement that claims “nothing must have created something” fails to stand the test of logic.

We are left with only one logical explanation, which is “something must have created everything.” I am sure some of you may argue that just because something has created everything, that something doesn’t have to be God. I agree that this is a very logical argument. In my next few articles we will thus try to define this Something that have created all things. Some of the questions we will try to answer would be such as: What will be some of the attributes of this “something”? When and how did this “Something” exist? Is this “Something” God?

I believe that God has structured logic to prove His existence. For so long people have been using logic to disprove God. They made fun of us who believe in an Absolute being who had created all things. They accused us of being emotional and not rational. But I think it’s about time we let the world know that to acknowledge God is to be logical and not irrational.

Kater B

Thank You...

It has been a while since I last wrote…. In the mean time I have been receiving some great reviews from all you guys. Thank you for reading, I have been tremendously blessed and God bless you.

Here is some review from you.….

I really like that you stick to your guns on your beliefs in your "Tell Me Who Did" post. You touch on some issues that truly need to be heard in your other posts, as well. My only negative comment is that the graphics take a long time to load, which caused me to pass on your site a couple of times earlier before coming back to it today…..

Good blog with nice content. Yes everyday questions. True believer shouldn't ask this :).

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Very interesting philosophical discussion..
I like your article about youth and the church. Well written. I enjoyed it..

Religion is a very subjective and sensitive subject. The author(s) has taken a bold step to test the waters. The term used to link religion and science was great. They even term "non-believing" as a religion, therefore showing their humbleness. Great site, hope many will learn the rational of having multi religious understanding among the humans in this world..

Blog is very interesting. Its funny for me to see comments, about existence of God? We have Jesus in all of us. kEEP ON. .

Great blog, and one that is not afraid to take on the controversial, which is refreshing. I particularly liked your post "Do You Know Him?" Its honesty was touching..

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… Appreciate every one of you greatly.

Kater B

Tell Me Who Did?

Recently, I’ve been getting a lot of emails from “unbelievers” in response to my arguments on the existence of God. I would say that almost all of them refused to see the logic and rationality in my arguments. It’s not that they can’t see it but they just refuse to see it. Instead, they try to prove me wrong by asking a different question. A mature person must counter argue with an answer or at least with a question that will challenge the point I am making. But this is not the case as it has been typical of the “unbeliever” to always counter argue by posing questions and theories not with logic or facts.

For an example, I received an email from a reader who (again!) refused to see my point but rather posed another question. He asked me if I could prove to him that man has a soul. Well, I can do two things right now. First, I could try to answer his question which I guess would most probably be replied with yet another question. The other thing I can do is to challenge all those out there with a list of questions. My challenge is rather a simple one.

If you would ask me to prove that man has a soul… I would like to ask you to prove that man has NO soul, not based on theory but rather by proven facts. That means you should have a logical and rational explanation for your arguments and counter arguments.

If you argue that God did not create the universe than tell me who did? Or how it was formed logically and rationally? Don’t tell me what you think could have happened but give me facts my friend.

By Kater B

How much of Jesus did people see today?

A few days ago I was having an interesting conversation with a close friend. We were reminiscing about our younger days that mostly revolved around the church. The talk started on a very happy note but towards the end we were almost in tears. We were sad to see the youth meetings in churches today being reduced to almost nothing.

The first question that I asked myself was, where have we gone wrong? The youth meetings in some churches now are nothing but a babysitting time. They are so activity oriented that the name of Jesus is hardly heard anymore. Some churches are organizing events such as concerts that promote drug-free, clean and fun filled life, all in the name of youth ministry.

Well, what’s wrong with that? Let me make this clear before you jump to conclusions about what I have to say. I totally and firmly believe in churches getting involved in social work. In fact, my entire family is involved in Christian-based social work. I am not against good music and creative shows in churches. Having said that, I also believe that we cannot take Jesus out of our mission.

Creating social awareness is not our call as a church but rather to preach the Gospel of Jesus. Social work is just a part of the great commission. Churches today invest thousands of dollars in organizing a concert and take pride in the attendance but forget the real goal which is to preach the name of Jesus and to see lives saved. Concerts should just be a means whereby music is used as a tool to preach Jesus.

At the end of the day, our success should be measured by “How much of Jesus did people see today” rather than how many youth were jumping and dancing on the floor. The world doesn’t need another concert or another dance performance or another stage show; what it needs is JESUS. We are not called to entertain the world but to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ that has the power to save unto salvation for all those who believe in it.

By Kater. B