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.