Happy New Year to all. This year for us, will see an intensifying of our efforts to increase our knowledge, for the purpose of being more effective in bringing others to Christ. Therefore, for the ensuing weeks, I will use this space to share each week a common rejection of God by unbelievers, and an answer to overcome the objection. I encourage you to use this as your personal study to prepare you for future conversations.
There’s absolutely no evidence that God Exists
I find it interesting you’ve concluded that. Might I ask you a question? What are some of the supposed evidences you have rejected? What book have you read wherein the author lays out what he thinks is the evidence for God? I’m sure you have read some of them before concluding “there’s absolutely no evidence that God exists.” When you consider the complexities of the human body, which contains 206 bones, 700 muscles and a heart that beats over 100,000 times a day and pumps 75 gallons of blood an hour through more than 600 miles of veins, arteries, and capillaries - do you really believe all of those muscles, bones and organs pieced themselves together and started functioning apart from a designer? That is just one example. We could also ask the same question of nature and the universe. If you believe there was no God who made these things, then tell me (after concluding God did not), who or what did? What you are suggesting is the same as looking at a brick wall and concluding all the perfectly positioned bricks positioned themselves without human intervention. Realizing, we know this is impossible to think: so how can we think any less about the human body without God?
(taken from One Minute Answers to Skeptics by Charlie H. Campbell)