I receive various emails and comments regarding different websites on the Internet. Recently, a website was brought to my attention entitled God is Imaginary. As someone who considers the question of God's existence or non-existence to be of utmost importance, I visited the site and was disappointed at what I found.
Most of the so-called "proofs" of God's non-existence lacked any type of formal argumentation and are nothing more than what I have dubbed in the past "Cookie Monster" objections.
Got Questions? has written an article that responds to this website that I felt was worth highlighting.
"Addressing each of the 50 points is unnecessary as it doesn’t matter if the site had 50,000 “proof” points against God; all one needs to do is use a logical, rational, and reasonable argument to show that God does indeed exist and every point becomes irrelevant. It is telling and interesting that godisimaginary.com focuses so much of its time on red herrings of issues with prayer and why God won’t do tricks upon request, and ignores the primary question of philosophy and religion: “Why do we have something rather than nothing at all?”
I encourage our readers to check out the entire article here.
Further, the audio is available here.
Courage and Godspeed,