The article listed above debunks the common arguments that non-believers give to Christians in understanding God and His creation. Many say that if they only saw God's work or He Himself, then they would believe. But as Christians, we merely open our eyes and see His wonderful creation all around us. So how do we reach out to non-believers if they want evidence of God's existence? And is everyone truly without excuse in knowing Him as their Lord and Savior?
The article talks about the cosmological, the teleological and the anthropological arguments. The main gist to these arguments for non-believers is to say, "What caused God?" They can clearly see that every effect has a cause behind it, but there is no evidence behind what causes God's existence. So they are quick to defend their stance on saying that God must not exist. The article also mentions that Christians take a leap in faith, but yet non-believers who believe in other theories such as the Big Bang Theory is also taking a huge leap in faith.
I liked this article because it is the same discussion that we had in class. General revelation is shown to us through nature and to believers, it is evident that there is a God because of this world. But yet the big question still remains: How do we point non-believers in the direction to understanding God if they are too blind to open their eyes?
The Bible clearly says that all mankind are left without excuse in knowing Him because of what He reveals to us. It is our task as Christians to help those who are skeptical about the causes of the world around us and to help them see clearly.