The Christian Mind: Evidence

If I were a skeptic, I may be somewhat furious at my most recent posts on science and truth because they seem to be missing the main objection to religious faith: There is no evidence for it.

Now a Christian believer would disagree. I am not talking about the Christian believer armed to the teeth with the latest resources on apologetics, who can argue the existence of God by logical deduction, or point to fine-tuning of the Universe as evidence for God’s existence. I am talking about the ordinary believer, the universal believer. For no one comes to Christ by being convinced of a rational argument. Continue reading “The Christian Mind: Evidence”