Young people are being tested in our naturalistic philosophical atmosphere. They are being led away from their belief in the existence of God by a fairy tale called evolution. Is there a sound, valid argument for God’s existence?
Yes. Here it is:
- God created all things or evolution is true. (This is called a strong disjunction. Both cannot be true.)
- Creation implies there is a God.
- Evolution implies only two possibilities: either humans are born from apes, or apes are transforming into humans.
- Humans are not born from apes. No example of this has ever been proven.
- Humans are not transformed from apes. No example of macro-evolution has ever been documented.
- Evolution, therefore, cannot be true.
- Creation, therefore, is true.
- Therefore, God exists.
The argument is true and the premises are valid, which means the argument stands on its face and must be accepted as logically proven fact.
This argument was published in the 1970s by Thomas B. Warren during a debate with Dr. Antony Flew, the prominent 20th Century philosopher. As a result of this debate, Flew gave up his proposition, “I know there is no God,” and became an agnostic (or one who does not know if there is a God). Later, Flew admitted belief in a Supreme Being.
There is no logical alternative to this argument. In addition, there are other proofs for the existence of God in the argument for design, the Teleological Argument, the Ontological Argument, the Aesthetic Argument, the Moral Argument and the Cosmological argument.
Evolution is false on its face. It cannot be proven, only alleged. I challenge any evolutionist to refute this argument or present a logical argument that PROVES evolution is true. No evolutionist alive can. Period.