Does Science Argue For or Against God?

A matter of faith

Tom BethellIf believing that Christ raised people from the dead is a matter of faith — and it is — is not the Darwinist claim that nature created life out of non-life a matter of faith? If it is science, why can’t scientists replicate it in microcosm in a laboratory? If scientists know life came from matter and matter from non-matter, why don’t they show us how this was done, instead of asserting it was done, and calling us names for not taking their claims on faith?

–Tom Bethell
Politically Correct Guide to Science

The first cause must be a Someone

Nancy PearceyBecause humans are capable of knowing, the first cause that produced them must have a mind. Because humans are capable of choosing, the first cause must have a will. And so on. Philosopher Étienne Gilson captures the argument neatly: because a human is a someone and not a something, the source of human life must be also a Someone.

― Nancy Pearcey
Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism,
Secularism, and Other God Substitutes