The Astoundingly Persuasive Argument From Experience: The Ultimate Argument for God's Existence
Eric Demaree, author
THIS IS THE BOOK THAT NO ONE BELIEVES EXISTS No one really believes that a slam-dunk argument for God exists. However, C. S. Lewis, Alvin Platinga and Robert M. Adams have been close to a slam-dunk argument for God. As Lewis asked, “How do we know whether an action is fair or not?” As Platinga has noted, “Because of our experiences, we do not need an argument to have a reasonable belief in God.” Amazingly, this book reveals a universal experience of God, which gives us what is possibly the final piece of the puzzle of God’s existence—“The Argument from Experience.” Suppose on Judgment Day someone said to the Biblical God, “You should not punish me because there was no possible way I could have been certain You existed.” What would be God’s slam-dunk argument reply? If the Biblical God is fair, as He claims to be, He would surely have a slam-dunk reply. Is “The Argument from Experience,” this slam-dunk argument? Will “The Argument from Experience” fulfill the prophecy of Hebrews 8:11? (They shall no longer say to one another, “Do you know the Lord?” for they shall all know me from the greatest to the least.) Is there scientific evidence for God? Has this evidence been written into our hearts and minds, just as the Biblical God promises to do in Hebrews 10:16? Why do we all attach rightness and wrongness to our actions? Why do we all take our hard-to-live-by sense of “wrong” so seriously when it could have come from evolution or from our parents or from a complete fabrication? Most importantly, why do YOU take your sense of “wrong” so seriously? The answers to these questions just may shock you because, perhaps, only those who do not know themselves do not know God.