Not long ago I completed a series of posts on reasons to believe in God. The series started with 12 reasons to believe in God and finished with Why I believe in God.
I cannot pretend to be objective, but I can try to be fair, so I am beginning a companion series, 6 reasons to disbelieve in God?
Different kinds of non-believers
Some people simply don’t see sufficient evidence to believe God exists. They think my 12 reasons aren’t meaningful enough for them to believe.
But others have much stronger views. They think there is evidence to show that God couldn’t exist.
So I want to examine six arguments that seem to me to be the strongest or most popular, and see how strong they are and whether there are any adequate answers to them.
I hope you follow the series and maybe offer your own ideas.
Do suffering and evil prove there’s no God?
Index to the series
- Do suffering and evil prove there’s no God?
- Is God hiding or just not there?
- Can we believe in God in the scientific age?
- Christianity: too weird to be true!?
- The Bible: impossible to take seriously?
- If there’s a God, why doesn’t he answer our prayers?
- Why don’t I disbelieve in God?
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