Why do people reject with 100% certainty the existence of God when a follower of Jesus mentions only 10 % uncertainty? Yet through life we accept many things with far less certainty or evidence? William Lane Craig has some very interesting thoughts on this problem.
Here is William Lane Craig’s response to a relevant issue.
I also have noted that there are 6 things that impact discussions on the existence of God.
1. Proofs and evidence are person-relative. While one proof or a line of evidence may be a home run for one person, it may result in little more than contempt for someone else. How may times have both sides looked at the other and said “Don’t you think that is a convincing argument?” ” How can you reject such a sound argument?”
2. An individual’s presuppositions play a large role in how they evaluate the evidence for God. A presupposition is something assumed or supposed in advance. If someone presupposes that God must not exist or that miracles are not possible, in many cases they will seek out evidence that confirms their hypothesis, and dismiss evidence that might challenge or overturn their position. Likewise, if someone presupposes that God…
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