“All Things Denote There Is a God”
One of the problems with our beliefs is that they are obvious–to us. The familiar is so self-evident that often we can’t even imagine how anyone could believe anything different. Further, even if “all things denote there is a God”, we as humans are not equipped to understand God.
Class Member Reading: Alma 30-31
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You can Access the Lesson Notes here (or PDF).
All Things Testify of Christ, Mormon Channel
All Things Denote There Is a God, BYU Religious Studies Center
The Blessings of an Unknown God
Revelation according to our Language
Revelation according to our Expectations
Arguments for the Existence of God
Pragmatic Arguments and Belief in God, Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Moral Arguments and Belief in God, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
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