“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
You can Access the Lesson Notes here.
All Things Denote There Is a God, BYU Religious Studies Center
Pragmatic Arguments and Belief in God, Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Moral Arguments and Belief in God, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy