Hig Wrote:
Dec 27, 2012 3:58 PM
The use of "faith" supports the existence of God: Faith is the evidence of things not seen, the substance of things hoped for. (Hebrews 11:1) Relying on physical evidence of God's existence shows a lack of faith. That said, how can someone look at the the simplest thing -- talking out loud, for example -- and not come to the conclusion that someOne designed the vocal cords, breathable air, lips, tongue and lungs to all work together to form a language? Thinking that it all happened by chance takes more blind faith than believing in a Supreme Creator.