Brandon Russell M.Div.

Burden of Proof: Using Known Concepts to Reveal Eternal Truths

Where is the proof? Why believe in something if there is no evidence? Also, why believe in something when there is evidence that runs contrary to a particular belief? This is basic logic and a reason why most deny a deity. Most who deny a deity argue there is no evidence. Also they point to scientific evidence to validate their skepticism. 

However, what if there is evidence and evidence that is overwhelming? Those who deny a deity have every right to demand evidence. Yet, what will they do when they are provided proof? The Bible advocates a God who is sovereign. If this is true, everything points to his existence.

God is not hiding, he wants to be known. He has left his imprint on the universe. BURDEN OF PROOF: Using Known Concepts to Reveal Eternal Truths, was written to identify the evidence of God's existence. 

The author answers forty thought-provoking questions that highlight the eternal truths of Scripture. Thus proving that the burden of proof does not lie with those who believe in God but with those who don't.

Where is the proof? Why believe in something if there is no evidence? Also, why believe in something when there is evidence that runs contrary to a particular belief? This is basic logic and a reason why most deny a deity. Most who deny a deity argue there is no evidence. Also they point to scientific evidence to validate their skepticism. However, what if there is evidence and evidence that is overwhelming? Those who deny a deity have every right to demand evidence. Yet, what will they do when they are provided proof? The Bible advocates a God who is sovereign. If this is true, everything points to his existence. God is not hiding, he wants to be known. He has left his imprint on the universe. BURDEN OF PROOF: Using Known Concepts to Reveal Eternal Truths, was written to identify the evidence of God's existence. The author answers forty thought-provoking questions that highlight the eternal truths of Scripture. Thus proving that the burden of proof does not lie with those who believe in God but with those who don't.

Episodes: 35

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Concept #35 What are some things a house provides?

Duration: 29 min

Concept #33 Why do people use drugs?

Duration: 28 min

Concept #32 What are the practical uses of fire?

Duration: 20 min

Concept #31 Why do people create art?

Duration: 26 min

Concept #29 Why should one honor a contract?

Duration: 23 min

Concept #28 What does fruit tell us about a tree?

Duration: 27 min

Concept #27 Why is blood essential?

Duration: 29 min

Concept #26 What is the importance of a landfill?

Duration: 25 min

Concept #25 What is the purpose of family?

Duration: 15 min

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