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Human Value & The Existence of God (Presentation Notes)

Updated: Aug 12, 2023

Human Value Argument for God’s Existence


Does God exist? Absolutely! As Christians we have a plethora of evidences and arguments at our disposal by which we can show there are rational grounds to affirm the existence of God. Such arguments include the Kalam Cosmological Argument, Moral Argument, Teleological argument, Ontological Argument, Argument from Reason, etc. In this session, we explore how the reality of human value points to the existence of God.


ARGUMENT FROM HUMAN VALUE


1. If God does not exist, then objective human value does not exist.


2. Objective human value does exist.


3. Therefore, God exists.


KEY SCRIPTURES:


GENESIS 1:26-27 Genesis 9:6 Luke 10:27

Romans 12:1-3 Galatians 3:27 James 3:9

KEY TERMS:


Human Value/Worth Subjective Morality Objective Morality

Moral Intuitions


KEY PERSONS:

Frederick Douglass Sojourner Truth Martin Delaney

Leonard Black Charles Darwin JL Mackie


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:


"God Vs. the Wu-Tang Clan" https://youtu.be/mR-RYRKtbLM

“Urban Apologetics: Restoring Black Dignity With the Gospel” – Edited by Eric Mason

“Urban Apologetics: Cults and Cultural Ideologies” – Edited by Eric Mason

“Free At Last”—Dr. Carl F. Ellis

“On Guard” – William Lane Craig

“God’s Crime Scene”—J. Warner Wallace

“Tactics”—Greg Koukl

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