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8 Questions Atheists Cannot Plausibly Answer christian-apologist.com/2019/10/12/8-questions-atheists-cannot-plausibly-answer… I have YET to see a better explanation for the minimal facts surrounding Jesus' resurrection than #JESUS RESURRECTED. #Christianity #TruthReigns
1. What explains our objective morality?
2. If an atheist’s position is that the universe is the product of chance and necessity (instead of the product of intelligence), how can he or she explain the fact that the universe is structured rationally, logically and with mathematical precision and predictability?
3. If atheists adhere to the belief that the purpose of human life is merely to procreate and survive, is it possible to determine that human life has any more value than animal life – since animals share the same basic purpose?
4. Why have so many atheists determined that the life of a fetus in a mother’s womb is less valuable than the life of his or her mother? Age discrimination? When is a human considered a human to them?
5. How can atheists explain the ordering of our DNA?
6. How can atheists explain the force that powered the Big Bang of the universe?
7. How can atheists explain our desire for heavenly joy?
8. What is the best explanation for the minimal facts surrounding Jesus’ resurrection?
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