Take a Look - Week 3 - Part 1 - Can a Rational Person Believe?

This is the first part of the third talk in the evangelical series following our "Open Sunday" in January 2009. The series was intended to give visitors (particularly non-Christian visitors) the chance to get to know us, and to understand some of the things we believe.

In this talk, Mark spoke on the topic "Can a rational person believe in God and Jesus?".

In this first part of the talk, he covered the improbability of the first "living thing" coming about by chance; about the improbability of the right conditions being in place; about the lack of evidence for "information adding, positive mutations" and the vast number of positive mutations that would actually be needed for evolution; about the lack of evidence in the fossil record for continual change (i.e. the lack of "transitional forms" or "missing links"); about evidences relating to the age of the earth; and about the concept of multi-universes (or "mulitverses") that have been postulated by cosmologists who don't accept the possibility of God's existence.

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