No evidence of God in the heavens?
No evidence in the breath of life?
No evidence in man or woMan?
No evidence in male or feMale?
No proof of God in the spider web or dew drop?
No master design? No death springing from sin? No final accounting for the life of man?
No relevance to Israel’s existence?
No difference between love and hate? (after all, it’s merely a matter of opinion) No ultimate authority? Ok then, in the words of Mr. Spock: It’s not logical Captain. I agree Spock.
Apart from God, there is no absolute and pure logic. Everything else is speculation.
When I see the moon in all it’s nightly understating, I see promise, endurance, the glory of God and His genius, the testimony of God’s faithfulness to Israel; I see His oath as immutable; I see His grandeur to hold all things together with the word of His power; I see His creatorial wisdom in leaving man with 24 hours to see His hand; I see life beyond my death, your death; I see romance; I see a temporary light for this earth similar to the sun, where these will be done away, and once more God will create all things anew. Even nature protests with a voice that there
will must be a time of reckoning. Can we ignore the testimony of earthquakes, tsunamis, or tornadoes? Does not creation groan at the deeds of man? Fortunately, the same Creator left His word of truth that the created have no excuse. Unfortunately, the created has elevated himself and removed God from His own creation.
May I repeat: there is no absolute logic apart from the Creator.
If the esteemed Spock agrees that’s fine too; if not, oh well, it’s still true.