John Chesley is an undergrad at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) and also the Director of Membership for the University of Northern Iowa Freethinkers & Inquirers (UNIFI). This will be my third year attending UNI studying Geology with Environmental Emphasis
I had a good time this week finding totally logical reasons for God's existence. Not only are these obviously true, but a lot of them are quite funny.
Looking over the past blog posts I noticed that it has been awhile since a TED talk was posted. If you don't know what TED talks are or haven't spent much time on their site, I highly recommend checking it out when you have some free time.
What does it mean to you when you hear people say there is no purpose to life without God? Besides the hope of getting into a utopian society called 'heaven.' Why does believing in a God give anymore purpose to life than not having one at all? If God himself is supposed to be all-knowing, shouldn't he himself already know who is going to be getting into his closed gated society and who isn't?