One Hundred and One Proofs that God Exists

william_blake_god_as_an_architect_print (1) ( Adapted from a page by Atheists of Silicon Valley. )

This is adapted from an atheist website. It points out how ridiculously absurd some of the arguments for God’s existence actually are. Fellow believers, please don’t take offense — I just thought it was rather funny (especially considering that I’ve actually used variations of some of these arguments before).  Just remember, if you truly believe in God, no proof is necessary. If you don’t, no proof is adequate…

  1. TRANSCENDENTAL ARGUMENT, a.k.a. PRESUPPOSITIONALIST (I)
    (1) If reason exists then God exists.
    (2) Reason exists.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  2. COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENT, a.k.a. FIRST CAUSE ARGUMENT (I)
    (1) If I say something must have a cause, it has a cause.
    (2) I say the universe must have a cause.
    (3) Therefore, the universe has a cause.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  3. ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (I)
    (1) I define God to be X.
    (2) Since I can conceive of X, X must exist.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  4. ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (II)
    (1) I can conceive of a perfect God.
    (2) One of the qualities of perfection is existence.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  5. MODAL ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT
    (1) God is either necessary or unnecessary.
    (2) God is not unnecessary, therefore God must be necessary.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  6. ARGUMENT FROM DESIGN, a.k.a. GOD OF THE GAPS, a.k.a. TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (I)
    (1) Check out the world/universe/giraffe.  Isn’t it complex?
    (2) Only God could have made them so complex.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  7. ARGUMENT FROM BEAUTY, a.k.a. DESIGN/TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (II)
    (1) Isn’t that baby/sunset/flower/tree beautiful?
    (2) Only God could have made them so beautiful.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  8. ARGUMENT FROM MIRACLES (I)
    (1) My aunt had cancer.
    (2) The doctors gave her all these horrible treatments.
    (3) My aunt prayed to God and now she doesn’t have cancer.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  9. MORAL ARGUMENT (II)
    (1) In my younger days I was a cursing, drinking, smoking, gambling, child-molesting, thieving, murdering, bed-wetting bastard.
    (2) That all changed once I became religious.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  10. ARGUMENT FROM CREATION, a.k.a. ARGUMENT FROM PERSONAL INCREDULITY (I)
    (1) If evolution is false, then creationism is true, and therefore God exists.
    (2) Evolution can’t be true, since I lack the mental capacity to understand it; moreover, to accept its truth would cause me to be uncomfortable.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  11. ARGUMENT FROM FEAR
    (1) If there is no God then we’re all going to not exist after we die.
    (2) I’m afraid of that.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  12. ARGUMENT FROM THE BIBLE
    (1) [arbitrary passage from OT]
    (2) [arbitrary passage from NT]
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  13. ARGUMENT FROM BELIEF
    (1) If God exists, then I should believe in Him.
    (2) I believe in God.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  14. PARENTAL ARGUMENT
    (1) My mommy and daddy told me that God exists.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  15. ARGUMENT FROM NUMBERS
    (1) Billions of people believe in God.
    (2) They can’t all be wrong, can they?
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  16. ARGUMENT FROM FALLIBILITY
    (1) Human reasoning is inherently flawed.
    (2) Therefore, there is no reasonable way to challenge a proposition.
    (3) I propose that God exists.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  17. ARGUMENT FROM POSSIBLE WORLDS
    (1) If things had been different, then things would be different.
    (2) That would be bad.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  18. ARGUMENT FROM INFINITE REGRESS, a.k.a. FIRST CAUSE ARGUMENT (II)
    (1) Ask atheists what caused the Big Bang.
    (2) Regardless of their answer, ask how they know this.
    (3) Continue process until the atheist admits he doesn’t know the answer to one of your questions.
    (4) You win!
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  19. ARGUMENT FROM CREATIVE INTERPRETATION
    (1) God is:
    (a) The feeling you have when you look at a newborn baby.
    (b) The love of a mother for her child.
    (c) That little still voice in your heart.
    (d) Humankind’s potential to overcome their difficulties.
    (e) How I feel when I look at a sunset.
    (f) The taste of ice cream on a hot day.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  20. ARGUMENT FROM ABSOLUTE MORAL STANDARDS
    (1) If there are absolute moral standards, then God exists.
    (2) Atheists say that there are no absolute moral standards.
    (3) But that’s because they don’t want to admit to being sinners.
    (4) Therefore, there are absolute moral standards.
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  21. ARGUMENT FROM HUMAN NECESSITY
    (1) Atheists say that they don’t need God.
    (2) Which just goes to show that they need God.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  22. ARGUMENT FROM PERSONAL SANITY
    (1) I’ve had religious experiences that can’t be explained unless I’m insane or God exists.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  23. ARGUMENT FROM “THE MATRIX”
    (1) We cannot prove that we don’t live in a Matrix-like world.
    (2) Therefore we cannot know reality.
    (3) If reality is contingent, then everything is possible.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  24. ARGUMENT FROM SUBJECTIVITY
    (1) Everything is subjective.
    (2) No subjective proof can be superior to any other subjective proof.
    (3) Based upon my subjective opinion, your opinion, that if everything is subjective then, perforce, God is subjective, is false.
    (4) Therefore, God (objectively) exists.
  25. PROOF BY ANECDOTE
    (1) God can be seen by those who believe in Him.
    (2) If the God is seen, then He must exist.
    (3) I have seen God.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  26. ARGUMENT FROM MULTIPLICITY (I)
    (1) I have a large number of arguments for God.
    (2) One of them is probably true.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  27. ARGUMENT FROM FORTUITOUS COINCIDENCE
    (1) What are the odds of that happening?
    (2) Pretty long, I’ll bet.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  28. ARGUMENT FROM DESIGN, a.k.a. GOD OF THE GAPS, a.k.a. DESIGN/TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (III)
    (1) If there is a designer, then God must exist.
    (2) If I find a watch in a forest, there must be a designer.
    (3) [Throws watch into forest.]
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  29. ARGUMENT FROM DESIGN, a.k.a. GOD OF THE GAPS, a.k.a. DESIGN/TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (IV), a.k.a. ARGUMENT FROM PERSONAL INCREDULITY (III)
    (1) Isn’t X amazing!
    (2) I don’t understand how X could be, without something else (that I don’t really understand either) making or doing X.
    (3) This something else must be God because I can’t come up with a better explanation.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  30. ARGUMENT FROM LOVE
    (1) Have you ever fallen in love?
    (2) [Of course!!]
    (3) So what is the cause of love?  Isn’t it God?  Am I right or not?
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  31. ARGUMENT FROM IDENTITY (PC ARGUMENT)
    (1) Believing in God is a central part of my identity.
    (2) You don’t mean to deny my identity do you?
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  32. ARGUMENT FROM EXODUS
    (1) If the Exodus story has any basis in historical fact, then God exists.
    (2) Some guy found some chariot wheels at the bottom of the Red Sea.
    (3) There is absolutely no other way that chariots could get to the bottom of the Red Sea.
    (4) This means the Exodus story is true.
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  33. ARGUMENT FROM MARTYRDOM
    (1) The apostles would not have died for something they knew wasn’t true.
    (2) Atheist notes that the NT doesn’t mention anyone dying for their knowledge of Jesus’ “physical” resurrection.
    (3) Atheist also gives examples of martyrs outside Christendom.
    (4) Obviously those examples were fooled by Satan.
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  34. ARGUMENT FROM LACK OF DISPROOF, a.k.a. ARGUMENT FROM SHIFTED BURDEN OF PROOF
    (1) You can’t prove God doesn’t exist!
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  35. ARGUMENT FROM ANECDOTAL EXPERIENCE (I)
    (1) I once experienced something I can’t explain.
    (2) Atheist offers several possible, natural explanations.
    (3) You’re just guessing!  I was there.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  36. ARGUMENT FROM ANECDOTAL EXPERIENCE (II)
    (1) I have experienced feelings of God’s presence in my mind.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  37. ARGUMENT FROM NEUROSCIENCE
    (1) Scientists say a portion of our brain may be responsible for mystical experiences.
    (2) God must have created our brain like that.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  38. ARGUMENT FROM EYEWITNESS (SOMETIMES FOLLOWS OR COMBINED WITH LACK OF EYEWITNESS I)
    (1) Someone wrote the creation story in the Bible.
    (2) That someone must have been an eyewitness to the described events.
    (3) The only possible eyewitness was God.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  39. ARGUMENT FROM HALF A WING
    (1) Half of a wing is useless!
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  40. ARGUMENT FROM FOOLISHNESS
    (1) The Bible says atheists are fools.
    (2) I don’t want to be a fool.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  41. ARGUMENT FROM PERSECUTION (I)
    (1) Someone made fun of my faith.
    (2) God said that persecution would happen.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  42. ARGUMENT FROM JESUS SAID STUFF
    (1) Jesus said some really cool stuff.
    (2) No one else had said that stuff.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  43. ARGUMENT FROM CRAZINESS
    (1) I would go crazy if I didn’t believe in God.
    (2) I am not crazy, and don’t want to go crazy.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  44. ARGUMENT FROM POSITIVE OUTCOME
    (1) Even if God doesn’t exist, it would be better if people believed He did.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  45. ARGUMENT FROM LACK OF EVIDENCE (I)
    (1) I believe that if God exists, there will be no evidence for his existence.
    (2) There is no evidence for the existence of God.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  46. ARGUMENT FROM TORNADOS
    (1) A large tornado hit Kansas City.
    (2) The tornado missed a church but destroyed several hundred homes.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  47. ARGUMENT FROM BIBLICAL PROPHECY (I)
    (1) The book of Daniel made some prophecies.
    (2) The prophecy was later fulfilled by other records in the Book of Daniel.
    (3) The prophecy came true!
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  48. ARGUMENT FROM SHAME
    (1) The Bible showed a group of people performing embarassing actions.
    (2) It must be true if the book describes negative events.
    (3) Therefore, the Bible is describing historical events.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  49. ARGUMENT FROM EQUAL VALUE (PC ARGUMENT II)
    (1) Evolution and the scientific worldview is a worldview.  Similarly, the biblical worldview is a worldview.
    (2) You are not discriminating against our worldview are you?
    (3) The Biblical worldview is as good as the scientific worldview.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  50. LIBERALS’ ARGUMENT FROM MODERATION
    (1) The Creationist side occupies an extreme side of the spectrum.
    (2) Similarly, the atheist side occupies another extreme side of the spectrum.
    (3) The liberals are in between.
    (4) Therefore, the liberal position on God is the most correct.
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  51. ARGUMENT FROM WE ALL GOT FAITH
    (1) We all believe in something.
    (2) Therefore we all have faith.
    (3) My faith in God is no different from your faith that the sun will rise tomorrow morning.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  52. ARGUMENT FROM COOLNESS
    (1) That’s really cool.
    (2) God must have done that.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  53. ARGUMENT FROM PRAYER (II)
    (1) When I pray, either it comes true or God has a better plan.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  54. ARGUMENT FROM PAIN AVOIDANCE
    (1) If I don’t believe God exists, I’ll go to Hell.
    (2) Please don’t hurt me.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  55. ARGUMENT FROM FUZZY ANIMALS, a.k.a. DESIGN/TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (VI)
    (1) Bunnies are cute.
    (2) Cuteness is not an evolutionary advantage.
    (3) Therefore, cuteness must have been designed.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  56. ARGUMENT FROM INVISIBILITY
    (1) God is invisible.
    (2) I can’t see God.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  57. BEN FRANKLIN’S ARGUMENT FROM BEER (I)
    (1) “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.”
    (2) Beer exists.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  58. ARGUMENT FROM C.S. LEWIS
    (1) C.S. Lewis had a lot of good arguments in favor of Christianity … at least that’s what all my Christian friends tell me.
    (2) C.S. Lewis wrote some popular books too!
    (3) So anything C.S. Lewis said must be right!
    (4) Therefore, God Exists.
  59. ARGUMENT FROM UNIVERSAL DESTRUCTION
    (1) I woke up this morning and found that the universe still exists.
    (2) Therefore, its destruction was averted by God.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  60. ARGUMENT FROM UNNAMED SCIENTISTS (I)
    (1) Some famous scientists believed in God.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  61. ARGUMENT FROM FLOWERS, a.k.a. DESIGN/TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (VII)
    (1) That flower is pretty.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  62. ARGUMENT FROM QUANTUM PHYSICS
    (1) Quantum physics uses an uncertainty principle.
    (2) There is room for God.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  63. ARGUMENT FROM THE 2nd LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS (I)
    (1) The Second Law of Thermodynamics says that a closed system tends to disorder.
    (2) The universe is closed and ordered.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  64. ARGUMENT FROM APOLOGETICS WEBPAGES
    (1) I was surfing the Net and came across this really cool webpage of apologetics.
    (2) Their arguments were stunning.  I couldn’t refute them.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  65. ARGUMENT FROM COMFORT
    (1) All kinds of people have found comfort in religion.
    (2) That means there must be something there to give comfort to them.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  66. ARGUMENT FROM EXISTENTIAL LONELINESS
    (1) This can’t be all there is to existence.
    (2) I mean it’s so horrible, pointless, brutal and nasty.
    (3) It’s all so depressing.
    (4) I’m lonely.
    (5) There has to be something else out there.
    (6) I mean it, there just has to be.
    (7) THERE HAS TO BE SOMETHING ELSE OUT THERE!
    (8) ARRGGGG!!!  THERE JUST HAS TO BE!!!!
    (9) God!  He can be out there for me.
    (10) I’m not so lonely now!
    (11) Yay!
    (12) Therefore, God exists.
  67. ARGUMENT FROM CHRISTIAN SOLIPSISM
    (1) Nothing but Jesus is real.
    (2) See #1.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  68. ARGUMENT FROM LACK OF IMAGINATION
    (1) I couldn’t imagine not believing in God.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  69. ARGUMENT FROM WOW
    (1) When I look into the sky and see all the pretty stars, all those galaxies…
    (2) Wow.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  70. ARGUMENT FROM WIND
    (1) You believe in wind.
    (2) But you can’t see it.
    (3) God’s the same way.
    (4) It IS TOO analogous!
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  71. ARGUMENT FROM TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES
    (1) One time, I was in deep emotional pain.
    (2) I prayed to God, and felt His presence.
    (3) You aren’t going to deny my emotional pain, are you?
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  72. ARGUMENT FROM ECSTASY (I) (used by a number of saints)
    (1) I woke up last night with a feeling of indescribable pleasure and joy.
    (2) It couldn’t have been sexual; I’m holy and never have thoughts like those.
    (3) So the ecstasy must have come from God.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  73. ARGUMENT FROM FEELING LOVE ALL AROUND
    (1) I can just feel love all around me.  I know the world is a good place, that people are essentially good, and that that comes from God.
    (2) I don’t know how I know.  It’s just there.  You’ve never felt it?
    (3) I don’t know how I know.  Stop pestering me!
    (4) [Sheds tears until nasty non-believer goes away.]
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  74. ARGUMENT FROM MUSIC / ART
    (1) You like classical music.
    (2) Classical composers wrote for God.
    (3) [Non-believer points out that they had to compose for the Church or they would have been executed.]
    (4) But they wrote for God and you like the music.
    (5) Therefore, God Exists.
  75. ARGUMENT FROM THE BIBLE (II)
    (1) The Bible says the Bible is true.
    (2) Therefore the Bible is true.
    (3) The Bible says God exists.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  76. PASCAL’S ARGUMENT, a.k.a. PASCAL’S WAGER (I)
    (1) If God exists, it would be really cool.  (And I would win big-time.)
    (2) If God didn’t exist, it would really suck.  (But I wouldn’t lose much.)
    (3) Thus I should believe in God because it’s the best bet.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  77. ARGUMENT FROM BIBLICAL PRESERVATION
    (1) The Bible hasn’t changed much since it was written.
    (2) Therefore everything in it must be true.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  78. ARGUMENT FROM BIBLICAL PROPHECY (II)
    (1) Jesus clearly fulfilled all the prophecies of the Jews.
    (2) I don’t care if many stories were created to fulfill prophecy.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  79. ARGUMENT FROM THE 2nd LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS (II)
    (1) All systems become chaotic.
    (2) The Universe, too, will become chaotic.
    (3) Only God can keep the Universe orderly.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  80. ARGUMENT FROM LOGIC
    (1) There are some things in logic that you can’t logically demonstrate.
    (2) Therefore you have to take them on faith.
    (3) Your faith in logic is the same as my faith in God.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  81. ARGUMENT FROM UNIQUE EXISTENCE
    (1) God exists but not in a way that anything else that exists exists.
    (2) Since there are no other things that exist as God exists, we are free to make up things about God’s state of existence that ensure his continued non-observability
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  82. ARGUMENT FROM FUTURE EVIDENCE (I)
    (1) Look, I realize that it doesn’t seem to make sense that there would logically be a God.
    (2) However, I know He’s real, and that in the future I think that maybe something will happen probably that will show you all.
    (3) Therefore, God Exists.
  83. ARGUMENT FROM POSTULATE
    (1) To fully understand the following demonstration, you must first assume that God exists.
    (2) Therefore, God exists.
  84. ARGUMENT FROM ACCUSATION
    (1) The Bible says that everyone knows God exists.
    (2) Therefore, YOU know that God exists.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  85. ARGUMENT FROM NOT-BELIEVING
    (1) The New Testament says people like you would question us.
    (2) You question us.
    (3) Therefore the Bible is true.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  86. ARGUMENT FROM DIVINE OPPOSITION
    (1) Satan is bad.
    (2) You don’t want to be on Satan’s side, do you?
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  87. ARGUMENT FROM FAITH EQUIVALENCY
    (1) You have faith that the sun will rise tomorrow, don’t you?
    (2) See!  Atheists have faith too!
    (3) Therefore, belief in science is just another faith.(4) Just like I have faith in God and Jesus.
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  88. ARGUMENT FROM IMPLIED BEAUTY, a.k.a. DESIGN/TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (XI)
    (1) If you evolved, you’d be pretty ugly.
    (2) Look how beautiful you are, and the world that is around you.
    (3) Only God could have made you so beautiful.
    (4) I don’t care that beauty is totally subjective, you are beautiful in God’s eyes!
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  89. ARGUMENT FROM BRAINWASHING
    (1) Atheists claim Christians have been brainwashed by churches.
    (2) We can just as easily say that they have been brainwashed by secular colleges and universities in their futile thinking and secular reasoning.
    (3) Your brainwashing keeps you from the Truth.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  90. ARGUMENT FROM GOOD AND BAD BEHAVIOR
    (1) Sometimes I do good things and sometimes I do bad things.
    (2) When I do something good this PROVES that God and my Guardian Angel are helping me to be good.
    (3) Praise the Lord!  Oh God help me to be strong and steadfast against temptation ’til I die so that You will not (in Your infinite mercy) send me to Hell.
    (4) When I do something bad this PROVES that the Devil has tempted me to do EVIL.
    (5) Whatever I do, it proves that either God or the Devil is real.
    (6) If the Devil is real, then God is real.
    (7) Therefore, God exists.
  91. ARGUMENT FROM GOD’S PLAN, a.k.a. GOD WORKS IN MYSTERIOUS WAYS
    (1) There is a plan in the world.
    (2) The existence of this plan can be seen from the fact that things are the way they are.
    (3) My belief is part of the plan, and so is your non-belief.
    (4) [Atheist: Why?]
    (5) The plan is too infinitely great for our minds to comprehend the “why.”
    (6) An infinitely great plan must have an infinitely great mind behind it.
    (7) Therefore, God exists.
  92. ARGUMENTUM AD TINKERTOYUM, a.k.a. GOD OF THE GAPS, a.k.a. DESIGN/TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (XII)
    (1) Take some tinkertoys and make several “creations”.
    (2) Take the creations apart and dump the pieces in a plastic bag.
    (3) Shake the pieces up and dump them on the floor.  Repeat as many times as you wish.
    (4) The tinkertoys will never reassemble themselves into the original creations.
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  93. ARGUMENT FROM REVELATION
    (1) God told me that he exists.
    (2) God wouldn’t lie.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  94. “TRUE BECAUSE IT IS INCONSISTENT” ARGUMENT
    (1) If the Bible were cooked up by some smooth-talking manipulative authors, it would have been perfect and seamless and without any apparent inconsistencies.
    (2) But the Bible IS inconsistent, erroneous, and plain goofy at many places.
    (3) So the Bible is NOT a product of some smooth-talking manipulative authors.
    (4) Hence the Bible is the word of God.
    (5) Therefore, God exists.
  95. ARGUMENT FROM SCIENCE (I)
    (1) Science is always true.
    (2) Science says that there is a vanishingly small chance that all of this could have happened on its own.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  96. ARGUMENT FROM SCIENCE (II)
    (1) Science is not always true.
    (2) Therefore there is room for religious faith.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  97. ARGUMENT FROM ARTIFACT
    (1) Archeologists found the remains of a boat from Jesus’ time.
    (2) So the Bible is true.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  98. ARGUMENT FROM FEELING GOD’S PRESENCE
    (1) Atheists just haven’t truly felt God’s presence yet.
    (2) If they had ever felt God’s presence, they would not be atheists.
    (3) Theists have truly felt God’s presence.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  99. TRILEMMA ARGUMENT
    (1) Jesus was either lord, liar, or lunatic.
    (2) Can you PROVE He was a liar or lunatic?
    (3) Therefore, Jesus was Lord.
    (4) Therefore, God exists.
  100. ARGUMENT FROM MEANING (III)
    (1) Without God, life has no ultimate meaning and purpose.
    (2) My life has to have meaning and purpose.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
  101. ARGUMENT FROM DESTINY
    (1) Without God, there is no no ultimate destiny and my destiny is dust.
    (2) I can’t accept that because I want more.
    (3) Therefore, God exists.
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