"4 Easy Steps that Prove God"
If you would like to make an attempt to disprove this Perfect Proof, there is a forum where you can do so. $10,000 U.S. has been provided and is being offered to the first person who can disprove this proof. Hundreds have tried, but failed.
Hey, Troy Brooks. Far from me to disparage this um... noble challenge... but I note that you describe no arbitration process at all on this page. This means that your "challenge" is nothing more than a naked boast, and that the probability of there being an actual ten thousand dollars is slightly higher than the probability of me turning into Sir Francis Bacon, and prove that I wrote the entire works of Shakespeare.
Nevertheless, let us forge ahead...
Step 1 - Why is eternally evolving in the past of cause and effect (do not confuse this with the limitedness of evolution, the physical science, since the amoeba) NOT TRUE, in the physical realm (material nature), biologically or non-biologically, organically or non-organically; that is, in its more encompassing meaning?
Simply stated, If for eternity things have been evolving (biologically or non-biologically, etc.), by this very definition of evolving (in causes and effects, before or after the amoeba, even before or after the big bang), you would have had an eternity to be perfected (without sin) irrespective of when you personally started in the evolving chain according to calculus where the approximation of eternity is taken as eternity.
This is "simply stated" ? Anyway, we've got a circular argument right there. Sin presupposes the existence of God, and sin is assumed in the first step.
I WIN !
Where's my money ?
Hello, Troy ? I'm waiting, give me my ten thousand. I'll sue the pants off you if you don't !
Step 2 - If, in response, an unsaved evolutionist, cosmologist, atheist or agnostic (thinly veiled atheism since a non-choice is still a rejection of God because it is not an acceptance) comes to you and says the big bang (or other natural means) is the beginning, again, that is false also since material (nature) doesn't happen all by itself. There is always a cause to the effects in nature. Nothing in nature happens all by itself.
Fallacy of composition. The fact that parts of nature have causes does not mean that the universe as aggregate has a cause. You have to prove this by showing that the property of causality is not relational. Since it is, you lose. I WIN AGAIN !
*hears the sound of a person running, then a door slamming, then a car starting in a hurry*