your ability to reason is blinded by your unbridled lust for acceptance.<quoted text>
You state your opinion as if it is fact and then say I have essentially ignored that fact. I disagree with your assertion.At the end of the day there are two choices, that a vast, working universe with anatomically matching creatures for reproduction and moon and stars and gravitational pill and proximity to a sun and etc, etc, etc all just happened by chance where it was incredibly fortuitous for us everything fell into proper place or it was the result of an intelligence force guiding it. I believe the latter.
What makes you think cells or specks can exist without a designer with far less difficulty? For starters you don't know that they do. And why would it be easier for them to exist because they were not the result of God? Perhaps I need you to clarity your statement because I am not following your point.It seems the only argument against a creator verses everything just luckily by chance turning into a working galaxy complete with self-replicating life forms and God is the argument well God would need a creator. I say, says who? Time and space always existed, why not God? There are some things that could have always existed. Mortals aren't one of them. And evolution without God as the driving force would be easier to accept if there also wasn't an entire galaxy and solar system behind it.That can't be fluke IMO
In the fall, you open your car door to find six leaves on the floor boards. Now what is the chanse that those exact six leaves out of the billion that might have or might not have and why six. the odds against this are so high, as to build a new god to explain it all.
he loves you
because you created him