How to Know God Exists: Scientific Proof of God

Anyone read this yet?

10516797_726668520785283_3217806309342972045_nWith the recent wave of books on atheism becoming New York Times best-sellers, the God debate is heating up. Because of the implications, it’s the most significant question of all time: Is there a God, or isn’t there? In this compelling book, Ray Comfort argues the case with simple logic and common sense.

If there is a God, surely He has made His presence known so that anyone, young or old, scholar or school child, can find Him. By applying basic logic to three clear evidences for the existence of God, Comfort will help you to:

  • Examine the case for evolution and see what top scientists are really saying about the theory
  • Explore the facts that led the world’s most notorious atheist to acknowledge a Creator
  • Investigate the evidence to discover who God is through 100% scientific proof, you can know God exists

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2 Responses to How to Know God Exists: Scientific Proof of God

  1. johnbestille says:

    Thank you for bringing this book to my attention DeltaV.

    Mankind lived for 190,000 years worshiping animals and astrological deities. Then leaders had to control civilizations so they created a super-human intimidation scheme called GOD. These are facts. This books grasps at straws to convince us otherwise.

  2. tildeb says:

    We are to think that the Banana Man has the street cred to talk about science? You’d have to be a gobsmacked wingnut to think this was rational.

    Oh, wait…

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