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There is No Creator God? Really?

No Creator God?

To discount or disbelieve the Bible, one must conclude there is no creator God. I specifically include the word Creator before God because God could mean different things to different people. I would normally start with scientific facts that have been well-established, by credentialed and respected scientists in their given fields of study. There are undisputed facts from science (a system of knowledge) that most of them agree on.

Before we delve into that area in my next blog post, “In the Beginning God – A Logical Argument for God’s Existence“, I will come at it from a different perspective in this one, which might seem a bit unusual. I submit, however, if serious thought is given to it, which is ironic, given the nature of this area, it should be absolute proof of a creator God.

Now I realize no amount of factual information, however logical or rational it may be, will convince those who simply choose not to believe in a creator God.  Everyone has that free will choice. Even good, sound, cogent arguments, grounded in very rational thought, will not persuade anyone if they just absolutely refuse to believe no matter what. It seems many people reject certain points of view because they do not want to accept the conclusions being arrived at.

We really cannot have any meaningful discussion about the Bible until we address the question of the existence of a creator God.

One’s position in that area ultimately comes down to their most basic beliefs about reality or apprehension of the world from a specific point of view. In other words, how a person views “life” in light of how they interpret reality from all they observe in the world around them. This is essentially what is referred to as one’s worldview.


What any of us believe about life in terms of how we got here and where it all is leading to, if anywhere, is grounded in one’s worldview.

Why is worldview important?

Worldview is important because everything, and I do mean everything, that we ultimately believe about life overall, the conclusions we come to stem from our view and interpretation of the world around us.

And, our worldview shapes how we see the next issue I want to address.

Let’s talk about origin.

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The foundation to one’s worldview comes down to the issue of origin.

Origin: the beginning of “things.” In this article, I mean the beginning of life, and everything therein. How or what we think about the origin of life is based on our worldview.

In other words, looking at the same evidence and facts, a believer in the creator God of the Bible as described in Genesis, and a non-believer, each come to their respective conclusions based on the “lens”, they see the world through.

For example, if someone is looking out at the world through glasses that have blue lenses, everything will look blue. However, if someone else is looking through red lenses, obviously everything looks red. Same world, different colored lenses, different perspective. 

As much as I like scientific evidence, it is my favorite because the evidence shows far beyond a “reasonable” doubt that life as we know it was created, not by a random chance “big bang”, I want to start in a different area.   

I believe this first area is clearer, and even stronger proof for the existence of the Biblical creator God than scientific evidence, which itself is incredibly strong.  

That area is morality. Morality? You may respond in surprise or shock even. Yes, morality. We will explain. If a person is open, rational, and unbiased in their thinking, I believe they would be convinced.


Why would I state that morality is conclusive proof of a creation worldview? Well, the answer is rather ironic and very simple if you think about it.   

First, let’s define what is meant by morality. Morality springs forth from the word moral, which is “of or relating to principles of right and wrong in behavior.” (Merriam-Webster online dictionary)    

That seems straightforward enough. Well, if you remember in our worldview section above, a person’s worldview shapes the basis for everything they believe about all areas and issues pertaining to life.

In the area of morality, a person who is an atheist or evolutionist, has absolutely no ground to stand on unless they “borrow” from the Christian biblical creation worldview. Why?

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Because unbelievers in a Biblical creation, have no logical or rational foundation to support any imperative moral position within their own worldview. Why?

In the atheist or evolutionist worldview, we live in a “chance” universe, where what happens just happens. There is no “rhyme or reason” to anything. We are just accidents from “chemical reactions” or “molecules in motion” over billions of years. If that is true, then how can we be expected or obligated to behave in any specific way? “Anything goes” so to speak. There would be no absolute or objective right or wrong. What would stop your neighbors from establishing their own moral codes? If they differed from yours, who is to say which ones should be adhered to or not? A person could choose a moral code that says murder is all right. This should be unacceptable to most, but in an evolutionary worldview, who is to say what standard we should follow?

Many people have heard of the atrocities and genocides committed by Hitler and Stalin during their reign that resulted in the deaths of millions of innocent civilians (Approximately 6 million innocent Jewish men, women, and children during the Holocaust). But many are likely unaware of the estimated 10-15 million Congolese civilians killed under the barbaric rule King Leopold II (1865-1908) of Belgium. What he ordered to have done in the Congo (having never even setting foot on African soil himself), was just as bad as what Hitler and Stalin did. To call him a moral monster would be a gross understatement. To make it even worse, he had the audacity to use the ruse of bringing “Christianity” to the natives, to justify the mass murders. (That was as far from true Christianity as the earth is from the sun.)       

If morality is subjective and not objective, then we cannot condemn his actions nor those of Hitler or Stalin. After all, there are no objective moral standards in an evolutionary world where we are chemicals and molecules with no rational capacity to reason. They were just doing what they determined was right to them. That sounds ludicrous for sure, but that is what we are left with in a non-biblical, non-creation worldview.      

So, whether it is the indiscriminate slaughter of millions, or the murder of a single innocent human being, in a civilized society most rational thinking people should find that behavior appalling. But why?

On what basis could we say any action is objectively right or wrong? If we are mere chemicals or just molecules without any ability whatsoever to reason and think, then we have absolutely no choice for any of the behaviors we perform, even the simplest ones. That is obviously ridiculous. Oh, I forgot. In the worldview of an atheist or evolutionist, who believes human beings are just the outcome of millions of years of mindless chance chemical processes, we don’t have the capacity to think in a sound cognitive, reasoning way.

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On the other hand, if we do have the capacity in that worldview, there is no way to rationally explain HOW we could get there from a chemical non-living process.

The most well-proven law in Biology is Biogenesis: Only life can generate life. Something is alive because something else alive produced it. 

How could there be any objective basis for right or wrong, and if there is, who decides what it is? How is it even discovered? Why would we have any obligation to follow any specific moral codes at all? I am NOT saying atheists or evolutionists are somehow less moral than anyone else. Most probably have a moral code of behavior. What I am saying is they have no way to justify any moral imperative within their own worldview

Of course, anyone could have an opinion in that worldview, but what happens when there are disagreements on moral issues on a small or massive scale? That would obviously cause problems and conflict. On a large scale it could lead to anarchy and chaos (and does). We see the result of this on the abortion issue. Some say it is morally right and should be acceptable, while others say it is morally wrong and detestable. What objective standard can an atheist or evolutionist appeal to in their worldview? Remember, we are mere chemicals in that worldview. The creator God of the Bible who gave moral codes and laws does not exist, so everyone can just do what is right in their own eyes. 

But we do know that everyone, whether they believe in the creator God of the Bible or not, has some measure of morality or lines they consciously know are unacceptable and should not be crossed. There are right or wrong behaviors.          

I have seen interviews of people who struggle to admit that even the most egregious act such as murder is objectively wrong, because after all, the perpetrator may have had their own “reason” or some mental condition to justify the act. Some proponents of abortion and those that perform it have admitted it is the murder of a human being, and to deny such is disingenuous. 

There are those who argue that morality is relative and there is no such thing as absolute morality. That argument is self-refuting because they are making an objective argument against an objective argument. In his book, The Ultimate Proof of Creation, by Jason Lisle, Ph.D. in astrophysics, he gives a good example against the argument of relative morality.

He gives this illustration:

What would happen if a moral relativist were held at gun point and asked, “Can you give me any reason why I should not pull the trigger if I can get away with it?” That person would quickly become a moral absolutist and would insist that murder is objectively wrong. Funny but true. 

It seems clear that most thinking people would conclude that to make any moral decision requires a mind to make a value judgment. Without the biblical worldview, right and wrong would be reduced to just personal preferences, such as which flavor of ice cream one prefers over another.  No reasonable person would argue that vanilla is objectively better than chocolate. In the evolutionary worldview, saying “murder is wrong”, is no more than a personal preference, akin to, vanilla over chocolate or vice versa. If someone had a different opinion there would be no basis for arguing with them. In an atheist or evolutionary universe, there is no real moral standard for people to follow consistent with their worldview. If they argue there is a real moral standard, they are conceding the consciousness of that in their heart which the creator God placed there.

For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of people who suppress the truth in unrighteousness because that which is known about God is evident within them; for God made it evident to them. For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes, that is, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, being understood by what has been made, so that they are without excuse.  Romans 1:18-20

There Is No Creator God? Summary

It seems from observing what I hear and see going on in the world, a great number of people do not think what they believe about God matters much at all. Nothing could be further from the truth. What a person decides to believe about God is the single most important decision in life. And it is a decision, make no mistake about that. Why? 

Because what we believe will determine our eternal destiny. Religion tells us it is what we DO that matters most. Well, that is partly true, but not totally. Why? 
Because what we do is based on what we believe. That is in essence what faith is, i.e., acting on what we believe. We all do it everyday in many things we probably never even stop to think about. God is a God of faith. His Word says it is impossible to please Him without it (Hebrews 11:6).

He designed this world system based on that truth. But it takes a person to humble themselves and believe that, and submit to Him. It appears that is the challenge (though not hard) far too many people do not want to face. It is especially hard for adults, the older they get. That is obviously the primary reason why Jesus said in Matthew 18:3, that “unless you (we)  turn and become like children, we will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” That is a pretty simple, straightforward, yet strong statement. Humble yourself and turn to Him if you have not already done so. DO IT TODAY!      

Looking for more? You’ll probably enjoy The Human Body – Clear Evidence of God!

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