“…although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God
nor gave thanks to him…”
Romans 1:21 (NIV)
Imagine for a moment walking through a field in the country with someone and suddenly coming across a shiny big Hummer truck loaded with options. Both you and your friend are stunned as there is no road or even tire tracks to explain how it got there. How might it have come to be there?
Then your friend makes a remarkable suggestion. He says, I think it just happened out of nothing. I don’t think anyone drove it here, it just came into existence from nothing. What would you say to your friend? Would you question their intelligence? Would you ask yourself, “What is he smoking?”
Well, you certainly would be in order to doubt his intelligence or else his sanity. Nothing cannot create anything. Normal, thinking people, recognize that for something to exist in time and space it must have a cause. Nothing is not a cause for anything. To suggest a car can suddenly come from nowhere is absurd.