It’s common to think of “evidence” as something that can be analyzed using scientific means, like DNA evidence found at a crime scene. In a broader sense, however, evidence is simply whatever observations are used to demonstrate that something is true.
Some of the arguments that have been circulated for God’s existence have struck me as weak (but your mileage may vary). For example, some derive evidence for God’s existence from methods of philosophy, such as in the ontological argument. Philosophy is couched in a technical language of sophistication and logic. To the extent this encourages careful reasoning, that’s fine, but Continue reading “What evidence is there that God exists?”