My kids love “knock knock” jokes.
Needle little money for candy!
My kids are always working on an angle to get some candy.
In reality, if I was sitting on my couch and heard “knock, knock” on the door, I would either get up and open the door, or shout “who is it?”
Then, I would expect to see a person or hear a voice, and I don’t think anyone would take issue with that.
Why is it then, that people take issue with the same principle when we apply it to the Big Bang Theory? Doesn’t the same principle hold true for a big knock as it does a little knock?
The non-theistic, naturalistic explanation of the universe seems to ignore the simple law of causality; every effect needs a cause. A knock needs a knocker, and a personal one at that!
Non-theists dismiss a creator because He would be timeless, spaceless, and immaterial – and that is not allowed in their world view. If your world view excludes everything immaterial to begin with, you certainly won’t conclude an immaterial cause.
The naturalist materialist view becomes a bad knock knock joke:
No one who?
No one who created everything!
The Creator has given us ample evidence of His existence through the created world and He knocks on the door of our hearts:
Orange you going to let me in?
Follow at the evidence where it leads… think it through.