Why do we need God? Why can’t we have an infinite regress of universes?

Physicists such as Lee Smolin, Bryce DeWitt, and John A. Wheeler believe that the universe may have been created inside a black hole, that when black holes form, they smear some of the stolen information into a new region of space, which we observe as a universe, and that every time a black hole does … More Why do we need God? Why can’t we have an infinite regress of universes?

Why did God make Adam and Eve with the desire for sin?

Since every action presupposes an inclination first, Adam, Eve, and the angels must have had a sinful attraction to eat the fruit from the tree of knowledge after the serpent tempted them. Inclinations are involuntary reactions your body has to a stimulus. For example, straight men will only choose to have sex with women if … More Why did God make Adam and Eve with the desire for sin?

Why is *THIS* God the one that exists, instead of a different one?

The more I thought about God, the more I realized: Doesn’t God just postpone the deep questions about existence, rather than really answer them? The more I consider it, the more I realize that using “God” to answer the questions of meaning, existence as such, and consciousness answers the questions locally to us, but the … More Why is *THIS* God the one that exists, instead of a different one?

Can we know anything?

I have a Christian friend who says that we can know nothing empirically. He goes far enough to say that nothing can be proven with certainty. This has been bothering me because I cannot show that he is wrong. Is there a way to deal with uncertainty in our lives?