I am re-posting this excellent piece of apologetics because it is concise and inarguable.
One’s worldview is based upon what one believes to be the Ultimate Reality. The most fundamental intellectual choice to be made is whether or not God exists. For if God does exist, it is possible that he has a certain purpose and regard for us, his created creatures. If he exists, then it is possible that our beliefs and actions matter, and there is such thing as objective morality. Of course, in order to affirm these things, we have to move beyond the basic fact of God’s existence to a more detailed belief system. My view is that Christian theism is correct, which entails real (as opposed to fabricated) purpose in life, inherent value of human beings, and objective moral truths.
If God does not exist, then it logically follows that there is no true purpose for man’s life; there is only the purpose man invents in his own mind…
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