Philosophy

The Mathematical Argument for the Existence of God

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Author Amy K. Hall Published on 08/19/2020

Reasonable Faith has a new video answering the question “How do we explain the astonishing applicability of math to the physical world?”

The mathematical argument for the existence of God goes like this:

1. If God does not exist, the applicability of mathematics is just a happy coincidence.

2. But the applicability of mathematics is not just a happy coincidence.

3. Therefore, God exists.

For more brief videos explaining arguments for the existence of God, see their previous work: