Is it true that there is no objective moral truth?
Let’s define clearly the boundaries of what objective moral truth is. The claim is that our universe contains moral values good and evil, right and wrong actions that exist independently from the opinions of any one person or culture. To find out more about this subject check out this video.
So, there is a common argument that all things need a cause and since all things need a cause then God must also need a cause. The conclusion is that if God needed a cause, then God is not God. Let us take a closer look at who created God.
Apologetics 101: Did God Create the Universe? How do you answer that question to a non-believer without using the Bible? Based on the apparent fine-tuning of the Universe the evidence points to a designer. This designer would have the characteristics of being: spaceless, timeless, immaterial, self-existent, infinite, intelligent, personal and purposeful. This is the same way that the Bible describes God. These are the attributes of the God of the Bible, discovered without referencing the Bible.
“God sent a man, John the Baptist, to tell about the light so that everyone might believe because of his testimony.”
In essence, the believer is the bridge between the unbeliever and Jesus. John the Baptist was described as a witness, born to proclaim all the wonders of Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God who was to take away the sins of the world. John’s primary purpose was to connect people with the Savior of their souls.
Now, just as John was called to be a witness, so is every believer. Our words and actions form the link between the lost and Christ. If we choose not to shine for Him, the unbeliever is left with no hope of redemption
As it was John’s responsibility to prepare for the first coming of Christ, so it is our responsibility to prepare for the second. How are we to do so? By proclaiming the glorious good news of redemption!