The question of God’s existence is a foundational question, and the way you answer it has profound implications for every other area of your life. One of the problems, however, is that God’s existence is not the kind of thing that can be proven (or disproven) irrefutably. But that doesn’t mean it is an exercise in blind (i.e. irrational) faith. The world is full of clues. In fact, when we look inside our own minds and hearts, we find powerfully compelling evidence for the existence of God. The question is not whether there is evidence. The question is: What explanation makes best sense of the evidence?