Does God exist? Many like to think so, and this alone proves how complex we humans are. The existence of God has been fiercely debated for centuries. But, regardless of what you think or feel is true, can math – the universal unbiased language – stop the debate over God’s existence?

Logically speaking, if you do not believe in God, you have 50:50 chance of being right. And if you are a believer, you have 0:100 chance of being right. But unfortunately, we will never know this, because it’s all just a speculation. In the video below, AsapSCIENCE uses statistical and rational analysis to show how people use numbers to justify God’s existence.

5 thoughts on “Can Math Prove God’s Existence?

  1. Mathematics certainly points to order and complexity of universe and intelligent design but all these proof of God or disproofs are very silly endeavors. Faith and science exist on two entirely different planes and they do not intersect. Science cannot prove or disprove God and faith cannot prove or disprove science. I will be at Faith Presbyterian Church, Greensboro, NC at 11 AM this morning. Plain interior, empty white cross in front, elderly congregation , maybe 50 in attendance and ya just know when you walk in. The six little kids at the crayon (pray on) table in front is a special delight.

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