"God" indeed Is NOT an Hypothesis to be Tested by Experiment ...

The concept that all early religion was animistic or naturistic and that belief in Monotheism was a late arrival as a result of 'evolving religious thought' is now even more seriously undermined by Rodney Stark's exhaustive 2007 study of religious development. Stark's 'The Origins of the Great Religions and the Evolution of Belief' (HarperOne, 2007),simply must be consulted by any who want to go deeper with this subject. In this book, Stark uncovers much useful information on the antiquity of Monotheism. He writes,
"Despite decades of faulty reports that early religions were crude muddles of superstition, it turns out that the primitive humans had surprisingly sophisticated notions about God and creation."

"God" indeed Is NOT an Hypothesis to be Tested by Experiment ...

Hebrews 11:3 - By faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God.

"God" indeed Is NOT an Hypothesis to be Tested by Experiment ...

The primary aims of this article are: (1) to give an account ofHume’s main arguments as they touch on various particular issuesrelating to religion; and (2) to answer to the question concerning thegeneral character of Hume’s commitments on this subject.

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In more recent scholarship, there has been a growing awareness thatthe earlier scholarly consensus seriously underestimates theirreligious content and aims of Hume’s earlier work -particularly in the Treatise. Moreover, the earlier consensusis liable to overlook the way in which 17th and18th century theological controversies and debatesstructure and shape Hume’s entire philosophy — not justhis philosophy of religion. Put another way, Hume’s philosophyof religion is now increasingly viewed as integral to his entirephilosophical system, rather than as an extraneous outgrowth orextension of earlier concerns and commitments that lack any specificirreligious motivation or orientation.

Skeptical Christian: God: The Failed Hypothesis

CORRECTION: This misconception may be reinforced by introductory science courses that treat hypotheses as "things we're not sure about yet" and that only explore established and accepted theories. In fact, hypotheses, theories, and laws are rather like apples, oranges, and kumquats: one cannot grow into another, no matter how much fertilizer and water are offered. Hypotheses, theories, and laws are all scientific explanations that differ in breadth — not in level of support. Hypotheses are explanations that are limited in scope, applying to fairly narrow range of phenomena. The term is sometimes used to refer to an idea about how observable phenomena are related — but the term is also used in other ways within science. Theories are deep explanations that apply to a broad range of phenomena and that may integrate many hypotheses and laws. To learn more about this, visit our page on .

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God is an hypothesis, and if the hypothesis includes the claim that God has attributes and interacts with the physical world, then it is a testable one.

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Romans 1:20 - The things that have been made by God clearly reveal, not just His power, but also His Godhead. They prove that He is God, and those who fail to recognize Him as God are without excuse. Those who reject these truths will fall deeper and deeper into error and will absolutely be rejected by God (see vv 18-32).

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The "'God' Hypothesis" Problem is raised frequently by well-meaning Skeptics who want to establish -- or dis-establish -- The Reality of "God" via some "kind" of Science Experiments ...

Think: Just Do It!: [PHI 3000] The God hypothesis

We will see that the Bible claims that we can confirm the truth of creation simply by observing the Universe. If we conclude that creation is true, then it follows that God must exist. But it also follows that no "god" can be the true God unless it claims to be the Creator of the universe and is sufficiently wise and powerful to accomplish creation. Furthermore, no system can be the true religion unless it claims to worship something or someone that is an adequate Creator.