Conditional proof is a method for proving a conditional by assuming its antecedent and deriving its consequent. Read this post or watch the video to learn how it’s done.
Is life meaningless or worthless without God? No, meaningful lives are available even without God, and life is the sort of thing that is inherently worthwhile. This article, and its accompanying video, explain why the lives of atheists can be both meaningful and worthwhile.
Hell is understood here as a place of ceaseless torment, going on forever. Hell couldn’t exist without a being as powerful as God to maintain it. But even if God did exist, Hell would be incompatible with God’s goodness and justice. So, whether or not God exists, there is no Hell. Watch the video or read the article to learn why.
The Transcendental argument maintains that eternal conceptual truths require the existence of an eternal mind, which is understood to be God. I maintain that eternal truths, such as the laws of logic, are part of the fabric of reality, not conceptual truths in the sense Matt Slick intends. Read the article to learn in more detail why the Transcendental argument fails to prove God’s existence.