As Philosopher William Lane Craig explains, mathematics is a big deal because it “lies at the foundation of transformative technologies like the personal computer and the color photograph. Its theorems led to the discovery of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity. The Laws of Physics are all represented in surprisingly elegant mathematical equations. Every invention, every advancement, owes mathematics a debt of gratitude. In fact, all of science relies on the assumption that we live in a mathematically imbued universe.”

But that raises some challenging questions, such as why is mathematics the way it is? Do we really think the elegance and predictive power of mathematics are realities as a result of chance? Craig explains in the following Reasonable Faith/Avoid Project video why mathematics is incredible evidence for the existence of God:

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