It’s important to always be careful with data, commentary, and information that you find anywhere, particularly on the internet. There is a ton of misinformation or even disinformation flooding us in regards to the Bible, science, history, the end of days, and anything of importance to our past and future. For every good piece of data, there are dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of bad pieces of data.
With that said, I have found the work of Trey Smith from God in a Nutshell both entertaining and informative. As always, I do not believe it’s necessary to try to “prove” our Lord, creation, or anything like that because we are told that knowledge of our God is part of us all. You don’t need proof. You need faith.
Smith’s work is still interesting. While I do not recommend it as a way to try to come to be a believer, for those who are solid in their faith, it makes for an intriguing exploration, albeit possibly distracting.
You should never try to prove the existence of God. You should help people find Him, but not through proof. Let the Word work. Allow the Holy Spirit to fill them. That’s the real goal. Proof is unnecessary and potentially blasphemous.
Here is the video that caught my attention. Set aside two hours before starting it – you won’t want to stop it once you get started. Smith has a style that is reminiscent of Jack Nicholson doing eschatology. I enjoyed it quite a bit.