1. People deny God because moral evil exists. They claim there is moral evil in the world and in the Bible, therefore God is either non-existent, immoral, or powerless.
2. Therefore we should live as if God does not exist, and all that exists are matter and energy.
3. But if all that exists are matter & energy, then all that happens is due to natural forces, and not moral evil. Anything we call moral evil is not truly moral evil, but merely a natural force.
4. But if moral evil does not exist, then the moral reason in (1.) does not exist, which is what was used for denying God. Therefore the reason for denying God due to the existence of evil is not rational.
5. But we know that moral evil does exist, for all people have something that they call moral evil that exists separate and apart from our opinion.
6. Since moral evil exists, we all have some standard for right and wrong that is not based in matter and energy.
7. In summary, we either have to say (A) that there is moral evil in the world and in the Bible, and therefore there is a moral law outside of matter and energy, which denies the naturalistic worldview, or say (B) that the events in the world and in the Bible are not moral evil.
8. In either case, God is shown to not be disproved. Instead, the most reasonable answer for morality in the world is a moral law that is outside of the human mind. This we call God.