The Universality of Reason as Evidence for a Rational God
Everyone uses, and must use, the very same rules of reason. Everyone is constrained by the same laws of logic and rational principles. Premises always lead to conclusions, for example. Normally, good reasoning is valued and expected by everyone, everywhere. It is universal. If reason is faulty it’s always due to violations of a standard set of universal laws or principles. The principle of validity is another example. That is, whether it’s valid or invalid, it is so for everyone, everywhere. This is evidence for a rational God.