Do you think of God?

2021-08-31 22:05:34 MARTY

I do not want to read novels. Please confine them to 3 arguments

Darrell

I believe in God, I am a Christian. In my opinion, there is well good / convincing reasons / arguments to believe in God:

I believe that this world was thought through and planned, I do not think the earth was "just so" created. Also, there is the opinion that an intervention of God is needed for the big bang.

There are also wonders examined by doctors. If there is no scientific explanation, why a human became healthy, then the miracle is also confirmed. The doctors do not always know that their investigations are for the church.

I also believe in a life after death. You can search on the Internet for "girl encountered Jesus" (without quotation marks). These are reasons to go to God andto believe in a life after death.

I have also experienced things that have strengthened my faith.

Santos

Hello,

No, Because

1. Not sufficient evidence

2. God was created by man

3. There are many evidence, on the other hand,

Long version:

Hello,

I am atheist and do not believe in God / Allah / JHWH / ... there is no logical reason !

  • Science
  1. People are badly designed (many problems); If God is so perfect, he would not have created man so error-prone. Top 10 Design Flaws in The Human Body
  2. Religion / Faith was often used as gap filler. Example: The Greeks used Poseidon to earthquake to EClearly. Today we know that they arise due to the movement of tectonic plates to reduce pressure. So many things that were previously said were scientifically refuted today.
  3. Apparently, according to the Creationist, God seemed to create the world 5000 - 6000 years ago. How can one explain old fossil finds that are millions years old?
  • Company / Culture
  1. The faith in God is socially given. People in poorer countries believe significantly more often to God / Allah / .... than in rich countries. People with higher education are more frequent atheists. The faith is therefore also dependent on social status and a product of it. Why Atheism wants Replace religion
  2. humanEN, which were religiously indoctrinated in their childhood, often remain believed. Things that have been faced in earliest childhood stay in the heads. People who were educated "neutral" are much rare believers.
  3. Yes, the unambiguous majority of people is believer. This is u.a. to the reasons mentioned by me. However, God does not exist automatically. The argument from Common Consent
  4. The nature and the characteristics of the Christian, Hindu and Muslim of God and other deities are very different. That's why you can argue that even if there should be a God, we can under no circumstances know which. This is called inconsistent revelation. Argument from inconsistent revelationsN
  5. There are numerous contradictions in teaching (eg supposedly forgiving God destroys busy villages and is then angry and destructive, ...)
  6. The Bible was through translations, interpretations changed, interpreted and falsified differently. So you can lay out the book as you want. Creative, but more Harry Potter as a reality.
  • Philosophy
  1. God allows atheism. The fact that unbelief exists and a God does not convert them to divine intervention indicates that such a higher being does not exist. The argument from Non-Belief
  2. God has created everything because "everything has to have a beginning"? Who or what did God create? If it's a GodIs who created him
  3. When God exists and is good, he should not eliminate all evil? If we were really important to God, there would be no wars, murderers, thieves and other crimes. Logical Problem of Evil
  4. Many believe that the world would fall into immoral chaos without religion. But also atheists, agnostics or other non-godbombie act as ethical and morally correct as other people. Without faith, there were just as social rules. The Moral Argumen T
  5. Atheists have at least as good lives as believers. Many successful people are unbelieving, e.g. Richard Dawkins or Christopher Hitchens. Logically, God would have to treat unbelievers worse. Atheism and Carpe Diem
  6. There are contradictions between allistography and free will. Most religions combine both - but that is a huge contradiction! If a higher being knows everything that happens (is and will), and he knows every thought of people before being shaped at all, then the further way is predetermined. And that does not fit for free will.
  7. God, the "Almighty". It does not work. Someone who can do everything, everything knows everything can do it, should also create a stone that can not even wear himself. But if he can not wear him, he can not do everything and is not omnipotent. And should he wear the stone, so he does not manage to create such a stone, what againM to the conclusion that he is not omnipotent.
  • Probability
  1. This also fits the point of inconsistent disclosure. There are many different beliefs, conventions and so on. There are also atheistic religions like Buddhism. In the end there is only one truth. Maximum one direction is right.
  2. The belief in God is a human. The Bible is man-made. The Koran is a human. Who wrote the Bible?

Because of this, it is not 100% excluding that God exists, but just extremely contradictory and unlikely. I therefore see no reason to believe it.

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Lillie

There are - for me - just many reasons that there is a God who created us and that it just has just liked to reveal to us in the Bible (the Bible itself, the historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus, biblical prophecy, the red thread through the Bible, God's salvation plan, the gospel (the "good news" of salvation through the faith and God's grace, love and mercy) the precision of the tradition of biblical books, the creation, etc. ).

3 examples:

  • Biblical prophecies and predictions prove God
  • The mathematical-prophetic worship proof
  • Justice: Can I trust the Bible?

Charlie
  • ES GFrom already soooo many gods
  • Science can now explain almost everything (even the emergence of everything) without any one of the thousands of gods
  • The God's picture of the great religions contradicts their own holy writings (Theodizee Question, AMAGES paradox, ubiquitous hell problem)

Olive

I do not believe in a God, as it:
  • No evidence or evidence Provides, which he exists
  • meanwhile -zwar not for everything - but for extremely many questions of scientific or mathematical explanations and evidence gives, which do not require a presence or the work of a God
  • awarded is not only to "believe" without "knowledge"

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