What moves many people to consider the existence of a Creator?
- 1 year agoBest answer
Well many people who thought there was no creator, came to believe that there was one. Notice this scripture, “Of course, every house is constructed by someone, but the one who constructed all things is God.” (Hebrews 3:4). That may seem very hard for some to understand, but that gives sound evidence in the belief that there is a creator. How can we look at all the flying creatures and say there’s no god? It didn’t happen by chance or by evolution. Jehovah god is the creator of all things and because of him everything came into existence and was created. For more information please visit jw.org.
- 1 year ago
Im a atheist but to me its sample put it this way the fact of non existence is impossible so you come down to a problem ether by the laws of quantum physics were you cant be aware that your dead and the fact that you aware right now means youll never die (the Quantum suicide) or somthing happens after death
- SmartassawhipLv 71 year ago
Intelligence, the stupidity that passes for "science" today, or the extreme blessing of our magnificient Creator showing Himself to the person as He did to me.
- Alan HLv 71 year ago
The rather obvious fact that there is much creation.
- What do you think of the answers? You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer.
- Don VertoLv 71 year ago
Not very likely trillions of people ever lived.
No matter whether you are an atheists or a believer in God you will have to face the need for a first cause.
In any case that first cause is super natural and can not be explained in any scientific way.
That first cause of necessity has to be causeless and very powerful.
- smallLv 71 year ago
Uncertainty.... if everything was auto, then there should be no uncertainty..... uncertainty proves a meddling hand and at the scale we encounter it, there is much reason to believe that such a hand would be great and powerful..... it is the creator who can enjoy such a position in the context of the created object.
- PubliusLv 71 year ago
Curiosity. A desire to know for sure. The spiritual experiences of other people with God. There are several reasons, dear one.
- Annsan_In_HimLv 71 year ago
They might not know it to begin with, but we are all created in the image of God so that it is natural for us to seek after our Creator. Further, "God has put eternity in the hearts of men" (Ecclesiastes 3:11) so that there is an awareness that just living a few years on Earth is not the sum total of everything. We are naturally troubled by the horrific fact of death, pondering if that is all there is to it. That is why the last chapter of Ecclesiastes urges young people to enjoy life, but to be aware that after physical death, "the spirit returns to God who gave it" and then we have to account to our Creator for how we lived in the flesh.
When people begin to seriously consider the existence of their Creator, it is an indication that the Holy Spirit is beginning to deal with them, to draw them to the One who brings us to God - Jesus Christ (John 14:6-11).
- CaesarLv 71 year ago
The very idea of gods or some creator is a product of the human imagination, It is quite understandable why primitive people, who were so much more exposed to the overpowering forces of nature than we are today, should have personified these forces in fear and trembling. But nowadays, when we understand so many natural processes, we have no need for such solutions but parts of our human brains are built around fear, researchers said subjects who perceive a supernatural agent at work in their daily lives tend to use brain pathways associated with the regulation of fear when asked to contemplate their religious beliefs.
- Chi girlLv 71 year ago
The existence of a creator makes sense to them.
Where did the raw material for the creation of the universe come from? How about "infinity"? How can anything in the natural world be "infinite"? If that's a misnomer and "infinity" is actually finite, what's on the other side?
Personal experiences have a role too.Source(s): Greek Orthodox Christian
- yesmarLv 71 year ago
Common sense and intuition are two prominent factors.