Do you agree that God doesn't exist?
I honestly don't think there is a god. What is your opinion?
- 2 months agoFavourite answer
I don’t think there is a god either, but you never know.
- Not ApplicableLv 62 months ago
- Roberta BLv 62 months ago
I do not agree, because I exist and so do you. We, and everyone and everything else, has to have come from something or someone.
Someone wrote:"HUMANS generally define existence in terms of time, space, and matter."But consider, An ultimate Creator must necessarily be unique, not dependent on any of these things, because he created them.
Human definitions are not laws that must be obeyed by the universe, or by anything or any One over which humans do not have control.Almighty God has set in place the most effective way in which we can approach him:
Acts 17:26, 27
26 "And he made out of one man every nation of men to dwell on the entire surface of the earth, and he decreed the appointed times and the set limits of where men would dwell, 27 so that they would seek God, if they might grope for him and really find him, although, in fact, he is not far off from each one of us."
So, we don't make the rules on how to approach our Creator. He makes them, because he is searching for those who will worship him in spirit and truth.
Millions of people throughout the years have found him and have made efforts in faith to get to know him, serve him and obey him.Other people tell lies about the one true God, because they are not willing to be accountable to him. The Israelites of Moses' day saw the ten plagues, crossed the Red Sea on dry ground, and saw the destruction of one of the most powerful armies of that time when the Red Sea drowned its soldiers. And yet, many of that generation refused to obey God's law, and even wanted to go back to Egypt rather than recognize their accountability to God.
Many people today deny that God exists, not because there is no evidence, but for the same reason that this faithless crowd had, who miraculously escaped slavery in Egypt. Many people do not want to acknowledge that their Creator exists, and that they are accountable to him, despite the preponderance of the evidence that he does exist.
Here is other evidence:
1 Non-existence to existence - if something does not exist, and then suddenly exists, there has to be a cause for this change, one that shows itself to be able to effect that result. The universe has evidence of a beginning, and so everything in the universe, the matter, energy, forces, and the laws that they follow, and even time and space itself, had a beginning.The singularity followed by the Big Bang are not causes that we can see, but some can only hypothesize that they happened anyway. We do not see this happening in our lives. Theoretical physics does not prove that something happened, only that, supposedly on paper, it could happen.A Creator with the intelligence and power to cause existence from non-existence, and with a far-sighted reason to do it, makes far more logical sense.
2 The finely tuned laws that govern energy and matter - this observation is found in the precise relationships which, if they are different by very small degrees, can make our universe impossible. Even the order of the elements of matter can be placed in a chart that shows their detailed interrelationships. The discoverer Mendeleev even left spots in his first charts where undiscovered elements were later placed. This can be compared to a puzzle made of dozens of pieces which, if one piece is left out, will result in an incomplete picture so the puzzler knew to look for the pieces.A well laid out plan with a specific end in mind would make this possible. Even the 13.8 billion years quoted in so many science books is not enough time to produce such a complicated plan without a mind. Even the laws of physics themselves that govern energy and matter must come from some kind of mind.
3 How to turn non-life into life - it is not so easy. Experiments show that substances can be assembled, but they break down before life is produced. Other experiments use altered life structures such as DNA to make new specimens, but not things that are not life.
4 How living things complement each other in symbiotic relationships - did these make them up? Also, the human brain is still the most complex computer on the planet, and even computers, that can do some things faster, cannot compare with its versatility. These are evidence of an all-encompassing purpose.Archeologists who see bricks in order and tools and jars and streets under a mound of dirt, and they conclude that many years ago some intelligent human people constructed a town.
Every house is constructed by someone. He that constructs all things is God.
We have to be willing to humbly, sincerely, honestly seek him, and he will let himself be found - and he is not far off from each one of us.Source(s): Does It Make Sense to Believe in God? https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1101980022
- LLv 42 months ago
NO. God, is what we believe in our hearts. Every religion has their own 'God' and they all believe in it.
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- 2 months ago
Honestly try finding another answer to creation then. The idea of things like evolution is absolutely ridiculous. Even common science and knowledge prove that the chance of life coming about by happenstance is exponentially low, it's like saying you could grab a puzzle box, shake it up, and throw it on the ground and all the pieces would come together. If you want more reasonable answers go to JW.org
- Phil MLv 72 months ago
I believe it is much more likely for god to have been created in the minds of humans.
- AcetekLv 42 months ago
There is no compelling evidence for a god
- Chi girlLv 72 months ago
Since that's not true I can't very well agree with it.Source(s): Greek Orthodox Christian
- glcangLv 72 months ago
Yes, you are correct. The infinite universe with its infinite beauty and infinite mystery happened by accident, just like your ability to breathe, think , communicate and love another. Your consciousness is another accident and you are merely a meat puppet that is worth nothing, yup you are correct...there is no Source of creation , just a bunch of random accidents and chaos.
- PaulLv 72 months ago
Oh you're one of those "I don't know Him, therefore He cannot exist, even though hundreds of millions of people do know Him" folks. Not big on logic, are you?
- keyjonaLv 72 months ago
SOMEONE or something caused us to exist; we call it God.