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Most Helpful Girl
No, I don't.2
Most Helpful Guy
Depends on what your definition of "god" is?
Because if it's the judeo-christianor many similar monotheistic religions' god, that many had claimed to be omnipotent, omnibenevolent, omnipresent, omnipresent, omniscient, completely defies all logic and has way too many contradictions to even be believable.
You only believe in a god if you want to believe in a god or any gods, including that christian god or that islam or muslim god, or some or any other god.
There's also agnostics and skeptics that are unsure. Atheists that are totally adamant that there can't be because of the whole science and the contradictions of all logic and reasoning.
There's also groups of believers but they are like in cults that follow an UFO religion or something believing in "Ancient Astronauts" or "Intelligent Extraterrestrials" to be our original creators and creators of our world, as it has also been explored and mention multiple times in science fiction. So "god" to them are aliens or an alien that is very powerful and intelligent that have created the beginning of our planet and our ancestors. Either they came to our planet and created the beginning of life and involved in it's evolution processBut those are more like "maybe" theories, since no one can completely verify this either.
The Problem of evil is one of the biggest contradictions and criticisms of that monotheistic religions all face:
“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?”
One other one other people constantly forgot about is apatheist or apatheism, which basically mean that there people that are Not interested in accepting or denying any claims that gods exist or do not exist. In other words, an apatheists are people that considers the question of the existence of gods as neither meaningful nor relevant to their life or existence.
In other words they just don't care about it and don't care to believe or not believe.
I'm more or less the last category.
Whether there is or isn't a god or any gods is neither important or matter to me. Even if there ever was any "god", I would think that it, him or they are long gone and is no longer involved with what humans do, act, and all human affairs. What ever choices we make, whatever we do, we will face any and all consequences as the result of our actions.3