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the more we study our surroundings, the easier it is to believe that there is a creator3
God is a social construct that serves as a placeholder for the unknown and an omniscient enforcer of civil obedience.
Many cultures throughout history have used God to describe naturally occurring phenomenon. They've also used the fear of God to govern societies without the means to enforce law behind closed doors.
God isn't a person or an entity. God is the very existence of our own ignorance of the universe and our own biology. The more we learn, the more the "God construct" recedes into the horizon.
I already know who he is.
I'm pretty sure god is not Steve Buschemi
Way I see it, he'll tell us individually when we are ready
According to the Christian belief, or in general?
To me, the term "god" is part of three major rules of the universe
Energy/Soul, Matter and Time.
I don't need to know who someone is.. all I need to know
is that I, as well as everything else within the bounds of cosmos exists.
It's a man-made concept, created to help weakened minds who cannot embrace science or think for themselves (or dare not to).
God is not great.
Just my take on it.
I already know
no, since i'm an atheist.
Who would want to associate with something that is cool with children suffering, war, pestilence, diseases, slavery, plenty of killing in his name, exterminating millions, the hoarding of wealth by his churches etc.
I'm very religious myself but yes, that question does crop up in my mind from time to time but i guess that is the who point of religion. To believe, to have faith and hope. But the only reason we question it is because we haven't seen God for ourselves which is what gives us this sense of 50-50. However, to others who may have felt his presence or experienced miracles, it is a different story
The G@G god I like to know him!
If I want to know?
Sure, I want it
nah I don't really give a fuck
What a silly question.
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