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Is the existence of "God" a logical Deduction in Science?

  1. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
    Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago

    I would say so, as it is logical to assume that the "Force of God" is infused in both individuals and systems of nature. Apparently, God is involved on both the microcosmic level and the macrocosmic level in that all of nature reveals an interconnectedness and interdependence. Let's call "God" a force of Spirit within nature.

    For instance, vultures consume rotting carrion and this is good for vultures and good for the environment. Bees gather nectar by going from flower to flower, (for the production of honey in the hive,) for the sake of themselves and for the sake of pollinating plants. Without the bee, pollination of plants would have to be done by us. Thank goodness for bees. Flies, cockroaches, snakes, bats and other weird / grotesque creations contribute to the whole as well, even though we may not see the whole or comprehend how they contribute to a bigger picture. But the amazing thing is this: there is a bigger picture!

  2. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
    Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago

    Is it wrong to call the invisible aspect of all that exists "God?" Maybe we can't detect the Spirit of God directly with the five senses, but we can certainly see evidence of God all around us, especially in nature. Why not call the  c a u s e  of all that exists "God?"

    1. colorfulone profile image88
      colorfuloneposted 5 months ago in reply to this

      As the evil in this world continues to increase, the Spirit of God is increasing. Believers know it and are drawing closer to God.  While many people without God are becoming mentally ill, and doing all sorts of evil.  The separation is distinct in human nature.

      1. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
        Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        "As the evil in this world continues to increase, the Spirit of God is increasing." Well, thank goodness for that, colorfulone! 

        It seems that God is synonymous with good. God seems to be a force of goodness. He loves us. without His love where would we be? How can anyone deny God and his love? Who would not want his Father's / Mother's love? Of course a force of great goodness created us. What mother and father does not love their child.

        Did you create yourself??? How?
        ….If you can't answer that then where did you come from????
        (The process of evolution does give an answer for your individual consciousness.)

        1. lovetherain profile image72
          lovetherainposted 5 months ago in reply to this

          If God is LOVE why did he create things like spider wasps?

          1. wilderness profile image95
            wildernessposted 5 months ago in reply to this

            Because spider wasps love each other?  Because spider wasps are the real reason for the earth's existence, despite what our ego tells us?  Because nature requires a balance of all living things and will create it's own balance if it gets out of whack?

            1. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
              Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago in reply to this

              this is a spacey response from wilderness! hmm

            2. lovetherain profile image72
              lovetherainposted 5 months ago in reply to this

              Who says nature requires a balance?

              1. wilderness profile image95
                wildernessposted 5 months ago in reply to this

                If there is an ecological niche, it will be filled.  Balanced, if you will.  If there are too many of a species for the environment to handle, some will die.  Balanced.  If more prey is available than predators can eat, either prey will die off or predators will increase.  Balanced.

                That's the type of balance I mean.

                1. Castlepaloma profile image23
                  Castlepalomaposted 5 months ago in reply to this

                  Not the strongest survives, rather the most diversity creature survives

                  Like the Jellyfish or Taragrade

                  1. wilderness profile image95
                    wildernessposted 5 months ago in reply to this

                    The strongest within a species survives.  Competition between species will, of course, depend on both "strength" and the ability to occupy multiple ecological niches.  Man performs well here, with his great diversity, in spite of his physical weaknesses.  Of course he also has the strength of intelligence to help.

              2. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
                Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago in reply to this

                God! LoL!

          2. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
            Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago in reply to this

            Actually, Nature created spider wasps. Perhaps Nature is an aspect of God and God gave Nature the ability to be super creative out of the love of His being.  Nature seems to be creative more than loving.
            Look at ruthless storms, cyclones, hurricanes, tsunamis and such. Look at Tasmanian Devils, hyenas, cockroaches, vultures and such. Was Tyrannosaurus rex "loving" as he ran at other creatures to tear them up and swallow them bleeding and screaming with his gigantic mouth filled with sharp teeth? How about sharks speeding up to other fish and aquatic creatures to tear them up and consume them.

            What is love in the end? The love of offspring in human and animal world? The love of mates in human and animal world? The love of siblings? The love of pets? The love of fellow man, and all your neighbors? The love of the spirit of God, basically an unknown? The love of Jesus, a historical figure or any other spiritual figure written about in history? The love of love? The love of a dog for his master. The love of a cat for his feeder? Do spider wasps love? Does any bug feel love? Does nature prove that God exists? There seems to be more to God than just love. Why do we assume God is Love only?

        2. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
          Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago in reply to this

          Evolution does NOT explain the existence of consciousness. or does it?

  3. M K Hanslik profile image85
    M K Hanslikposted 5 months ago

    God is the truth that these things exist, depend on each other to exist and will cease to exist or become something else. That is the "tie"or "Spirit" you are talking about: Truth.

    1. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
      Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago in reply to this

      God is truth:
      3 fact(s), reality, real life, actuality. ANTONYMS fiction.

  4. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
    Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago

    God is actuality:
    actuality |ˌakCHo͞oˈalitē| noun
    actual existence, typically as contrasted with what was intended, expected, or believed: D

    actuality noun
    reality, fact, truth, real life. T

    1. wilderness profile image95
      wildernessposted 5 months ago in reply to this

      God is imaginary:
      im·ag·i·nar·y
      [iˈmajəˌnerē]
      ADJECTIVE
      existing only in the imagination:

      You see, simply making a statement of opinion, then defining that opinion, doesn't make the opinion factual.

      1. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
        Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        The power of God enables me to respond. If there was no God I could not respond. How would you like THAT, wilderness?

        1. Castlepaloma profile image23
          Castlepalomaposted 5 months ago in reply to this

          So what facts did your God bring you?

          1. Kathryn L Hill profile image85
            Kathryn L Hillposted 5 months ago in reply to this

            facts?
            God brings forth energy and consciousness within each of us in a constant state of present time.

        2. wilderness profile image95
          wildernessposted 5 months ago in reply to this

          If you could only offer anything - anything at all - to support that statement it would be wonderful.  But you can't, can you, leaving it but mere opinion, no better than the equally unsupported opinion that there is no god.

 
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