Never against anything, the only honest answer for me is I don't know and no proof of existence only hearsay.
Sure G-d exists but not the Christian's god "Jesus" or Hinduism people's god "Krishna". Please
Nor Allah or Thor or Odin, either. For we are ALL God.
Does one believe in Thor or Odin? Please
Like blind men trying to describe what an elephant looks like. If your imaginary God works for you, great.
If everyone is God, then you know how to face that God evey moment of the day. I don't how to face your God or others, when these Gods are faceless. How do you expect others to see your faceless God. It is senseless to kill them or ignore them if they don't see your God too, as you see your God..
If one does not believe in Thor or Odin, then why present it as an argument?
If one does not believe in G-d, then one's position is of "non-existence of G-d". Why did one get to this position? That is the question. Right? Please
There may be people yet that believe in them, and there certainly were people that did. Thus those gods are included as well.
No, lack of a belief in a god does NOT mean a belief in it's non-existence. As to how to get to that place - it's really quite simple. There is nothing at all proving a god, or even showing that one might exist (though definitions of "god" differ and some definitions do require a god). So the real question becomes "without evidence of a god, why would anyone believe one exists?".
If your wrong.
In Muslims hell you get a monkey shoved up your butt forever.
Sorry - gotta go with the Buddha. If there be monkeys, I'm hoping it is sea monkeys.
Prove what I don't know if Gid exist,? when nobody can prove God exist.
Why not put me in a round world and tell me to pray in a corners and hope I got the correct God out of millions.
You go crazy, not me.
I believe in God, but I would say there is always the possibility that my belief could be wrong,my husband doesn't believe in God but there is possibility he could be wrong. Everyone is entitled to believe in what they wish look more of how they treat others and being a good person.let the preacher preach,you can just accept others
Even no body can prove that there is no god. There is not evidence that god does not exist.
I can say I believe in fairies, Giants and dragons. Unless you can disprove they do not exist, they can exist in my mind.
It isn't up to people that lack belief to prove a god doesn't exist. It is up to believers to prove it does. If I tell you there are invisible pink squirrels in my attic, isn't it up to me to prove they exist before you take me seriously? And if I can't, does it matter that you can't prove they don't? And will it help my case if I tell you I know this because I found a book in my attic written in pink ink telling me all about them? Probably not, eh?
Well it doesn't help the Christians case to direct us to the bible.for the same reasons.
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