Then, I guess the question we'd all like to have answered is what is the bait he is using.
Do you have an evidence that god does not exist?
Hi Trichakra. Cute name.
I do not have evidence that God does not exist. Some do, but I do not. Those who do, say we are imagining everything. We are only thinking that God exists. That our very thoughts are nothing … not even proof of God!
Don't know I've ever seen or heard of evidence that no god exists. What might that evidence be?
Some say everything exists ? due to our thoughts as reactions to everything we percieve with the five senses outside of ourselves or logically deduct with the intellect. That there is no proof that everything that exists was and is created and sustained by a living force.
I am beginning to understand there are two Gods. One is imaginary and one is real.
This is actually a good point to use when pondering God. If God exists, if God made humanity in his image, and if God loves humanity.....what bait is the most likely one he would use?
Christ, to me, is the only one who fits the bill.
I wonder what Brahma uses as bait.
Maybe nature, oxygen, the sun, the universe ...
Life can not be extracted to its bits and pieces. If we do, we do it in our imagination. Not it reality.
reality is not in OUR imaginations …
doesn't seem fair.
God is working as always, if that is fishing - may be it is.
No, but men certainly use chocolate when fishing for women!
"Do you have an evidence that God does NOT exist?" was the question.
I said, I do NOT have evidence that God does NOT exist.
I have evidence to the contrary,
I have evidence that God, (Mighty Triple O, omnipresent, omnipotent and omnipresent) does exist.
I wish he would come over here and I would take him fishing then he could take me to his home! I'm ready and waiting!!
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