There are many reasons why people want proof that God exists, and the Bible is God's words and not mere men trying to play God. They have faith, but in other things. They can believe in things unseen and unexplained. That is evident in the new age... read more
Those who don't believe in God are probably also looking for God. But sometimes, it takes more than just a Bible and a believer to show the way. read more
Unbelievers don't need proof. It is YOU that is putting forth a proposition - "god" -- that needs to provide proof.
Can't prove a negative. Elementary logic, which "believers" sadly lack.
Here's one for you:
"There is a little green goblin sitting on my shoulder. Prove it isn't there."
by uszealot8 years ago
Does any sane person believe that humanity has learned all there is to learn about the universe? I sincerely doubt it. Yet when unbelievers dismiss as impossible those things which superficially appear incompatible with...
by ohmygoodnessrae7 years ago
It seems like people who do not believe in the Word of God are so adament about posting negative comments on the forum topics about God. They get so angry about it. Why the heck do they care???
by Thinkaboutit779 years ago
Attention ALL unbelievers, what does God have to do in order to convince you to trust Christ and be saved from the judgment to come?What will convince you to trust God's Son as your saviour? More evidence? Miracles?...
by Mahaveer Sanglikar8 months ago
Many believers like to say that Atheists should prove that there is no God. Believers should know that existence has to be proved, not the non-existence. If a thing exists, it is possible to prove its existence. So...
by Elayne7 years ago
Since you do not believe in a "God", how do you explain your inborn urge to create (write/poetry/art, etc.)?
by capncrunch2 years ago
Who are the enemies of Christians?
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