How can you prove basing a valid argument and founded facts on how God exist...

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  1. profile image50
    lowell Q.posted 9 years ago

    How can you prove basing a valid argument and founded facts on how God exist... aside from the...

    experiences you have?

  2. Mikel G Roberts profile image75
    Mikel G Robertsposted 9 years ago

    1000 years ago scientists could not prove that 'Love' existed. Today they can measure the effects of 'Love' and chart the changes in the human brain chemistry. Does that mean that 'Love' only became real, that 'Love' only started existing after there was some kind of scientific proof? No, even though scientists can't yet prove the existence of God doesn't mean God doesn't exist...

    No proof does not prove the NON-existence of anything, including God. (an abscence of proof is not proof)... so without scientific proof we have to rely on other types of proof, feelings of Love 1000 years ago we can't prove, but I for one believe that Love existed even before the proof did, and so too do I believe that God exists even without scientific empirical proof.

  3. Theophany profile image60
    Theophanyposted 9 years ago

    You can't prove that He exists, but neither can you prove that He doesn't exist.

    But you can look at what DOES exist and ask yourself if it's more reasonable to be a theist or an atheist. That's the first step. Once you become a theist, you'll have to look at all the holy texts and see which one matches up with reality as we understand it through the study of moral law and natural law.

    I think it's more reasonable to be a theist given the absurdity in thinking something came from nothing. A first cause is necessary. An unmoved mover is necessary. A pure, absolute Being is necessary for all dependent beings. An eternal Being with infinite power and knowledge is necessary for the fine-tuning of every Law and weight of subatomic particles. The very existence of stars and galaxies depends on those numbers. If the weight of an electron was off by 1 astronomically small increment, life would not be possible. I can go on and on.

  4. nochance profile image92
    nochanceposted 9 years ago

    You cannot prove that God exists. That is the point of faith. If you know something it becomes unimportant. If you simply have to trust it, to have faith in it that belief can become stronger.

    I will never try to prove to anybody that God is real, I don't have to. I know in my heart that he is real and that is enough for me.

    If we were able to prove God was real everybody on the planet would believe in him and God likes to give us choices. He doesn't want to force us into anything.


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