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I have a question for the Atheist, if there is Scientific Proof that God created

  1. Blessitbe profile image61
    Blessitbeposted 7 years ago

    I have a question for the Atheist, if there is Scientific Proof that God created the whole universe.

    Would you believe in the almighty creator?

    I have proof that I would like you to see and then answer the question; I created a Hub page on the proof of our creator and then make up your own mind. Remember opened your mind & take off the blinder so you can see the TRUTH.

    “No quotes from the Bible just Proof” 



  2. swb78 profile image61
    swb78posted 7 years ago

    I would ask anyone who is skeptical to watch Ben stein`s  "Expelled". It is on Netflix watch instantly and it is also available on DVD. It takes an objective look at the scientific community and their refusal to even look at creationism.

    Ben is his usual hilarious self but with a serious note to the subject matter. Ben is a Jew and the scientists who he interviews are in many cases agnostic. Very interesting documentary.

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    Vari786posted 7 years ago

    This is possibly the most ridiculous "question" I've ever seen. Laughable, and I did laugh. I do believe in a god: me. I am a Satanist and I control my own subjective world. As for proving your god, you have done no such thing. I've watched that video before, I could not stop laughing.

    Unless an absentee father figure appears I'm still going with Stephen Hawking's latest book which states that if there is a god there is a number that you nor I can fathom to 1 that a being that controls every little goings on of our very large-and maybe infinite-universe actually exists.

    And if you're going to reply to this email it to me so I can actually respond instead of responding to your own question so you have the last word someone with no dignity.

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      God666posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Satan with a gun, Dog (lol, i mean god) with a prayer.
      Satanists know who wins that match.



  4. Cagsil profile image61
    Cagsilposted 7 years ago

    I watched your video. I also commented on your hub. Either way, the evidence as you claim, is subjective, because it does not encompass ALL science knowledge available. It only picks and chooses what supports the theory forward. Therefore, it's not truly using science objectively. There is no god.

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    Butch Newsposted 7 years ago

    The video does not prove the existence of God at all.  The video is deceptive, particularly trying to explain Darwinian ideas in simplistic ways.  The video puts words in Darwin's mouth that have nothing to do with Darwin's theory.  Stating facts about how things behave does not prove anything at all.  While we may not understand how some things come to be (we still can't cure a common cold) that is not proof of God.  "Irreducible complexity" is a fancy sounding word to bamboozle idiots.  It has no relevance at all to the debate about the origins of species.

    The section on DNA actually shoots itself in the foot. Talking about DNA being compared to monkeys typing Shakespeare is just plain idiocy.

    This video is designed to impress people who are not very well educated.  The smart people will see right through it.

  6. Right On Time profile image63
    Right On Timeposted 7 years ago

    Thanks for promoting your hub, I didn't click on it.                        .

  7. Michael Durden profile image78
    Michael Durdenposted 7 years ago

    I'm definitely not wasting an hour on that. Saying you created a hub proving that God exists and then it turns out to be very little text, with just dogmatic and judgmental language and a video you (likely) had nothing to do with producing is not very admirable.

    As for the person who recommended Ben Stein's "Expelled," that so called documentary uses editing to make the scientists look like they're saying things that they didn't actually say. Those scientists were also mislead into appearing. This sort of stuff is an old trick and is exploited to the nines in that "film." They also "expelled" the scientists who were actually featured in the movie from seeing it at various premiers.

    The film has a 3.8 out of 10 rating on IMDB for a reason (and a 10% rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes).

    For more info, go here:



  8. C.V.Rajan profile image80
    C.V.Rajanposted 7 years ago

    I don't really understand any overwhelming need to establish existence of God through the scientific route. Scientists experiment in the outer, physical world to arrive at their discoveries. Spiritual seekers experiment at their inner world to understand God and realize God.

    There is no real compulsion for any scientist to accept God nor there is any necessity for a believer of God to seek scientific support to realize or prove the existence of God.

    God can be realized but cannot be explained to the fullest satisfaction or conviction of anyone else. Those who realize God know that their experience corroborates with other realized souls and there they get the proof that their experience is true. It is in a way similar to one scientist following the methodology of experiment another scientist did and getting the same scientific truth confirmed.

  9. peterxdunn profile image59
    peterxdunnposted 7 years ago

    When the Old Testament was first written the Universe - as we know it today, didn't really exist - at least not in the minds of Biblical protagonists like Enoch, Moses etcetera and the MEN who actually wrote the Bible.

    These men believed that the immensity of the Cosmos was created: by God, just for us - the human race (whose sole purpose was to worship God) - and that the Earth stood at the center of the whole of creation. Everything revolved around us.

    Down the ages the Christian church persecuted - sometimes to death - anyone who challenged this world view

    Where in the Bible does it (the word of God) tell you that stars are organized into structures called galaxies and that these galaxies sometimes collide with one another? Where in the Bible is it prophesied that our own galaxy: the Milky Way, will one day smash into a galaxy called Andromeda?

    These days the size of the known Universe increases by leaps and bounds with every new instrument: such as the Hubble Space Telescope, that is used to measure it.

    Now ask yourself...

    Why do scientists have to inform us of all these new discoveries? Shouldn't it already be written down somewhere - maybe in the Bible?

    The Universe that was created by God has never existed - it is a fiction that has bedevilled mankind for millennia - the fact that some people cannot let this fiction go is only testimony to the power of religion as propaganda; their belief in such a Cosmos has no bearing on reality whatsoever.

  10. nightwork4 profile image59
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    i love when religious people use what they call proof. it only adds to the common knowledge that god is a myth. if you actually had proof as you call it, every religion in the world would be knocking at your door. good try but you failed completely. if god created the earth and all that's here then he really screwed up. why would something that supposably loves us create tornados, volcanos, earthquakes, hurricanes etc.