If you happen to see God now, what question will you ask first?
I would not really ask a question, but I will really show my gratitude for life by saying Thank you God for creating me to enjoy the best of life (the good and bad taken together)
Which question I would ask first implies that I would ask more than one question yet, I would not ask any question until I can observe God. Depending on my observations, I would perhaps formulate a question - or not.
It all depends - interesting question.
Why did you give "free will'? Followed by do you really need us?
@all, quite interesting answers.
For me i will ask him 'where he came from or did he just appear from nowhere to become God?'
Great question. If you follow me you know I do not believe in god for say. Although I could totally answer this question sense I am open minded I will assume I do believe in god. Say he walked up on the street glowing and was like "Hey, I'm God" I would have to ask multiple questions but my first question would be "When is the end coming?", "What day of the what year will 90% of the population be extinct."
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