i always hear people say that God is great, i wonder, where do we base God's greatness from? Is it because you believe that he created everything? If we base God's greatness through his results as a supreme being, being what the world is today, is he still great?
Well, assuming he exists, I don't think today's situation is evidence to renounce his greatness. God created everything!
Not a number can be put on the amount of people who have died for a so called god/s to me this is not greatness. Evolution is the creator of all there is more fact to that than the bible for sure.
You can base the greatness of God in numbers.
You think the greatest number ever.
Then Add one that number is God...
When you are tired of adding then you should truly understand God's greatness.
If he created everything?? we must prove that He existed first, then the question is ??? If he truly existed? is he ever knowing, Is he perfect? no beginning no ending?
What is he doing before the creation?
where does that leave the people, brainless?? No will to think because if he knew that it will happen to you, how does he allow it to happen?
Is he just there so that he can make fun of you? to experiment on us? to just watch us from a distance to suffer, come on we are responsible for our own life...
or he is just a figment of your mind....when nobody else can explain what is happening, it is just easy to answer, IT IS the will of god....
No logic and reason can justify the existence of GOD..
He is just created to have order in the world......you see religion is the opium of the massess...thats according to karl Marx anyway....
The figment came thousands of years before I was born.
How did I DO THAT?
I AM amazing!
by topgunjager 2 years ago
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