Atheists, what would constitute as reliable evidence that God exists?
Just look around at the beauty he created. The world and the living on it had to have been created. If it was the bi bang "Theory" the earth would be a pile of rubble.
ChristinS- I agree that the spiritual and scientific gap can be bridged and the more we discover the more it is. It is noteworthy that not all believers are against science we just think science compliments our belief. I also agree that the entity should make himself known to the masses. Now someone like myself (who is a believer) would say that God did reveal Himself to the people in the form of Jesus. But the people, not everyone rejected Him. Now looking at all of the archeological evidence outside of the bible that support not only the existence of Jesus, but who He was to the people as well as all of the manuscripts found that match the content of the bible we have today is that not enough evidence to go off of?
point to any valid scientific evidence that Jesus was the direct descendent of a diety and not Joseph. Also, provide direct evidence of scientific proof of biblical studies. Many stories from the bible are myths that were shared among other culture
funny my original answer isn't posted anymore? wow - so much for discussion and open minds lol you post your answer and then delete my original one I'm done with this conversation. Typically the premise of asking a question is to get answers is it not?
Impossible. You can not ask someone who believes in observable evidence to believe in the unobservable. Even if there is archaeological evidence that Jesus lived, that isn't proof he is the son of God or that God exists. It simply means some dude named Jesus once lived. If a cosmically powerful being appeared on Earth and could snap their fingers and make amazing things happen, you might call them God, I would just call them a cosmically powerful being. Nothing more, nothing less.
I would be reluctant personally as science has been wrong about things. No one has experienced nor can we measure infinity yet the term exists to describe something that surpasses the finite. Why create the term unless something could fit the mold?
And no one ever WILL experience infinity. It is always the thing beyond our grasp, no matter how far we reach. If someone did grab it, it would no longer be infinity. If you can hold it in your hand, it isn't God.
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