We are not only created in God's image but we are made of God.We are all one. God divided his/herself into smaller pieces so that the smaller pieces;Souls could see and witness the Glory of God. All paths lead to God because God is all there is. Even the wildest mountian stream will eventualy reach the ocean. It doesn't matter what you believe in because all thoughts and beliefs are within God. God is perfect in all ways and every way leads back to the creator of all God.
While I honor 'twistedc' position, it is not traditional for several different theologies. To answer your question, it becomes necessary to know your spiritual/religious background and if you are asking the question from that frame of reference or are asking from a philosophical stance.
Why do you care?
If you lived sinfully (as 75% of human population does according to Leviticus), what difference will it make if you start believing after your death? You get a lollipop and a heaven club-card?
Why do you think no-one returns from the dead to tell you "There is/isn't god up there and he blah-blah-blah"?
There is no after life.
There is no god.
There is no way to return.
There is no reason to return.
There is a damn-good reason you don't know if there is or isn't such deity and another damn-good reason that you are supposed to believe blindly or not at all.
Maybe by then it doesn't matter because you'll already be with Him
Yes indeed; God gave me a chance to believe after-death. I became clinically brain-dead after suffering from a massive bleed to the brain in 2003. By the Grace of God I survived (after 30 days in a comatose state) and actually benefited significantly from my experience. Thus, I am living proof that God indeed did this.
by Iamsam 4 years ago
Does God give anyone a chance to believe after death?
by aahmed1988 6 years ago
You see lets make it very clear on this particular question, If the God you believe is in the skies, heavens, or somewhere only HE can see us. Lets say this statement was true. Lets also say, when we Pray for something we want and he makes it true. DID YOU PRAY TO BE BORN? DID YOU CHOOSE TO BE IN...
by schoolgirlforreal 22 months ago
Can/Does God speak to us through signs and tell us things we ask of Him?
by Julianna 14 months ago
Why does God give children to those who abuse them? This has been a question that I have been trying to find an answer for. Discussing this through the years I honestly am looking for a true understanding of why? There are many in the world who would love to have children however they will never...
by haj3396 7 years ago
Yes He does, there is no question that God done have the answer for. Ask one?
by getitrite 5 years ago
As a person raised to believe in the message that has been preached for years about God and Jesus, and what they can do, and how merciful they are, I have never been able to understand why people continue to pray to God, when He doesn't prevent something He could have, clearly, prevented,...
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