Yes. But there are those that would say otherwise.
I am one of them.
I was trying to be humorous about it, since so many here don't believe.
Kind of. I wanted to see if people could answer the question honestly, without the use of the brain. I had to ask that question to my self, before I decided to ask it of others. I know what God is and it isn't in a book.
You need to talk to young kids who haven't been contaminated by authoritarians or by life in general, as you'll come more finding those pristine answers you're perhaps looking for. Other than that, you find a lot of unstable redirects in thoughts or unclear proclamations, if that makes any sense to ya... I liked your trick question, by the way; notice I didn't answer for myself, now did I? LOL!
No book was sent from the skies written in black and white and in bounded form on shoulders of angels on a person by the Creator God; he is known from the Word of Revelation more easily than from the physcial universe; he is within us and also on the outside.
Who truly knows there is or is no God?
I believe in the Creator God very naturally; simple, satisfying and beautiful.
Then you should say that you "know" as opposed to saying "believe;" simple, satisfying and beautiful, as you say...
Here's the kicker. How do you know it's not in you already? How is it that God is an outside thing? If you realy want to know, quiet your brain for a while and the answers may be clear.
On an original Star Trek episode Captain Kurt once implied during the end of a show, that maybe God is not out there in the universe for us to find, as he/she/it may be inside us all. Basically, looking inside out may be the best bet, if you're really in that "seek and find" type of mode for such things. Man, things can sure get complicated; ha-ha!
I don't have to be quiet necessarily; the Creator God is as in us as in the outer world; who controls our interna systems without our feeling even.
by little johnny 7 years ago
Give 3 good reasons why you DO believe in God or you DO NOT believe in God.
by nightwork4 6 years ago
If god is all-knowing, why do you pray?according to religious people, their god knows all, what they think, what they are going to do etc. so why do people pray to it if it already knows what they are thinking?
by Baileybear 8 years ago
Doubt I'm going to get honest answers from believers, but......a christian wrote on my ex-christian hub:“I believe this life is the only one I've got,” but just what if you are wrong? What if there is something after this? Wouldn’t it be better to believe and it turns out not to be true, than...
by Csaba Bebesai 6 years ago
We often get *intuitions* which we can not establish with evidence. If someone tells a lie, we may detect that, but we can not instantly show evidence. Is this the case for God. Is it possible that some people know and feel God, but can't demonstrate to others?
by Claire Evans 23 months ago
This topic is old, I know, but I'd like to ask it anyway. Many Christians will ask an atheist, "Why are you here if you don't believe God (should it be a Christian thread)?" Some will answer, "Because I'm trying to help you see the errors of your ways. Is this...
by JThomp42 5 years ago
The plan of salvation is not complicated at all. Why do so many make it this way when it is so simple. Accept Jesus into your heart, truly believe he died on the cross for your sins, and confess your sins with your mouth. Then strive to live a life that is pleasing to God. Notice I said...
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