Bjorna wrote:So since I find it too hard to believe that two particles, that have no origin, crashed into each other, I chose to go with the God one. It makes more sense, I believe.
Dark Evil Emu wrote:The only thing that really makes the lack of God questionable for me is the human mind. It's not that we have the ability to reason so much. It's that we can do so many things with our minds. We have emotions, thoughts, memories, imagination. It's really hard for me to make the connection from mass and matter to all the stuff that our mind can do.
Dark Evil Emu wrote:Other things also discourage me from believing in God (I'm assuming a Christian God). The fact that the Bible says the world is only a few thousand years old gets to me. It's indisputable nowadays that the earth is way more than a few thousand years old.
Dark Evil Emu wrote:Another thing that always bothered me was the extreme lack of proof of a God existing.
Count Bleck wrote:To say it happened by 100% chance is like saying a tornado tore through a junkyard and formed a car!
Edjarosu wrote:Count Bleck wrote:To say it happened by 100% chance is like saying a tornado tore through a junkyard and formed a car!
The universe is a big place. To me, the claims of God's existence that are made by Christians every day seem a billion times less likely than life forming over millenia on this little rock where we live.
Edjarosu wrote:So having two infinitesimally tiny particles which have always existed is a less likely scenario than a big man in the sky who created you and everyone you see...
wikipedia wrote:God is generally regarded as the sole creator of the universe.
LordTyroxx wrote:Did it say it was any kind of living, breathing, creature floating in the universe?
Count Bleck wrote:2. But where did the matter originally come from for the Earth and all other planets to be made? Where? Gases, matter, it can't come from nothing.
I'm sure there's a reason why the posts were deleted. like for instance if you go off topic like I do now, or if you post to many back and forth posts. (cort doesn't like those posts)Count Bleck wrote:Second time my post has been blocked. Of course, the Christian's voice is always drowned out. Ed, you answer my question first. Then I'll answer yours. If your 'japes' can pass by moderation and my simple beliefs are deleted, there's something wrong here.
Buster B. Tuna wrote:To have so many different religions and so many different galaxy's where I would say other life exist who may even have their own religion,I really don't see it possible that god exist.I was always allowed to make my own decision about religion and didn't have it pushed on to me so guess I really don't believe any of them.If there is life after death I guess I will find out when I die.If god exist I will find out when I die,I can wait.I don't really feel the need to know now.
Nintend()\/\/|\|312 wrote:And another question which is fundamental to the previous two is: What is "God?" Is she/he/it made of regular matter we see in the universe, maybe a form of dark matter or not even matter at all? Is God like a force field of some sort, or maybe made of something so exotic that humans could never really observe it at all or maybe not even be able to comprehend what "God" is due to our own psycological limitations? Is "God" made out of Chuck Norris?
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