posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 07:17 AM
reply to post by resonance
a poster claimed there is no evidence for God..this is entirely untrue.
There is no explicit evidence for the Christian God anymore than there is evidence for Zeus, Osiris or Odin. Christians can equally be called
Atheistic because they doubt the existence and validity of other Gods worshiped and claimed to exist through personal revelation of their
A true atheist just takes this one step further by denouncing the existence and validity of all Gods.
The Christian God holds tremendous weight..History validates a lot of the bible..study it.
There are also many mythologies discussing the actions of other Gods on real tangible proven physical towns and peoples, since we know these places
and peoples existed, does this equally validate the existence of those peoples Gods?
When you read a fiction book, you don't automatically assume it's talking about a non-fiction occurrence even though elements of the story may
include real past events, people, places. Since you fail to do this, there is no logical reason for you to contradictorily assume the fictional
content of a mythological religion should be more truer than any other fictional text.
physics and biology show how our life and universe is much too finely tuned for chance.
The universe is even more fine tuned for the existence of black holes, we may just be a by product.
the degree of chance involved is just astounding.
Claiming chance has a role would imply explicit knowledge of all variables existent prior to the universe and since no man has ever obtained such
knowledge, the chance argument is moot and invalid.
for anyone who does serious study in to all fields of science and history with an open mind will come to this conclusion.
I disagree with the statement. If anyone was serious and honest with themselves, they would see that throughout history, man's ideas of where the
universe has come from has constantly changed in form and complexity, that man has an innate drive to attempt to comprehend the incomprehensible. An
honest person would concede that we may never have an answer.