Is there a God?

@AndriaToh (1268)
Malaysia
June 6, 2007 12:41am CST
This is an important question that needs to be answered by every human being. "However, it is not possible to 'prove' God using the scientific method. In the same way that you can't 'prove' Napoleon existed by the scientific method. In order for something to be 'proved' by the scientific method, it must be repeatable. But, history is not repeatable. We can't repeat the beginning of the universe, bring Napoleon back or repeat the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. But, the fact that these events can't be 'proved' by repetition does not disprove their reality as events." - Paul Little We then need to "prove" God by the things that He did or are doing. What do you think?
2 responses
@rabanesd (284)
• United States
6 Jun 07
I say the proof is in you. How do you think you are receiving the air that you breathe everyday that you wake up. If you say that it is because of the trees then let me ask this, why is it that when people die they run out of breath when the rest of us is still breathing? If you are looking for proof of God's existence, then you will not find it until you believe that he is real. No one can force you to believe that God is real. If you don't believe then only God can prove to you that he is real. I hope that he does show you only through his glory that he is real and that he is the almighty. Only then you will stop asking this question. God Bless you.
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@AndriaToh (1268)
• Malaysia
6 Jun 07
Hi, Thanks for your concern. I do believe that there is a God. The question "Is there a God?" is used to start the discussion and to indicate that it is possible to "prove" that there is a God.
@demo3424 (599)
• India
6 Jun 07
i agree with you.just as we can see the wind but feel it,the same way we know the presence of god but can't see him.god created the heavens and the earth.he made man in the image of him.
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@AndriaToh (1268)
• Malaysia
6 Jun 07
Hi, Thanks for your response. Although we cannot see God, but we can see His handiwork around us and in us.