is there a GOD?

Israel
November 8, 2006 3:13pm CST
because someone closed the first discussion i started about it, there i go yet again... i think it's just a lie? do you? have any prooves?
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@SnIcKasS (1378)
• Israel
14 Nov 06
Nope, sorry. I don't believe God exists.. for the simple reason. "just because I don't" :)
• Israel
14 Nov 06
hahaha.... i like that... like, come on people, are you really that blind?... tnx. rated.
@neofelis (146)
• United States
13 Nov 06
Ever studied biochemistry? Ever really examined how complex life comes about (or even simple life for that matter?) Every science class I take reinforces my belief in God, because these things are so incredibly complex that one little slip up of a molecule can prevent life from happening. It's such an amazing phenomenon that atheistic scientists have had to come up with a "will to life" idea to cover their butts. God is not a simple explanation for a complex question in the list. God is the only explanation complex enough to answer the question of life.
• Israel
14 Nov 06
umm... ok.
• United States
12 Nov 06
"If you can read this sentence, I can prove to you that God exists" See this email I just sent you, that you're reading right now? This email is proof of the existence of God. Yeah, I know, that sounds crazy. But I'm not asking you to believe anything just yet, until you see the evidence for yourself. All I ask is that you refrain from disbelieving while I show you my proof. It only takes a minute to convey, but it speaks to one of the most important questions of all time. So how is this email proof of the existence of God?: This email you're reading contains letters, words and sentences. It contains a message that means something. As long as you can read English, you can understand what I'm saying. You can do all kinds of things with this email. You can read it on your computer screen. You can print it out on your printer. You can read it out loud to a friend who's in the same room as you are. You can call your friend and read it to her over the telephone. You can save it as a Microsoft WORD document. You can forward it to someone via email, or you can post it on a website. Regardless of how you copy it or where you send it, the information remains the same. My email contains a message. It contains information in the form of language. The message is independent of the medium it is sent in. Messages are not matter, even though they can be carried by matter (like printing this email on a piece of paper). Messages are not energy even though they can be carried by energy (like the sound of my voice.) Messages are immaterial. Information is itself a very unique kind of entity. It can be stored and transmitted and copied in many forms, but the meaning still stays the same. Messages can be in English, French or Chinese. Or Morse Code. Or mating calls of birds. Or the Internet. Or radio or television. Or computer programs or architect blueprints or stone carvings. Every cell in your body contains a message encoded in DNA, representing a complete plan for you. OK, so what does this have to do with God? It's very simple. Messages, languages, and coded information ONLY come from a mind. A mind that agrees on an alphabet and a meaning of words and sentences. A mind that expresses both desire and intent. Whether I use the simplest possible explanation, such as the one I'm giving you here, or if we analyze language with advanced mathematics and engineering communication theory, I can say this with total confidence: "Messages, languages and coded information never, ever come from anything else besides a mind. No one has ever produced a single example of a message that did not come from a mind." Nature can create fascinating patterns - snowflakes, sand dunes, crystals, stalagmites and stalagtites. Tornados and turbulence and cloud formations. But non-living things cannot create language. They *cannot* create codes. Rocks cannot think and they cannot talk. And they cannot create information. It is believed by some that life on planet earth arose naturally from the "primordial soup," the early ocean which produced enzymes and eventually RNA, DNA, and primitive cells. But there is still a problem with this theory: It fails to answer the question, 'Where did the information come from?' DNA is not merely a molecule. Nor is it simply a "pattern." Yes, it contains chemicals and proteins, but those chemicals are arranged to form an intricate language, in the exact same way that English and Chinese and HTML are languages. DNA has a four-letter alphabet, and structures very similar to words, sentences and paragraphs. With very precise instructions. To the person who says that life arose naturally, you need only ask: "Where did the information come from? Show me just ONE example of a language that didn't come from a mind." As simple as this question is, I've personally presented it to many hundreds of people who say that life arose without the assistance of God. But to a person, none of them have ever been able to explain where the information came from. This riddle is "So simple any child can understand, yet so complex, no atheist can solve." Perry Marshall http://www.cosmicfingerprints.com/audio/newevidence.htm
• Israel
12 Nov 06
oh my... OO sorry, but don't bother... the way you say that there is a god, i say there isn't...
@242238 (501)
• China
12 Nov 06
God exists with no proves
• Israel
12 Nov 06
so, there is no proof? smooth... :roll:
@compumom (738)
• United States
11 Nov 06
There is a God. I see the proof everytime I look out of my window and see nature's beauty. That is not by accident. That is by design.
• Israel
12 Nov 06
no, that is the big bang
@oresal (1351)
• El Salvador
11 Nov 06
definetely, there most be a God, well at least theres one for me, im a catholic by the way, so i do believe in God, i dont have any proofs, it might be a lie. But, does it kill u or does it hurt if u say u believe, if theres something wrong in believing. God might be a vague explanation and maybe the "easy answer" on how life began, anyway, who created god. I dont really care i just believe and thats it
• Israel
11 Nov 06
geez...
11 Nov 06
proof works both ways to say there isnt one you have to prove there isnt one
• Israel
11 Nov 06
uumm... ok.
@bishu_sinha (1459)
• India
11 Nov 06
Yes
• Israel
13 Nov 06
^^
• Philippines
11 Nov 06
i also believe that there is a God.. because the life that i am living right now..this life is more than enough for me to believe that my God loves me..
• Israel
11 Nov 06
um.. ok?... i think there is no god.
@annieroos (1846)
• United States
11 Nov 06
I believe there is a God, Because i feel love, in my heart.. and I see all the beautiful things in this world that God created.. I don't think they just popped up out of the Ground.. I believe in all the miracles that happen.. Its because God makes them happen.. God is the reason we are all here.. and he loves us all.. whether you u believe or not.. God bless. +
• Israel
11 Nov 06
well, as long as believing in it mkes you feel good...
• India
7 Jan 07
if u start to trust u will feel what is god its a spiritual thing we cant find the god out we can feel it in our heart
@manzician (4739)
• India
14 Nov 06
Yes....
@alien_0731 (1239)
• India
14 Nov 06
GOD is a very big word that you said,its in your heart and in my heart every one have have this holy sprit int he body.
• India
14 Nov 06
yes there is God
• India
12 Nov 06
yes everywhere
@Krisss (1231)
• Australia
11 Nov 06
I cannot imagine life without having a firm knowledge that God exists and knows every aspect of your life personally. I cannot look at my child, an animal, a sunset, a mountain, and not KNOW this is Gods handiwork, not just a freak of nature got lucky.
• United States
11 Nov 06
Too many things have happened in my life that I know was the work of God. I could never not believe in him. I know he is there! It's all about faith. Just because you haven't physically seen him doesn't mean he isn't there. Do you have proof that he doesn't exist?
@azir28 (135)
• Philippines
11 Nov 06
yup. i know thet there is God. that God exist in this world and into our lives. i might not see him. but i can feel his existence