Would it ever be proven?

January 14, 2009 8:30am CST
The whole existence of god, can it really be justified. People following any particular religion post it under the banner of FAITH, they have faith that god exists. Is that really enough for us to blindly accept the existence of a super being that has created everything? Most people go with the theory of cause and effect that everything which is put into effect has a cause. Well in reality that kinda disproves every religion's belief doesn't it? If there has to be a cause for everything, what is the real cause then, which put into effect everything?, and just following with the theory here, what caused that cause?
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@Frederick42 (2019)
• Canada
14 Jan 09
True, God's existence can never be proved. It is just that people feel there is aGod. But none can be sure about God. The best is the agnostic approach towards God. Atheists also cannot prove his non-existence. Both theists as well as atheists do nothing but argue regarding the existence of God, but arguments are not proof. Anybody can argue till the throat goes dry, but none can prove anything through argument.