Do you believe in God?

@rifnee (1713)
Indonesia
January 26, 2011 7:46pm CST
Do you believe in God? Is your faith because of your Parents? Or the results of the search, thought, and analysis of all existing religions in the world?
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• Indonesia
27 Jan 11
I believe in God although I never saw, but I'm sure the Lord is there, I feel his love, sometimes I feel the most in love by God is just me, because every prayer, the Lord is always granted, I ask you? if do not believe in the presence of the Lord, who is who gives breath to you?
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
28 Jan 11
What if your feelings wrong? Why you do not search for further evidence that close to a presence of God?
@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
27 Jan 11
One's faith can not be forced. Faith is a view of life and our attitude towards SCIENCE. not because of our mindset that deliberately in sleigh and fro, just the same as we are enslaved idealism and Naturalism. Living with the views and attitude SCIENCE, namely the Quran by Sunnah apostles I believe.
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@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
28 Jan 11
Did you get the relationship between science and religion?
@_sketch_ (5709)
• United States
27 Jan 11
I do not believe in God and it is the result of my search, thought, and analysis. I draw from my experiences and also from what others have said, but I do not just accept something because it belongs to a certain religion or because I am socially expected to, but rather because it makes sense to me. I find no need for organized religion. spirituality is all I need.
• Greece
27 Jan 11
I couldn't agree more and it is great to see others sharing the same opinion with me. Religion is just a way for governments to control the mass because who will be foolish enough to go against the word of god?
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
6 Feb 11
Confusion often arises because human beings have a limited ability to understand about the divinity, as well as the limited understanding of the universe. Many people consider God as an individual self apart from nature, create and manage nature with a specific purpose, but is not this the same as shrink the Lord? Maybe God is much bigger and broader than that. About nature .. we do not even know what this nature, how to determine what kind of constructive and destructive? Often people feel to understand nature, but actually not at all because we can only see the nature of the side that we can see. Similarly, if we assume anyone doing damage to nature (nature in accordance with personal opinion), we do not know that these measures may be integrated processes of nature itself. It may even unconsciously, we feel does not damage while constantly doing vandalism. Example: we continue to set fires, changing the form of carbon from solid to gas that has been proven to cause global warming. But what we're going to stop using motorized vehicles, stoves, or electronic equipment whose energy comes from burning? Even the rice that we eat too, is the result of human industrial activity that much damage to the environment. Like any other people warn, we always have a 'noble reason' to continue 'destruction': for the sake of a better life, for the sake of the people we love, for the future, etc.. People make mistakes because of ignorance, and ignorance is not the fault / crime. All just a process towards perfection. So .. rather than looking for who destroy and innocent, it helps us make peace with our mind that this variety. Thus the radiated wisdom stored in our hearts around. Sincerely,
• Indonesia
28 Jan 11
Questions like these arise because of the understanding the word 'faith' is different for each person. For some people of faith = religion complete with its doctrines, but for other people of faith are more universal (perhaps in the form of communion with God, with God's definition of a variety also without attachment to a particular doctrine). Faith is like what you meant?