Do you believe in the biblical god?

Philippines
February 6, 2007 1:38am CST
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@rdurusan (624)
• Philippines
6 Feb 07
Can you be specific,what is biblical god.There are many gods according to the bible.If what you mean is the Father or the Father of Jesus,then i believe.If you would only search the bible,you will discover for yourself that this biblical god of Abhraham and Jesus is the one true God.Consider this facts,long before Jesus was born,it is written,and all that is written in the bible came through,it has come to pass.Think of this the early catholic priest excommunicate Galileo a great scientist of his time,because Galileo believe that the earth is round.The priests believe that the earth is flat,by now you know and everybody know that the earth is round and it is written in the bible long before Galileo scientifically discovered that the earth is round.Search for yourself and discover.
• Canada
4 Mar 08
I believe that there could be one omnimportant god out there somewhere as far as his/her religous orientation I don't know I try to take religion really practically I not only pray I try, I give thanks to god but also pat myself on the shoulder, when I am sick I pray and seek medical treatment. The problem is that too many people relly on miracles as proof and though miracles happen every day there is also usaully a real life reason for them not to say they are not divinly inspired. I think that instead of looking outward and hoping for God to give you everything you need you must get up and try and hope that he is there to even the odds a bit for you not take over the fight for you.
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• Philippines
26 Feb 07
I believe in the God in the Holy Bible who is the creator of heaven and earth and everything including man. I believe that the Holy Bible is the word of God which is complete and can never be changed.
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• United States
23 Feb 08
I've read the Bible a few times and I watched movies on TV like 10 Commandments at Christmas time and I've been to church enough that I volunteered to be Baptized also watch Answers with Bayless Connelly and enjoy it. I've witnessed circumstances fall into place one after another in order to make it possible for my sister and I to be with my mother as she layed dying it was like God let us be there with her to walk her home. (Figuratively speaking) Yes, I believe in God.
@bunmi2501 (467)
• Nigeria
21 Feb 08
I believe in the God of the Bible, He is the only true God, there is no other beside Him, the only wise God. Unto Him be glory and honor and praise forever. Amen.
• United States
21 Feb 08
I am glad you were specific with your question about a "biblical" god. I believe that there is a higher form of being. However, I have found many contradictions in the bible. I chalk this up to the fact that man wrote the bible not to mention the many books of the bible that were left out of publication, decided upon by a certain group of men, it was transcribed by people that did not understand how to translate sanskrit, and the fact that nothing of this world is perfect. This must mean the bible also. I believe that all religions worship a god, in my view it is all the same god. I do not believe in any way that I was born into the religion lotto because I was born in a christian country. If this were the case, I could have been born in China and according to the bible I would be out of luck as far as going to heaven. No, I believe that all religions point to the same god and worship is geographic. Many christians disagree with me, but just like I always say, everyone thinks their god is the one and only god.
@Megodz (14)
27 Jan 08
I personally don't believe in god or any god like figure. I believe that science can answer anything that is real. I have been to many different church's seeing everyones point of veiw. I just believe that god is just a reason for people to blame tradigies on or someone to talk to when no ones listening. I'm not saying "God" is bad or anything. He's is nessesary for people to have someone to talk to or blame when things go wrong.
@Kintak (5)
• United States
26 Feb 07
I believe that many who believe in a god or gods are ignorant, but scientifically speaking, it is impossible to make a conclusion, regardless of how unlikely the existence of a god is. I do however, consider the possibility of a god exactly as described by "The Bible" is nearly implausible and insulting to my intelligence. The large amounts of contradictory statements in The Bible make it unlikely to be true.
@LadyLeene (584)
• United States
24 Feb 07
I'm not sure whether I do or not. THere's a school of thought that says that when you avoid making a decision, it means that, until such a time might possibly come when you change your mind, you are temporarily deciding against. I've seen some intriguing arguments from each side of the Christian god issue; but I can say that if he is real, then I still don't want to worship him.
• Philippines
8 Feb 07
My god is my sense of wonder at the universe. And not the kind of God who makes excuses to shun humanity out of paradise, and then consider humanity as the never ending plague.
@sidoney (1033)
• Jamaica
6 Feb 07
yes I do do you