is there a god?

United Arab Emirates
December 16, 2008 10:06am CST
"Is there a God?" This question is answered by asking another, "how did we get here?" 20th century science has demonstrated, with certainty, that the universe is not eternal; the universe had a beginning. Actually, mankind has contemplated this issue for millennia, long before science proved a beginning. In all that time, man has conceived of only two possible solutions -- either Someone made the world, or the world made itself.
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• Canada
16 Dec 08
It's weird because I believe yet I don't. It's really complicated on why I'm on the fence about this particular question. However I am a firm believer that if you believe he's real then he is. If you don't then he's not. Everyone needs to hold fast to some sort of belief even believing in not believing (complicated I know) So for me for those who believe in him then yes god does exist for them.
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@coolseeds (3921)
• United States
16 Dec 08
There is an article in the new issue of "Scientific American" about an eternal universe. I would read it and provide the information that it gives. However it is in my truck that isn't at my house. So I'll report back to let you know what it says. No one can really answer if there is a god or not. If there is a god, then there are more than one. Many Christians disagree with me but if there is one there are many. Also if there is a god I feel that we are part of a science project, like mold on a piece of bread, that is now collecting dust under god's bed since god is older now and has other interests. That is why he doesn't talk to us like he did with Moses and many others.