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Does "God" really exist: Is the existence of a God necessary?

  • Big Question, Easy Answer

    Yes, God does exist. All you have to do is look at the world around you. Forget about what people do because people are stupid and will always do stupid things. Just look at nature and ask yourself if all this could have really come about simply by accident. No way. Evolution says that everything started from nothing. How can you start with nothing and end up with something as complex as the Earth's ecosystem. It's not possible. No, it takes more faith to believe that than to believe that God created it all. The existence of God is not necessary but God just is.

  • God doesn't exist.

    The "existence of God" is completely absurd to even be a problem, it may seem. However, let us refute the "yes" side. The "yes" side uses a classical sophist argument; look at everything, ain't it beautiful? Well, heck yes, its beautiful, but our concepts of beauty can only derive out of the universe. The concept of order would also seem logically so; apart from this, argumentum ad ignoratum has been committed by the "yes" side. Because x is unlikely, henceforth y must be true. Simply fallacious.

    Lets go on to God's non existence; if God were to exist, then he would be a monist structure, whilst the world would have to be a dualist structure. However, this is in itself self-refuting; there is no supernatural world beyond this one, empirically. Since the world is a dualist structure, then the world cannot be understood as a substance, but should be so as a mode; however, the world and universe is understood as substance, which seems to disprove the concept of God.

    Apart from this, if God were all good, then why does evil exist? Evil's existence is a huge factor which has led one to come to conclude that God doesn't exist.

  • God doesn't exist.

    The "existence of God" is completely absurd to even be a problem, it may seem. However, let us refute the "yes" side. The "yes" side uses a classical sophist argument; look at everything, ain't it beautiful? Well, heck yes, its beautiful, but our concepts of beauty can only derive out of the universe. The concept of order would also seem logically so; apart from this, argumentum ad ignoratum has been committed by the "yes" side. Because x is unlikely, henceforth y must be true. Simply fallacious.

    Lets go on to God's non existence; if God were to exist, then he would be a monist structure, whilst the world would have to be a dualist structure. However, this is in itself self-refuting; there is no supernatural world beyond this one, empirically. Since the world is a dualist structure, then the world cannot be understood as a substance, but should be so as a mode; however, the world and universe is understood as substance, which seems to disprove the concept of God.

    Apart from this, if God were all good, then why does evil exist? Evil's existence is a huge factor which has led one to come to conclude that God doesn't exist.

  • This is false

    Human beings need someone to rely on because we are so weak. There is no god, only what we imagine to be a god. Look at the Egyptian, Greeks, and the Romans. They all had "gods". Yet we laugh saying that they were wrong and this time we are right. There is no "God"

  • I do not believe so

    The idea that an omniscient, omnipotent being that created this universe, and has existed for eternity is one thing. To say that this being cares about every last detail of our lives is not only ludicrous, but also conducive to a narcissistic/egotistical viewpoint of the world. The arrogance needed to believe these things, even after fully realizing the implications, continues to astound me.


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