I believe that God exists because of the complexity of the universe. For instance, The earth is in the exact orbit it needs to be to sustain life. This orbit is the result of gravitational pulls affected by the sun and other planets. In fact, If the earth were closer or farther from the sun we would not exist. Another example is the human eye. Even Charles Darwin admitted that the complexity of this organism can give proof of an intelligent designer. It is hard to believe that the millions of complex natural forces, Systems and machines are here because of a series of random processes.
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What created the condensed matter which expanded multiple times in the Big Bang? Once the planets were formed, How was Earth the right distance from the Sun? Finally, How did the right concentrations of Oxygen and Nitrogen combine to form our atmosphere? Answer: It's too random to happen by chance. God created everything from the tiniest atom to the largest galaxy.
From whatever your point of view is, Be it a scientific one or spiritual one, That which gave the instruction for things to be or be there is God. I find alien life theorists and the bible to be referencing the same thing in their findings and beliefs of who God is. God is a superior being. No one know God's form because if he wanted people to know they would, That people don't know is because a force superior just don't want you to know. That you have limitations and don't know is not by chance, Someone made it that way and that's God.
Aliens havent been proven so. . .
TAKEN from taking back astronomy for the Lord
The idea of extraterrestrial life stems largely from a belief in evolutionism. Recall that in the evolution view, The earth is “just another planet”—one where the conditions just happened to be right for life to form and evolve. If there are countless billions of other planets in our galaxy, Then surely at least a handful of these worlds have also had the right conditions. Extraterrestrial life is almost inevitable in an evolutionary worldview.
FROM A BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE, EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE DOES NOT SEEM REASONABLE.
However, The notion of alien life does not square well with Scripture. As previously discussed, The earth is unique. It is the earth that was designed for life (Isaiah 45:18), Not the heavens. The other planets have an entirely different purpose than does the earth, And thus they are designed differently. In Genesis 1, We read that God created plants on the earth on day 3, Birds to fly in the atmosphere and marine life to swim in the ocean on day 5, And animals to inhabit the land on day 6. Human beings are also made on day 6 and are given dominion over the animals, But where does the Bible discuss the creation of life on the “lights in the expanse of the heavens? ” There is no such description, Because the lights in the expanse were not designed to accommodate life. God gave care of the earth to man, But the heavens are the Lord’s (Psalms 115:16). From a biblical perspective, Extraterrestrial life does not seem reasonable.
Imaginative artwork depicting alien life-forms.
Imaginative artwork depicting alien life-forms.
Problems are multiplied when we consider the possibility of intelligent alien life. Science fiction programming abounds with “races” of people who evolved on other worlds. We see examples of “Vulcans” and “Klingons”—pseudo-humans similar to us in most respects but different in others.
As a plot device, These races allow the exploration of the human condition from the perspective of an outsider. Although very entertaining, Such alien races are theologically problematic. Intelligent alien beings cannot be redeemed! God’s plan of redemption is for human beings: those descended from Adam. Let us examine the conflict between the salvation message, And the notion of alien life.
You didn’t come from a blob, You were wonderfully and fearlessly created in your mother’s womb by an intelligent loving and jealous G0D, He designed that Every cell of you has all of your personal information, To create, Replenish and repair you. . . . G-D made other animals in their kind not in their species, We create species through breeding. G-D made a perfect world for us that sin has distroyed and brought us pain and death. Through his sacrifice of himself -Jesus he has paid for us and created a way to come home to his perfect Heavenly Kingdom when he choses is to join him for eternity a place with no time.
If there are people who believe in negatives evils and spirits then they will not deny my fact. But what for atheists? What makes their hearts pound like others
Being a science student I can argue it is their muscles. . . Ultimately everything is in the hands of a super power invisible to us. . What if God showed up to us. Then no one would believe him to be God. He is and he will be here there and everywher
To the best of my knowledge, And based on everything that I've seen and heard, There is no evidence for any God or gods. I suppose this does not mean that it doesn't exist, But I have no reason to believe that it does, Because none has been presented. However, My mind is open, And willing to hear anything that anyone thinks may be evidence. If I accept it, I will admit it, If I don't, I will explain why.
One argument that people keep using is the fact that life exists. You point out that Earth is the exact right distance from the sun to support life, And you say that this is because of a act of god. This is not valid logic. Think about how many planets there are in the galaxy. Of all of these planets, Only ours is known to have life. Thus, Any life that exists must observe conditions that make life possible, Because if these conditions did not exist, Then there would be no life to observe the conditions. This principle is called the Weak Anthropic principle, And it is very well known.
Of course the statement itself is debatable on whether god actually would or not create a universe just for fun.
But so far, After observing historic events and the world, I can confidently tell you that there is a higher chance of no God existing than there is a God that actually exist.
There are simply too many mistake us human kind have made for a Kind and caring god (Jesus) to exist. I mean all those disease and suffering sometimes committed by our self (massacre), Could God really want that to happen?
If he created a universe for human, Why not also fix it for human? Why not just make mankind Pacifist and Intelligent!
All supposed "evidence" brought forth by the religious falls in one of the following category's without exception.
*Deliberately misrepresents information to suit their specific belief.
*Uses vague terminology to allow for goalpost shifting.
*Negative arguments and relating which are not testable/falsifiable.
*Commits number of logical fallacy's and plain leaps in logic.
*Unsupported assertions and ridiculous conclusion.
People don't seem to understand what evidence is, The bible is not evidence, A personal experience is not evidence, In order for something to be evidence, It needs to be potentially falsifiable so it can be in accordant with new evidence, All the people over on pro are just making unsupported assertions and cringingly specific conclusions off logical fallacy's