• Yes!!

  • No.

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49% 48 votes
  • I have no way of proving this it is simply my belief.

    Posted by: Iacov
  • I would offer the "simple" protein as the proof that there is a God. You can take all the amino acids you want, and do whatever you want to them, but you will not make even one proper protein chain. The reason for this is that for a protein to function properly, it must be assembled in the correct order and then be folded in the correct manner. This can only be done in the mitochondrion which itself is partially composed of proteins. Therefore, the mitochondrion must have predated the folding of the first proteins, but the mitochondrion, having proteins in its makeup, could not have existed before it existed. That requires a "higher power" (God), to have created life (and everything else in existence), and precludes the evolutionary process.

  • It is simply people's belief if God exists

  • "The fool says in his heart, there is no god."

  • A popular belief that was developed during the Enlightenment era tried to explain the existence of God though reason. Everything has a creator: a watch, a microwave, even this comment. Therefore life and the universe also ought to have a creator.

  • I am an agnostic theist. I believe that there is a God but I'm not 100% sure about it.

  • As a Christian I Believe that there is a God Neither side Christian or Atheist can Prove each other wrong!

  • There is a God. You can call me crazy you can persecute me. do whatever. But its too late to tell me Christ inst real. God is real. #GODSNOTDEAD

  • "Thou hast had signs enough; will ye tempt your God? Will ye say, Show unto me a sign, when ye have the testimony of all these thy brethren, and also all the holy prophets? The scriptures are laid before thee, yea, and all things denote there is a God; yea, even the earth, and call things that are upon the face of it, yea, and its motion, yea, and also all the planets which move in their regular form do witness that there is a Supreme Creator."

    Posted by: AJR
  • I am a Christian. Look up the moral argument, fine-tuning argument and the kalam cosmological argument. William lane craig explains them well.

  • I see no evidence, therefore am disinclined to believe in or accept any god or gods

  • No there is no God. I have reasons as to why I think this.

  • I don't believe there is any sort of creature above us that controlles everything, but I can't prove it. The point is that a lot of religus people claim that God was the one who created the universe. However, Stephen Hawkings, has proven that although it's imposible to determin whether God exists or not, but sure he was not necessary for the universe's creation.

    Posted by: Eurus
  • GOD IS NOT REAL. If God was real then why (when I believed in him) did he not answer my prayers. God is BS and is not real. How were humans created? SCIENCE 🔬!!!!! Adam and Eve are not real! DID YOU HEAR ME.? NOT REAL. We evolved from monkeys (apes) not two random naked people in a garden! GOD IS NOT REAL!!!!!

  • There is no proof that there is a god, therefore there is no reason to believe it.

  • Please, define the word "god" then try to make him fit the parameters of your belief system. The word god contradicts its own meaning, there can be no omnipotent all powerful being that also has wants and need related to the human race. Your all fools, quit wasting your time and learn logic.

  • Sorry i dont believe a book that has been edited by many kings over the course of hundreds upon hundreds of years.

  • Because the Bible just doesn't add up.

  • No. I don't believe that there is some person in the sky watching us.

  • Nah

  • Because the burden of proof requires people to believe in one to actually prove it's existence. Also because faith is nonsense, believing in something without evidence is something to be ashamed of.

  • the most recent argument posed by the opposition is that we cannot disprove that there isn't a god. By that same logic we can't prove that their aren't invisible dinosaurs in the room, or that the flying spaghetti monster doesn't exist.

  • The proof, as much as the general public would like to think it does, is non-existent.

    Posted by: LYC
  • I have yet to see a sign other than a man-made one.

  • Which God are you talking about? How can you be certain that your god is the right one? I'm seeing a lot of arguments that go along the lines of "well, look at this object in nature and look at how perfectly assembled it is and how well it works and" blah blah blah. That still doesn't address my initial statements. How do you know that your god is the right god???

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NixonHere says2017-01-12T02:41:46.7665145Z
Flame war flame war flame war
captainsparrow says2017-01-12T05:18:24.5433133Z
That's the billion-dollar question.
Iacov says2017-01-12T13:24:20.5377133Z
A question that with our current tools we can't possibly prove the answer.
PsychocisTheory says2017-01-14T21:34:55.6491505Z
JonHouser, have you ever researched the Endosymbiotic Theory of Evolution of Eukaryotic Cells?
JonHouser says2017-01-16T19:34:27.3220525Z
A very quick and basic review of this theory shows me that it presumes the existence of cells, which would require the existence of properly folded proteins. For one type of cell to incorporate another cell into itself, requires both of those cells to already exist. Both of those cells would be made of proteins, which would require proteins to already exist. The only option available to us is that someone (I will call Him God) created the protein, and all the diverse organisms on Earth who's bodies are all made of proteins. Without an outside, greater, and infinitely more intelligent power to design everything that exists, even the "natural laws" and "laws of physics" tell us that life could not exist. The Law of Biogenesis says that life cannot come from non-life. The Law of Disorder says that nature never tends toward order and organization. Everything tends to break down and deteriorate, not build up and orient toward order. If there were an exception to these laws once, we could expect to see a repeat of that exception in other places in history. But even evolutionists say that this exception only occurred once. That defies logic in addition to defying the laws previously stated.
Cougarstar says2017-01-23T15:07:39.7668950Z
Cogitatio-et-veritatis says2017-01-27T18:55:51.6448216Z
People like Cougarstar get on my nerve. If you are going to try to bring up an argument this important and relevant this day in age then come with sources and evidence and not saying the same thing over and over. You sound like a broken record player rather than a intellectual person.
JonHouser says2017-01-27T20:41:20.9548216Z
If the "Big Bang" created what world, what created the Big Bang? And how did that energy, which according to the 2nd law of thermodynamics never tends toward order on its own, spontaneously form into an ordered, reasoned, regulated universe with laws and systems on its own?
VulpeLegatus says2017-01-27T22:17:42.0534997Z
-The Big Bang was caused by God. What else? -God won't answer your prayers YET, read the Bible! It mentions multiple times that God just won't let you have everything you demand, at that moment. -How did random molecules an particles cross the threshold of 'scattered in a pool of water' to 'advanced mechanisms that can reproduce, consume and metabolise'? Was it just, SCIENCE!!?!!?
Matthew8 says2017-02-09T22:21:38.1821628Z
I do not believe in a god or supernatural being: However if the evidence arose for it's existence, and the conclusion was reached that god is real, I would have no problem switching my belief for it would be the single greatest scientific discovery of all time.
Fasce_Indians says2017-02-14T01:43:24.2420894Z
Really, you think we are monkeys?
brinzahar says2017-02-24T13:49:29.1648950Z
@NixonHere that comment is as true as those who are arguing "NO".
austinhernandez says2017-04-29T06:31:30.1553404Z
God was invented by man to explain the natural phenomena. Period. It always comes down to "What happened?" "I don't know." "You don't know? That means God did it!" and thus gods were invented. Just read some comments above. One says that a higher power was required to start life. You wanna know what I have to say to that? Prove it! Never been done, never will.
ModestMariner says2017-12-09T16:27:17.5282323Z
JonHouser. Mechanical Engineer here, who studied Thermodynamics and has a fundamental understanding of it. Your statement about life on earth violating the 2nd law of thermodynamics is invalid. The 2nd law of thermodynamics states that entropy in an ISOLATED system will increase over time. While this is demonstrably true, the earth is not an isolated system, simply put. An example is the fact that the earth is constantly getting bombarded with energy from the sun, several of billions of watts of energy at any given time. Also, how can we even be certain that the universe itself is an isolated system? Where's the evidence of that? Also, a very quick and basic review of anything has shown me that, in your case, results in a very limited and misunderstood concept of the topic, as you have already displayed.
AJR says2018-03-22T02:33:11.8944206Z
In our country we have religious freedom. There is no need to try and convince others that you are right and they are wrong. It is my belief that God exists, and for others He does not. That's okay. But I don't see why we need to scream at each other instead of leave it at an opinion. Stop attacking each other in comments and state your thoughts in a more respectful way, please. Thanks!

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