Do you think that there is an absolute certainty that there is a god?

Posted by: JediDude6205

Why do you thinks so?

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snkcake666 says2016-03-07T22:31:30.3020998Z
Depends on how one defines a god.
ladiesman says2016-03-07T23:27:37.1878018Z
"Faith without doubt is not faith at all"? What does that mean?
Texas14 says2016-03-08T04:46:45.7127650Z
@NewLifeChristian, "If people actually took time to observe the complexity of life and the intelligent design of the human body, then they would realize that there is a god." If the universe is so complex, then where did God come from? Because by your own logic, the God that created such a complex universe would have to be way more complex than the universe itself. So who created God? Where did he come from?
Texas14 says2016-03-08T04:47:25.4618198Z
@NewLifeChristian, "If people actually took time to observe the complexity of life and the intelligent design of the human body, then they would realize that there is a god." If the universe is so complex, then where did God come from? Because by your own logic, the God that created such a complex universe would have to be way more complex than the universe itself. So who created God? Where did he come from?
Texas14 says2016-03-08T04:52:47.9782872Z
I dont know why it posted twice
NewLifeChristian says2016-03-08T20:58:52.2170311Z
@Texas14 God didn't come from anything, He is the concept of infinity. God has been around forever.
missmedic says2016-03-11T14:14:32.8040727Z
To understand why "God does not exist" can be a legitimate scientific statement, it's important to understand what the statement means in the context of science. When a scientist says "God does not exist," they mean something similar to when they say "aether does not exist," "psychic powers do not exist," or "life does not exist on the moon." All such statements are casual short-hand for a more elaborate and technical statement: "this alleged entity has no place in any scientific equations, plays no role in any scientific explanations, cannot be used to predict any events, does not describe any thing or force that has yet been detected, and there are no models of the universe in which its presence is either required, productive, or useful."
Texas14 says2016-03-18T00:06:09.4366383Z
@NewLifeChristian, but we know the universe is roughly 13.4 billion years old. So how can God be infinite?
NewLifeChristian says2016-03-18T14:34:04.9775557Z
@Texas14 Exactly. The universe had a beginning but not God. God is infinite . . . Not the universe.
Texas14 says2016-03-18T14:54:07.0384169Z
@NewLifeChristian, but if God exists, he exists within the universe. So how can he be older than the universe?
NewLifeChristian says2016-03-18T23:57:53.7107454Z
@Texas14 Because God is infinite, whereas, the universe is not. God created the universe, He was around before it was created by Him.

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