Is God an illusion?

Posted by: Kc1999

Is God an illusion, created by years of human experience, or is He a real object

  • Yes, God is an Illusion created by man

  • No, God exists

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reece says2014-07-14T06:46:36.5203684-05:00
I wouldn't even go as far as to say hes an illussion.
Kc1999 says2014-07-14T06:49:00.8408302-05:00
I would. Researchers suggest that humans have HADDs, a part of the brain that makes a human originally refer to something unexplainable as supernatural. Phenomena called Agent Detection.
reece says2014-07-14T07:13:01.3527446-05:00
Okay i wouldn't consider god supernatural i should say then...
irreverent_god says2014-07-14T08:31:52.5195070-05:00
No gawd, no angels, no devil. It doesn't even qualify as an illusion. With illusions, at least, it appears that something is there. All of the "holy" texts are simply too inane/stupid/senseless/contradictory to be believed. They are for the weak-spirited; the weak minded.
Kc1999 says2014-07-14T08:36:24.3222503-05:00
Irreverent_god is so Nietzsche
Molt says2014-07-14T09:19:00.4285043-05:00
I personally don't believe God is real but I do like the idea of something to go to after death
reece says2014-07-14T10:59:38.2678427-05:00
Molt: Why? It isn't like you'd be thinking at all anyway..
Preston says2014-07-14T11:05:41.0435172-05:00
Reece: Rude? Yes. Common for you? Yes.
CatholicFlower says2014-07-14T13:01:39.2514771-05:00
Our minds aren't advanced enough to understand certain things. Believing is not seeing. God bless.
Kc1999 says2014-07-14T13:05:45.1884727-05:00
@CatholicFlower: That is weird of you to say. If you're alone, and your light twitches, 99.99999% of men would think that its a ghost.
PreferNotToBeLabeled says2014-07-15T00:35:00.9160000-05:00
@Catholic, so if our minds aren't advanced enough to understand then why are we saying that God made everything? If we aren't advanced enough then how can we possibly know if religion is the answer?
MHenry says2015-09-30T20:59:28.9961018Z
1. God and Physics Imagine for a moment that there was absolutely nothing. A single, still and silent black void without life, thought, light, substance or activity of any kind existed everywhere, forever and without end. If there was ever a time, even a moment that such a condition solely existed, it would have been all that could ever be because there would have been nothing to ever cause any change. The existence of something now is the proof there always had to be something. That “Something” is what we call existence. Existence is made of two foundational elements. Those elements had to always exist. The first eternal element is “Energy.” If there was ever a time when energy did not exist, it could never have existed because the only force that could initiate energy is energy itself. As a perpetual force, it is that it is. That is the meaning and depiction of the infinity symbol. Since all things are composed of energy, before anything else there was energy. The second eternal element is “Consciousness.” Just as energy could only come from energy, consciousness can only come from consciousness. If there was ever even a moment when existence was completely without consciousness there would have been no force to initiate its beginning therefore consciousness has also always existed. Existence is composed of energy and consciousness. Because there was no time prior to the existence, energy and consciousness are the beginning, rather than a point in linear time. Together, energy and consciousness form life and an entity. We call that entity, God. God unquestionably exists according to the laws of physics. By higher laws of physics, everything has an opposite. Nothing and Existence are two such opposites. Outside of God there is Nothing. Outside of Nothing there is God. If there was no God, there would still be nothing. Science and spirit are one integrated process. In a biblical story, in Exodus 3:14, Moses asks God his name. God answered, “I am that I am.” The answer simply stated the condition of eternal elements. They are that they are.

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