Originally posted by Freethinker112
Originally posted by Aya.
It's funny how you believe that air exists without even seeing it, but you deny the fact that God doesn't existence, just because you can't see Him .
Sorry, funny not found. You took the predictable path. I think you are unaware of the term observe. We can't see many things in the universe but can observe it. You can weigh air, detect all the gases in it. Just seeing is not the criteria. I don't care if I see God or not. Get me any way of observing him. Hearing, touching, mass, infrared, ultraviolet, radiation imaging, by any range on electromagnetic spectrum. Can you do it? I think not, because if you could prove the existence of God, we wouldn't be having this discussion here.
Nahh . You just couldn't come up with something better .
What proof do you have that there isn't a God ?
Proof to me science without using science books ! Confused ?
If you don't believe in God, just because you're not able to see the evidence, then why do you believe in what you believe, since that has no evidence either ?
I'm not the one here who has made this topic . So, you're the confused one here .
If you seriously want to believe that there is a God, then you NEED to have Faith do that, which you don't have ! Basically, It's like how you believe in your imaginations, because you trust it .
Basically, for those who know God, no further proof is essential . & for those who do not yet know Him, no proof is enough .
"Simple proof, if you see a car there must be a car manufacturer. So, you see all the creations on earth and you shall know for certain that there must be a creator ! Because the creations are so perfect, each one has each one uniqueness. Those creations could not just happened by random act of nothingness just like what atheists try to suggest.
When a mother gives birth to a precious newborn baby, she feels an overwhelming bond and love for the child like she has never known before. Where did this love come from? Is her love tangible? Can she physically see this thing called "love"? Well, no. She sees her baby whom she loves, but love itself she cannot see. Does the fact that her love is unseen diminish the fact that her love is real? Of course not. The same applies to trust in the Love of God, God is love, and yet we have never seen. We feel His love, we sense His presence, we see His miracles and we trust His Word." - John M.
Edited by Aya. - 06 August 2012 at 4:13am