THE GOD CONFUSION
3 REASONS FOR GOD
The question of the existence of God is surrounded by confusion. This section tries to make sense of it all by looking at the reasons for and the contentions against the existence of God. God gave us the ability to think by which we recognise his existence.
The simple answer to this question is that God could not have had a creator. Because of the following reason: If something has always existed, it doesn’t need a creator. Think about the computer you are using to read this article. If your computer had always existed it wouldn’t need a creator…
The problem of evil claims that it is unbelievable, if an all powerful and good God exists, that he would permit so much pain and suffering in the world. In this article you will find that God’s existence is not challenged by the evil present in the world.
We can’t see God but there are many things that we can’t see but we believe in them because we can see their effects. For example you have never seen your great great, great, great, great, great, great, great grandfather. You have never seen his clothes, house, grave or any of his belongings – So how can you be sure he ever existed?
This claim presupposes that the purpose of our universe is to support human life and that we as human beings are the focal point of it.
Solving a Rubik Cube is considered a difficult task, even for the most intelligent people.Now imagine a blind man, trying to order the scrambled faces of a Rubik Cube. He doesn’t know whether any twist he gives the cube brings him closer to or further from his goal. How likely is it for him to solve the cube by chance alone?