How do you believe in God? What's your religion? Do you believe in God?

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Awesome  Autumn Profile
Awesome Autumn answered

Of course I believe in God. God, loves us all even if we don't love him. He created us all.

avhie avhie Profile
avhie avhie answered

Yes I believe in God the creator of all things the savior of all man kind.

Caryl Joan Estrosas Profile

Of course, I believe in God...even Satan does as the Bible says. There is a difference between believing and worshiping. I am a Christian and I believe and worship God.

Call me Z Profile
Call me Z answered

There's no intelligent reason to give credibility to any of the hundreds of gods man has created throughout history. Each one was a derivative of those that preceded them, none have ever been based on any evidence, present deities included.

I'm good without a god.

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

I believe in God because I have had some personal experiences that have lead me to believe in a higher power. I do not belong to any organized religion, because I have found most to be hypocritical. There are too many that say God is loving and accepts everyone, but yet many of the churches will tell you they will not accept certain groups of people. So I will take my belief, and spend my time outside in all of God's wonder instead of a man-made building listening to someone tell me what I should believe.

Charles Davis Profile
Charles Davis answered

I don't believe in any form of a God, god or deity. I was raised Christian, and then got an interest in ancient history and the beginnings of modern religion. That study completely changed my mind about God (in any form), and what religion really is compared to what it was. Ancient Gods were equal at one time YHVH, Chemosh, Marduk, and so forth were all the driving forces behind their believers, they were the reason for why their worshipers won wars, or why they lost. It all depended on the Gods favor to those followers. The bible is no different then any other ancient middle eastern writing from other nations.

Betty Boo Profile
Betty Boo answered

Yes I believe in God. There is a scriptute that says God is the glue that holds us together.

Look up .. Laminin...

Inside our bodies we are held together by "crosses".

Jesus died on a cross.

Yes I believe.

Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

How do you believe in God?  I was indoctrinated as a child by my mother to believe. I was (as we all are) born an atheist.

What's your religion?  I was able to de-convert after 25+ years of being a Born Again, Baptized in the Blood of Jesus Christian. It took many years of going from a Christian to a Deist and then Agnostic Atheist . . . Then just an Atheist.

Do you believe in God? No. I am absent a belief in any Gods. Further more, I do not find ANY validation to the Man Written CLAIMS or Etchings regarding ANY religion, thus I have dropped the label of Agnostic altogether.

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Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
I was unaware that such incredible abstract reasoning power was present in the average newborn.

Is such a claim typical of the understanding of reality upon which Atheists base their conclusions?
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
"I was unaware that such incredible abstract reasoning power was present in the average newborn" - The difference between Implicit and Explicit is what you are "Grasping for" . . .
We are born "Implicitly Atheists".

"Is such a claim typical of the understanding of reality upon which Atheists base their conclusions? " - Since natural observation of "reality" IS what we base our world view on, I would tend to say "Yes", although I have made many presentations that perhaps "Supernatural" is a label one assigns to those thing just out of "Sight" technologically.
Example - Many thought that the "ill" were plagued by demons, until it was theorized that Germs and Viruses contributed to their illness, and further proved by the invention of the Microscope . . . you see? . . . Claims of the supernatural in that which we could not YET technologically observe.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
"I was unaware that such incredible abstract reasoning power was present in the average newborn" - The difference between Implicit and Explicit is what you are "Grasping for" . . .
We are born "Implicitly Atheists".

"Is such a claim typical of the understanding of reality upon which Atheists base their conclusions? " - Since natural observation of "reality" IS what we base our world view on, I would tend to say "Yes", although I have made many presentations that perhaps "Supernatural" is a label one assigns to those thing just out of "Sight" technologically.
Example - Many thought that the "ill" were plagued by demons, until it was theorized that Germs and Viruses contributed to their illness, and further proved by the invention of the Microscope . . . you see? . . . Claims of the supernatural in that which we could not YET technologically observe.

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