Is God for real?


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Jaimie  JT Profile
Jaimie JT answered

Which one ?

AnnNettie Paradise Profile

Yes, God is indeed real. “God is a Spirit,” says the Bible. (John 4:24) Therefore, he resides in a spiritual realm independent of the physical universe. When the Bible refers to “the heavens” as God’s dwelling place, it is referring to the loftiness of the place where he resides in contrast with the material environment in which we reside. In any event, the Bible teaches that God’s abode is, indeed, clearly distinguished from the physical universe but is at the same time a very specific location.

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

For some yes, for others no. It is called a belief, because it comes down to what you believe. For me, I believe. So for me God is real.

Charles Davis Profile
Charles Davis answered

It is unknown if God exists, in any form, but many chose to "believe" he does, without any evidence. Others prefer to say he doesn't unless evidence can be found or shown. So it's pretty much a subjective question and the answers would be even more subjective. For me I chose to not believe in his existence, until such time some objective evidence can be shown.

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Cookie Hill Profile
Cookie Hill answered

Absolutely God is very real, the awesome universe and his human creation speaks loudly about his existence. Of course, every house is constructed by someone, but the one who constructed all things is God." Hebrews 3:4

Ty Hibb Profile
Ty Hibb answered

That is a decision that everyone makes for themselves. We all have the same evidence, but the conclusions that are reached are based on what we are looking for. When you are concerned with why you are here it demands a different answer than how you got here. If you have a resistance to authority than that will also direct you to a different answer.

Krsna IandKrishna Profile

If one decorates oneself, one’s reflection in a mirror will also appear decorated. Similarly, since we are reflections of Krsna, if we decorate Kṛṣṇa we also shall be decorated. In the Bible, it is said that man was made in the image of God, and this means that we are reflections of God’s image. It is not that we invent or imagine some form of God according to our own form. Those who adhere to the Mayavada philosophy of anthropomorphism say, “The Absolute Truth is impersonal, but because we are persons we imagine that the Absolute Truth is also a person.” This is a mistake, and in fact, just the opposite is true. We have two hands, two legs, and a head because God Himself has these same features. We have personal forms because we are reflections of God.

Kṛṣṇa has a completely spiritual body (sac-cid-ananda-vigraha), but we do not have the eyes to see what that spiritual body is. We are accustomed to seeing material, gross things (jada). We can see stone, metal, wood, and other elements, and because Kṛṣṇa is everything, to be visible to our imperfect eyes He appears in a form of these elements. It is not that Kṛṣṇa is stone or that we are worshiping stone. We are worshiping Kṛṣṇa, but because we cannot see anything except material elements like stone, Krishna kindly appears in a form carved from stone.

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