what is best god in the world?


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Walt O'Reagun Profile
Walt O'Reagun answered

I agree with Darik.

However, if you MUST follow a god, then one of these:

Call me Z Profile
Call me Z answered

It is fair to say that every believer would name the primary figure of their own faith as the best, though that is as it is intended to be, isn’t it.

To me, the best god is the one that motivates people to do good works, live in harmony, and pursue their dreams in this life. Not one among the legion of man’s gods holds a monopoly on these. Not one of these goals can’t be accomplished without gods. Therefore, to my eyes, no god is better than any other.

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Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
I find that the way of life to which the Abrahamic God has inspired me to follow puts Him first in my book by your criteria.

But I would certainly agree not everyone who says they follow Him are so motivated.
Call me Z
Call me Z commented
That’s really the key, I think: That following it (or Him, as the case may be) fosters a life of dignity and purpose.
Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
Yes, I've always felt that even if a god did not exist, the way of life proposed by "Catholicism" is not a bad way to live.

And since we are required at any rate to form our own conscience and not blindly accept the Church requirements for our "moral" actions, I have found it over the years to be a beneficial, meaningful, and useful way to live.

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Debbie Harrington , Theology and demonology, answered

There is only one God the Christian God.

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Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
The difference between what? . . .
I am guessing you only studied Abrahamic Theology then, because older religions Are very much real, and the text containing their story are older then the new testament stories of Jesus dying on the Cross . . . .
Head back to Bob Jones University for another round or at least finish your degree . . .
Just Ice
Just Ice commented
@ Debbie Harrington commented 3/31/2018
"What other God died for mankind none" >>>> too true. God, by definition, is immortal. So If a "god" dies then it proves that it was not immortal and therefore was never god in the first place.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
Just Ice - there are MANY other religions were a Man/God or Demigod sacrifices their life to save humanity . . . the story of Jesus is most likely just a copy of one of these other versions . . . but I get and agree with your point.
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Jamey Forester answered

The best God is the God who loves his children.

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Just Ice
Just Ice commented
God don't have children. He don't need spouse or children. He is, by definition, above all needs.
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Just Ice answered

Q "what is best god in the world?"


If it is god with a small g, and if by "best" you mean most powerful, then it has to be the USA. Who, in this world, can call it to account?

If you mean God, with a capital G, the one credited with the creation of the universe, then of course there is only one. So the question of which one is best, doesn't arise. However, this creator God is described in many scriptures and one can ask which scripture describes Him best. You can compare those descriptions and decide. You might find that the Muslim scripture, the HQ [Holy Qur'an] aka the FT [Final Testament] has the best and most extensive description of Him.

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Liffity Liffity , Shiva God, answered

Do anyone know Shiva God in Tibet? Actually, it is not a western God mentioned in the Bible. The legend of the Shiva God has a close relationship with Tibetan Buddhism. Mt Kailash is the residence of Shiva God where is regarded as the center of the world.

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ly fen chen answered

I believe in Buddhism, and I pray it every day ,according to my understanding of the religions, I think ,each of them is good, the main is to understand what they teach to us, and think it over, the wrong and the right, as we have the right and choice to believe.

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carlos Striker answered

No gods are best gods. God is figment of your imagination there isn't one. If there is one? He/she isn't for you or against you. You have to do everything by yourself to yourself for your solace. Stay away from parasites who make living in the name God putting fear into people.

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Darik Majoren answered

Well since there ARE no Gods . . . I guess it would be the realization of that idea . . . That would be the MOST freeing, and Best Belief in the world . . . It has been so for me for the last 15 years.

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Call me Z
Call me Z commented
I welcome it. As always.
Just Ice
Just Ice commented
@ Darik Majoren answered 3/20/2018
"Well since there ARE no Gods" >>>> well since you assert that after having scoured every nook and cranny in and out of the universe and since we trust you to have done that thoroughly and simultaneously then we have to accept your finding as correct.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
The Claim of things Supernatural SHOULD require extraordinary evidence to back them . . . otherwise why would a skeptical person align mere stories to "Truth" . . .
Do you require any evidence to anyone claiming the validity of the existence of Thor, Zeus or Osiris? . . . you would most likely consider these to be mere fable or fiction by those who have simply not been exposed to your particular God belief . . .
In the disregard of all these other Gods we share a commonality . . . do we not?

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