Is there a God?


We all human believe in myths  and history. In a way we believe in God to fulfill our wish, but do you think he accepts or hear your wish. Why do things happen the way they do? We pleased immortals of the past, an alien or a more brighter human being than them. Similarly people believe in flying saucers, alternative medicines,etc. A new born baby believes in God because of religion, so is it necessary to have a religion?
A common problem behind this is a lack of proper understanding. The scientific method was largely developed to help us counter these universal human tendencies toward making errors in our thinking. However, as has been described, when it comes to religious beliefs, scientific and philosophical arguments rarely work. People do not stumble into a misguided belief in a god through deductive error. If logic and evidence do not explain the near-universal belief in some higher power, then it must be in the nature of human beings to want to believe in it. So it is not enough to propose to a god-believer or a goblin-believer, “You don’t have enough evidence, so you are probably wrong.” They just know they are right.
Why is this so amazing? One has to ask….how did this information program wind up in each human cell? These are not just chemicals. These are chemicals that instruct, that code in a very detailed way exactly how the person’s body should develop. A question arises, how come life is possible on earth? How are we living with only food and water? These seems to be out of mind. Once Jesus said “that anyone who had seen Him had seen the Father, anyone who believed in him, believed in the Father”.


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