Are They Right?

Why isn’t it enough to believe? Yesterday I was doing some research for a possible article and read something written for atheists on how to argue the existence of God with someone who believes.  And of course this got me questioning my beliefs.

Are they right when they say there is no scientific proof that God exists so we can definitively say he does, even though the converse is also true, there is no scientific proof He doesn’t exist?

Are they right when they say the Bible is just a work of fiction, made up by man in order to deceive people into following the writers so they could control them?

Are they right when they say even if we had no God or God’s laws (moral code) that we would still be a moral society because it is people who decide what is right or wrong?

They  always make a statement something like our belief in God has no foundation and therefore it is false, well, what’s wrong with just believing? I know what I believe, maybe I can’t prove God exists, maybe I can’t prove there is a Heaven and Hell or that Satan is real but I do know they all are real. I know what He has done for me, how He has saved me, turned my life around and put me on the path to the narrow gate. And that is really all that matters isn’t it?

Maybe it isn’t good enough for some, but it’s good enough for me,

3 thoughts on “Are They Right?

  1. That is an extremely “feel” good blog. You most certainly have a fundamental right to your views, especially as you openly concede they are not grounded in a shred of reason or fact. Just remember though, by extolling such anti-reason mysticism, when the Islamist comes to end your existence because you “feel” good about the “wrong” mysticism, the Islamist “feels” good and moral too as he follows the un-provable commandments of his mysticism


  2. Great post. Who created human beings? Is it the Evolution Theory proposed by Charles Darwin? Or is it a higher supernatural being’s idea? If humans evolved, won’t they evolve into something else again, such as an ape? Who created the sea, the land, the animals? Do they just appear with a big bang as proposed by the Big Bang Theory?

    Doesn’t it takes the skill and great planning of a higher power to craft humans with senses, feelings and emotions? If it were a Big Bang, then nothing would make sense, it would be a whole big mess. When an explosion occurs, it leaves nothing but a big mess. Someone higher than the greatest man on earth skillfully planned and created the universe and all things natural in it.


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