1. How do the arguments for the existence of God influence your view of the supernatural?
If one believes in the existence of a God, then one must also believe in the existence of an afterlife and of the soul. If one believes in the soul, then one must believe that spirits exist. You simply cannot have the one without the other.
For those who are uncertain of the theology of a Supernatural Being. Your indecisiveness is the ego in opposition with your soul that is hearing a calling for your veneration. If this was not so then no need for decision would be present from within. This still small voice is your constant companion and guide to all resolutions.
I don't believe in either, such beliefs come from magical thinking and have no basis in fact. These days it's hard to even believe in what you can see, but I'm still trying to keep a rational mind.
It's been my observations that anyone argueing for the exsistence of God, or miracles. Is eventuwaly forced to ether say that "the Bible said so, and that's good enough for me",or "God works in mysterious ways." (both absolute cop-out for answers), or to lie.
Such is the bases of my aithiesm.
Lynn, it is clear that you ask a dishonest question for a dishonest cause. There is an undeniable sense to that. It is unfortunate that you have a hidden agenda otherwise you could be enlieghtened once you got that chip off your shoulder.
I do not indulge in an argument regarding the existence of God. I merely believe the bible is the word of God and therefore look to get wisdom by the grace of God in the matters of spiritual importance regarding my conduct, spirits, devils and try to just look to Jesus the Christ in all ways and acknowledge His sovereignty and will in everything.
"It's been my observations that anyone argueing for the exsistence of God, or miracles. Is eventuwaly forced to ether say that "the Bible said so, and that's good enough for me",or "God works in mysterious ways." (both absolute cop-out for answers), or to lie."
While I can, when called for, quote the Bible, not being a Christian, my belief is in no way predicated on it. I have had personal experience of my beliefs and of the existence of my Goddess. No, I won't discuss my experiences. I don't try to change people's minds or their right to believe or disbelieve as they will. My faith is sufficient to me, and is a matter I consider private, and don't discuss often, other than in general terms. I feel no need to prove my beliefs to others. It's sufficient that I have seen proof for myself.
Nobody really has a god.
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