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I Believe In God And Can Prove God Exists!

  1. Apr 12, 2004 #1
    "God" to me is WHATEVER created this planet, the universe, and mankind......

    Now one could debate whether the thing that created the universe is mere randomness or science in motion OR some 'all powerful' being? I do not pretend to know the answer to that question But i do know that this planet, the universe, and mankind WERE created bc i can sense them all i.e. they are part of my reality, therefore, WHATEVER the thing is that created them....that WHATEVER is "GOD" to me............and every thing i see, taste, touch, feel, or hear is proof of "God's" existence in my reality...and so that is why i have created the world's largest religion known as REALITIANITY which is merely a belief in REALITY as defined by each individual humans known 5 senses of taste, touch, smell, hearing, and vision. (of course this doesn't discount the possibility that there are other unknown senses).....so if u believe in your own senses you are automatically a member of REALITIANITY and should spread the word! lol
     
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  3. Apr 12, 2004 #2

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    So if I say I believe and can prove unicorns exist, because I call the creation of the universe unicorn, would that make any sense?

    The fact is that there are different discriptors for the start of it all, some define it by the Big bang, others look into the realm of strings, others define it by God. Each has their own definition. The only thing you are proofing by taste, touch, feel or hear is your own existance or that there is a world you experience. By attributing that to one definition and saying it covers all is not correct.
     
  4. Apr 12, 2004 #3
    sure u can LIE and tell me u sense a unicorn but if u can ACTUALLY detect a unicorn with ANY of your 5 senses i suggest u contact a psychiatrist asap
     
  5. Apr 12, 2004 #4

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    um.. doesn't that apply to you too then?
    or have you actually had a one-on-one talk with God?

    The point being that a unicorn stands for somthing and God stands for something. You changed the definition of 'God' to 'reality', I can change the definition of 'unicorn' to 'reality'..
     
  6. Apr 12, 2004 #5
    no. I am saying the definition of "GOD" is WHATEVER thing it is that created reality without regard to whether it is scientific force or spiritual entity.
     
  7. Apr 12, 2004 #6

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    So what is the point of calling it 'God'?
     
  8. Apr 12, 2004 #7
    Well, sure, that works. No matter what fact or logic someone presents, you can just continue changing your personal definitions to always mean something else. In other words, you don't believe it at all, you just insist on maintaining some stupid assertion and will continually alter it to maintain your point.
     
  9. Apr 12, 2004 #8
    developing a UNIFYING theory on the existence of "GOD" is the only way to ever end these retarded wars over "GODS"....since each religion presents it's "GOD" as the creator of everything in existence NO RELIGION should have a problem with this definition of "GOD
     
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  10. Apr 12, 2004 #9

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    You'd have more success actually pointing out where all the different Gods came from and how they might all be different cultural discriptors of one mother God (like the state string theory is in right now :wink:).
     
  11. Apr 12, 2004 #10
    u can be part of the problem of part of the solution....

    anyway REALITIANITY is the worlds largest religion....if u believe in your own reality as detected by your own 5 senses u are already a member....if u don't believe in your own reality i suggest a visit to the local shrink lol

    the entire reason for this concept is that 90% of humans on average believe in some form of 'GOD' and currently wwiii is raging all bc of various 'GODS'
     
  12. Apr 12, 2004 #11

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    I think with scientists you are at the wrong address with realitianity.. I mean.. I have never detected an atom or a string with my own 5 senses..

    Why is there a need for a single God? Why can't people all believe their own thing? I mean, I've had discussions whether the color of a car was green or blue.. we didn't resove it but came to the conclusion that I thought it was blue and the other thought it was green.. and lived happily ever after.
     
  13. Apr 12, 2004 #12
    The "solution" to religion is simple. Get rid of it. We don't need it.
     
  14. Apr 12, 2004 #13

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    so unicorns dont exist then?? maybe not in AMERICA, but there are plenty over here..
     
  15. Apr 12, 2004 #14

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    ...oh wait, those were deer...D'OH!!!
     
  16. Apr 12, 2004 #15
    Do you know these things were "created", or do you just suppose they were "created" (from nothing)?

    Also, once you settle on something to be "creator", does that mean you have stopped wondering about what else lies behind the scene, what lies beyond your designated "creator"?
     
  17. Apr 12, 2004 #16

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    Strange, how we are so TIME conscious. We think that there is a before to pretty near everything.
    In the case of a deity, in particular what we refer to as ‘God’ linear TIME is inadequate. ‘God’ is before everything and there was only ‘God’ before that. From pre-eternity thru post-eternity ‘God’ is the totality of reality, there is not anything outside of ‘God’ for it is the definition of infinite. The universe is within the reality of ‘God’ and outside the universe there is ‘God’. ‘God’ also permeates and contains the reality of the universe, even if it’s a multiverse. Material matter is not absolute but the spirit of ‘God’ is and is the foundation of universal reality. I sugest thinking in those terms when trying to describe ‘God’ and I don’t mean ‘Jesus’ rather I refer to the one ‘Jesus” called on as his Father, the one ‘Jesus’ prayed to, the one ‘Jesus’ informed everyone was greater than his self. Consider that to ‘God’ all TIME is simultaneous.
     
  18. Apr 12, 2004 #17
    Physics Forums doesn't do religion anymore.
     
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