Does impending doom believe in God?
Impending doom doesn't sound like it is alive. God gives us all choices to do what we want and it is up to us to do the right thing. If we don't, impending doom will strike. Impending doom is more of a cause and effect between us and God.
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How do you Not? Have you seen some of the Natural wonders of theWorld? How do you explain it? The "Big Bang Theory"? How did the"Big Bang" happen? I say God created and made it all happen. You just have to know and trust. Read the bible regularly. Itreally helped me. I was doubting that there was… a god but I startedreading the Bible and it really opened my eyes. Also: If you diligently seek God, God will make Himself known to you. Yesread the Bible. We come to God in faith. It is not a blind faith,it is faith in God who is revealed to us in the Bible. Hebrews 11:6 But without faith it is impossible to please Him, forhe who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is arewarder of those who diligently seek Him. (MORE)
Yes I do. To think we were just plunked down here out of thestar lit sky when there were two moons in the sky is stretching it!Look around at the miracles you see every day, but most of us takeit for granted. There is something within each human (even thosethat deny) that has God in them (or a Supre…me Being if they sochoose to call Him that) whether they like it or not. I have seengrown men that have denied an existence of a God, but, have seenthem in a hospital Chapel on bended knees praying to God to savetheir little girl or save a loved one. One can think there isnothing out there and it's just a belief system until the rage of ahorrible incident comes into play and they're kneeling down askingfor help. You simply believe or you don't. Believing is a whole lotsimpler (if you mean it) and a lot more peaceful. I've seen manymiracles in my years on this earth. . I believe in the natural occurring of a spiritual and mentalgenerator of emotions and souls. I believe that all religionsworship the same God, while I believe that devotion to a singlechurch and practicing ritualistic devotions is vain, I do notcriticize those who do so. I also believe that Jesus Christ was (ina sense) the son of God. I do not worship but I try to follow theteachings of Jesus Christ, and I believe, in that, I am a goodperson. . Yes I do believe in Jesus Christ, my personal savior. and yes,I believe in all the morals that are in the Bible. and yes I am aborn-again Christian. But I have to ask, what is your definition ofGOD? Is it someone you can only come to when your in trouble?Someone that you pray to and if you don't have your way, get madand curse Him? Is it someone you believe because you have to? Well,my definition is God Almighty. . Yes I believe that Jesus Christ is our savior and the Messiah.When Armegedon comes I won't be stuck on earth. I've seen angelsand I've seen and talked to God. Whether or not others believe me,he's real. I don't lie, as it's against the Ten Commandments andthe whole science is right thing...why cant you combine science andreligion?and do you think Satan made the earth.No. He didn't. . God does exist! How did we just "plop" here on earth and beperfectly made? Read the Bible! It isn't made up!! All the stuffthat other people read about scientific things, is there any proof?No. The scientists are just guessing! But, there is proof that God,Jesus, Mary, and saints have lived! . I do as well. I am a Christian, but not perfect. Not evenclose.. I do believe that God forgives. We are all sinners and allfall short of His glory, but I believe we should work as hard as wecan to honor him. I find it hard to believe this could happen bychance. God loves us all. This world is not perfect because hewants to choose to believe in Him. Not to force us. It issometimes hard to believe in Him when things get tough, but Hepromises to never give us more than we can handle. . I dont believe in God I think science created the world notGod . Yes, I do believe in God. There is proof in the Bible. . I believe that God and Scientology are somewhat in the samecategory. There cannot have been one without another, but is itpossible anyway? Yes. All is possible. God is the reason forevolution. The giant landmass that was Pangaea was also the Gardenof Eden. The one we call Satan is life's only source of all eviland temptation. Monkeys evolving into man could have been God'swork all in itself. The truth is, no-one on earth irrespective ofreligion cannot say if God is real. Even I don't know... but allthat makes sense to me, thus answering your question, is believingthat God made the Big Bang and evolution happen. The Bible doesn'thold the truth to everything in the world, just some spiritualthings, stories of Jesus, and apostles and everything else thatyou're taught as a child. Thing is, anyone could have written it.In example, I've read the bible, and to me it's information orstories from many, many eras ago. There is no solid proofwhatsoever that God exists 100%. I believe in the 50% theory that Ipersonally created (as far as I know, not claiming, just assuming Ithought of it before anyone I know): Every single one of us onearth are either 50% right or 50% wrong. God exists 50% of thetime, the other 50% of the time, He does not. Concluding, I believein both science and God, but not religiously. I'm not going to tellyou that God is or is not real, because I still do not know, andneither do any other religious people. But they are still to berespected for their beliefs. If you believe in a bit of both, well,some things are better just left unsearchable, like God and thetruth. . No way. How is there a giant person up in the sky? If there wasa god why are there people starving to death in Africa? Also howwould some giant old person who was never actually born suddenlythink I will make a planet plunk lots of animals on it and givethem furry coats? Also he made Adam and Eve but what happened tothe dinosaurs and cave men. They came before proper people and ifthat snake could talk why can't all animals talk now then? it isjust like beleiving in Santa Clause. It's not possible for him togo round the world inone night to the whole world just like it isimpossible for a giant man to make an entire solar system! Also ifgod invented/made humans then is he some sort of alien? Scientistshave proven that the big bang did happen. If there is 'heaven' thenhow come when people go up in space ships they go through heavenand don't see 'God' and loads of dead people? . No. . I most certainly do. . I do not believe in any God. If God exists what is his purposeand what was his purpose for creating our existence? . I do not believe in gods. I think belief in gods belongs to thechildhood of humankind and that we now have better explanations forthe things early humanity didn't understand. Also, we no longermake up stories to explain what we do not yet understand. . I do believe in GOD . but lets think in a creative way it islike you love your dad and mom and i am sure about that but can Iask you to prove it you can not you just say again i do love themvery much . secondly it is like the GOD in any religion you are believing in itis the creator of the world and the saver of this universe like tryto stand on your feet holding a cup of water in your hands and fullit completely with water and try to stand for one day no for twodays to weeks you see in first you will feel weak and then feltasleep while holding this cup of water and then the water fallenover it so if there is no creator for us or for the universe itshould be fallen on its own and in itself . moving to the part ofwars and starvation spread around the whole world even the war withour selves is like a test and you will finally get your own gradeseach mistake is like a black point and the good move will promoteyou to go straight to the heavens or may be the evil side in theuniverse is rolling over it and affecting our world or it may beused as a way or a mean ( rough one ) to show us the differencebetween the good and the bad the good side and the evil how todifferentiate between peace and war between hunger andsaturation. . Yes, we hold that God exists.. There are tens of proofs for God's existence. These have beenrecorded for centuries and are easy to look up. However, thissubject is ultimately one of personal belief, since our possessionof free-will mandates that it be possible to put forth arguments(fallacious or not) against every one of the proofs. Here are a few: 1) Teleological Argument: The universe has definite design, order,and arrangement which cannot be sufficiently explained outside atheistic worldview. From the complexities of the human eye to theorder and arrangement of cosmology, the voice of God is heard.God's existence is the best explanation for such design. God is thedesigner. 2) Anthropic Principle: The laws of the universe seem to have beenset in such a way that stars, planets and life can exist. Manyconstants of nature appear to be finely tuned for this, and theodds against this happening by chance are astronomical. 3) Sensus divinitatus: The innate sense of the divine exists withinall people. People and cultures of all time have, by nature, senseda need to worship something greater than themselves. No ancientsociety ever existed that did not believe in a supernatural power. 4) Tradition: There are events in human history which cannot beexplained without God. Many people have their subjective storiesthat bend them in the direction of theism, but there are alsohistorical events such as the Giving of the Torah, which areunderpinnings for the belief in God. 5) Pascal's Wager: Belief in God is the most rational choice due tothe consequences of being wrong. If one were to believe in God andbe wrong, there would be no consequences. However, if one were todeny God and be wrong, the consequences are eternally tragic.Therefore, the most rational choice is not agnosticism or atheism,but belief in God. 6) Why is there reality rather than nothing? Aside from God'screating it, there are only five options: a) The universe is eternal and everything has always existed. - Even atheists have abandoned this possibility, especially becauseit would violate the Second Law of Thermodynamics. b) Nothing exists and all is an illusion. There is no reality.There is only nothing. - This possibility, it should be obvious, is completelyself-defeating. In order to even make such a proposition, thesubject has to exist in some sense. If all is an illusion, wheredid the illusion come from? Even the solipsist, who does notbelieve in the existence of other minds, has to explain the genesisof his own mind. c). The universe created itself. This is the idea that the universeand all that is in it did not have its origin in something outsideitself, but from within. - Like with the previous two, this makes a logical absurdity. Itwould be like creating a square triangle. It's impossible. Atriangle by definition cannot be square. So creation cannot createitself as it would have to pre-date itself to create. The pre-datedform would then need a sufficient explanatory cause, ad infinitum. d) Chance created the universe. The odds of winning the lottery arenot very good; but given enough time, everyone will win. While theodds of the universe coming into existence are not very good, givenenough time, it could happen. - This option is a sleight of hand that, like "survival of thefittest," amounts to nothing, because it implies that "chance"itself has quantitative causal power. The word "chance" is used to describe possibilities. It does nothave the power to cause those possibilities. It is nonsense tospeak of chance being the agent of creation of anything, sincechance is not an agent. "What are the real chances of the universecreated by chance? Not a chance. Chance is incapable of creating asingle molecule, let alone an entire universe. Why not? Chance isno thing. It is not an entity. It has no being, no power, no force.It can effect nothing because it has no causal power within it. Itis a word which describes mathematical possibilities which, by thecurious flip of the fallacy of ambiguity, slips into the discussionas if it were a real entity with real power, the power ofcreativity." (R.C. Sproul, Not a Chance. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker,1999.) e) The universe is created by nothing. Simply put, nothing createdthe universe. - The problem here is that it is either a restating of option "a"(the universe is eternal) or fails due to the irrationality of "d".In our current universe, the law of cause and effect cannot bedenied by sane people. While we often don't know what the cause ofsome effect is, this does not mean that there was no cause. When wego to the doctor looking for an explanation for the cause of ourneck pain, we don't accept the answer "There is no cause. It camefrom nothing.". (MORE)
Some opinions from contributors . God is the creator of the world. If you don't believe you'll go to hell when you die. . You must believe There is most certainly a GOD !!!!! Most people believe so, but it is impossible to prove either way.
They belief in him because people are afriad of dieing and by believing in him the fear is gone. Also it makes stuff easy to explane. They also belife becasue they need ansewers becasue they can't just accept that there isn't ansewered like does space end? If it does end whats after that? But wonder…ing about this stuff helps broaden our minds and help us explore the possiblities. (MORE)
There is only one God and he believes in you and wants very much for you to believe in him.
Because it's comforting and brings hope to a hopeless situation. Because he is our creator and the savor.
Absulutley ANYONE can believe in God or Jesus Christ the son of God. It is up to thy person to believe what has been done. Christians, Mormons and catholics can all belive in God or anyone else for that matter. Well lots of people believe in "God".
we are not shure but people have a theory of we will all die in 2012 but if we dont know what will happen tomorow then how are we going to know what will happan in 2012 . Everyone sais that we are dommed in 2012 but its gone a bit out of hand. Firstly no one knows for sure whats gonna happen in t…he future and secondly people said that the earth was going to end in 2000 and nothing happened!! So dont worry too much because this could be nothing and just has been built up by the pulic and media so unless there is some scientific evidence about this you have got nothing to worry about!! (MORE)
I believe that there is one God- the Triune God, Father, Son and Holy Ghost. God loves us, in fact so much, that he gave his only son to die and then rise for us, that all who believe may be saved. However, those who do not believe in the Triune God are certainly condemmed to hell. . Please alway…s read your Bible. (MORE)
People who recognize both the possiblility of a higher power bring life into exisence, and also that man is flawed enough to take advantage of other peoples beliefs to raise themselves to positions of power often believe in God, and seldom in religion.
The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard. Their line is gone out through all the earth, and their words to the end of the world.… (Psalms 19:1-4) For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse: Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened. Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, (Romans 1:20-22) But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin. If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us. (1 John 1:7-10) GOD BLESS YOU ! No personally I do not believe in God. I believe in the facts, and though the facts do not say that there is not a God, the facts still do not say there is a God. The facts lean more towards science being correct with several theories, for example, the big bang theory; which is the most widely accepted theory about the start of the universe, which is why I am an Atheist. (MORE)
Those who do believe in God also believe that we were created with free will to either believe in God or not. Humanity is not forced to accept God's existence.
I believe that they leave details of religion to the individual. There is no specific doctrine on this issue.
yes because he created everything and he sent his son to die for us and gave him life again so now if we love him trust him and believe him you wil go to heaven No. because there is concrete facts and evidence of science and astronomy that say otherwise. I am an atheist. If you do believe god ca…n be real or fake, but there is no proof saying otherwise, you are an Agnostic. (MORE)
Opinions from our Contributors: . Because there are many different religions and not everyreligion follows God. . People do not believe in a god for many reasons. Often it is asthe result of a long period of examination of existing "proofs",discussions and study. . They have studied religi…ous texts and found them lacking inproof and full of illogic . observations of the world indicate no control or guidance froma supernatural being . Science provides a better worldview than religion . Logical reviews of the abilities of any supposed god are notsupported by observations . The arguments for the existence of a god by "authorities" areoften fallacious . Observations indicate people with or without a belief in a godare equally happy . Corruption among the godly is at least as prevalent as amongthe secular . Some people are just contrary or base their public lifepositions on shock value. . Some philosophies (Buddhism, Taoism, etc.) do not have a needfor god(s) in their belief system . Some people don't see a need to care about or believe in god(s)or any religious practices . Some people have researched the issue and concluded that thereis no evidence supporting the existence of any supernatural realmof god(s) . People from non-theist families have never cared to considerthe existence of god(s) as it was not important to their life . Some people belong to religions with a different god or god(s)and would not believe in the questioner's specific God. In additionit should be noted that belief in a god is not the same as beliefin any particular god that others support. Neither does belief in agod translate into any desire to worship, obey, love, follow therules or care about the existence of that god. . I believe that that people deny God on the basis ofconvenience; if there is no God than there is no such thing astruth or as moral laws. A person's denial of God allows them to dowhatever they want. I also believe people don't want to beaccountable for what they do. . Non-believers are non-believers because they believe that theevidence most strongly supports a view that God does not exist.This has nothing to do with mocking God, in fact atheists seem tobe more tolerant of Christians than many Christians are ofatheists. As for me, I studied the Bible carefully, reading much ofit several times, and find in it much to prove the non-existence ofGod. The following is not in itself proof, but I refer you toEcclesiastes 9:5: " For the living know that they shall die; butthe dead know not anything, neither have they any more a reward;for the memory of them is forgotten ." If the Bible is literallytrue and Ecclesiastes is a legitimate book of the Bible, thisshould be a troubling statement for believers. . No verifiable and replicable proofs. "Absence of Evidence isEvidence of Absence." However, your wordings (believe) is correct."Beliefs only requires faith. Facts require proofs. . The reason why some people don't believe in God is mainlybecause of all the inconsistencies and falsehoods perceived inreligious scriptures. Some religious leaders have used their dogmato oppress, victimize and terrorize those who refuse to subscribeto their particular brand of religion. Jesus and John the Baptistwere classic victims of tyrannical bigotry from greedy selfishreligious charlatans. Religion seems to have had more to do withhuman selfishness and greed than with righteousness, piety,compassion and spirituality. Certain apparently evil, vicious, andgreedy individuals enjoy success and prosperity from theexploitation of the weak. But some individuals are fooled withfalse promises of a paradise called Heaven, which can only beaccessed after death. . Because they believe that it is rational to live their livesnormally and without "supernatural" interference. Many people use"rational" as the reason for not believing. . A creator god doesn't exist. I'm as certain of that as I'm ascertain that any unfalsifiable concepts (like unicorns, elves,Santa, other gods, and centaurs) do not exist. Just because itcannot be disproven that a creator god exists (which is a logicalfallacy of proving a negative), doesn't mean that God exists bydefault. It's the same way with unicorns. Just because I can'tprove they don't exist doesn't mean they do. And it's not becauseatheists "don't want" God to exist, it isn't an ego thing, and itisn't a "hoped-for" thing. It's an empirical thing. It's acceptingreality and refusing to substitute the hoped-for for the actual.Faith is willful ignorance. That's all it is. It's belief withoutevidence, even without reason. People don't believe in a godbecause there is none. It's like being in philosophy class andyou're asked to write a 5-page proof on "Prove that chair doesn'texist." Peers are going on and on for 5 pages, when really, theonly answer is "What chair?" . If someone is raised in a household where God is neverdiscussed or mentioned, it can be very hard to suddenly accept anew way of thinking, no matter who you are. Also, Religion is basedon Faith, which is not a material object. You can't see it, touchit, measure it, hear it or feel it. For people who are used to theterm "seeing is believing" meaning they must physically see thingsto believe they exist, faith can be quite a hard concept tounderstand! . To answer the question of why people do not believe in God,first you must define which God? Vishnu, Mithras, Jupiter, Thor,Ra, Quetzalcoatl etc. It is a safe assumption that most people donot believe in one of the Gods mentioned above. Each one of thoseGods had or have many that believe in them, their stories ormythology. They believe so with their hearts and minds, and theyjust know they are correct. Many do not believe in one set ofstories, but believe in their own 'God's' mythology. We believewhat society wants us to believe and what we are introduced to.This is seen in India, where most people believe in Vishnu but notThor, Zeus or Yahweh. In the West, most people are the opposite,they believe in Yahweh or Jesus Christ as their God and not Vishnu,and the other religions are thought to be wrong. . The belief in God means you have to believe in thesupernatural. Atheists specifically do not believe in thesupernatural so they therefore do not believe in any God. Agnosticsbelieve it is impossible to prove that there is a God (there is noscientific evidence of any God, let alone one particular God) butthey also know it's difficult to say there isn't a God since thereis likely unprovable, so they just say it's unknowable. . They cite the lack of any evidence. They think evidence has tosupport the theory that God exists. . There are many reasons depending on the individual, of course.First and foremost, many people do not need a belief in gods to begood. They take responsibility for themselves and direct their ownlives. They know that god-stories grew from the first attempts byhumans to answer questions that we now know the answers to. We areall born atheists. Religious belief is a learned behavior. In orderto believe in gods a person must have an unquestioning belief insomething as being true in the complete absence of proof. Manypeople simply do not think that way. They reject a dependence onfaith in anything for which we have no proof. They lead ethicallives based on natural, inborn moral standards. . True non-believers know that moral behavior is an inherent partof the human condition and does not only spring from a belief ingods. There are good and bad believers, and good and badnon-believers. It is absurd to believe that moral behavior can onlybe derived from a belief in "God". There are a billion people onthis planet who don't believe in "God" and who do not need anyreligious doctrine or clergy to tell them what not to do.Historically, organized religions have induced fear, hate,hostility, ignorance and prejudice for those outside the parametersof their teachings. . It may be that some people do not believe in God so they can dowhatever they want basically. Some people may be influenced bynon-believers or may oppress other people with threats, fear,death, etc. . Because they are rational. . Because a god does not exist. . Because most people do not require religious constraints to bevaluable members of society. They rely instead on the humanconscience, law enforcement, social impressions, etc. all work toprevent a person from doing whatever they want and it is obviousthat it is among the religious where threats of death are moreprevalent. You are more likely to be killed by a believer for notbelieving than a non-believer for believing. . As president of the atheist student organization at myuniversity I would say that a typical reason for non-belief is lackof evidence. There are a lot of arguments for god, but I have yetto find any of them persuasive. There just doesn't seem to be any(observable, testable, repeatable) sign of a personal god thatcan't be more reasonably explained by natural means (which areobservable, testable and repeatable). . Well, people don't believe in the existence of god for manyreasons, A) Even if he's real, there's no proof supporting that, B)There is little chance that any religion chosen by them would beaccurate as there are infinite gods in the human culture, C) Ifyou're god is real, we were still born atheists, because at birthwe don't even have the ability to control our motor functions,we're not smart enough, we certainly not smart enough to think'there is a God,' D) All religions I have come across have beencontradicted in one or another by a fact, and all have some bloodyskeletons in the closet. Let's take for example, Christianity, ifyou read, and fully comprehend everything the Bible says, thenthere are many horrific stories of infanticide, genocide, rape, Godcommanded infanticide, and genocide, and of course, sacrificialkillings. . All people are born atheists. Those who are raised without anyreligion often stay that way. Personal strife may sway some peopleto seek answers in the supernatural. They find comfort in a churchcommunity where they are taught about god. These are religiousconversions, but they are in the minority. . Most people who believe in god do so because they were taughtto when they were very young. They do not know life without theirbelief. The church encourages this indoctrination by use of variousrites of passage -- baptism, bar mitzvah, etc. . Some people who believe in god give up their belief when theybegin to use reason and question religious texts. They soon learnthat they have been believing in ancient superstitions perpetuatedby modern churches while the rest of the modern world embracesscience and reality. (MORE)
Christians believe that God is a powerful, loving, all seeing god. He loves the world so much, that He was willing to send His only son to die a painful horrible death so that we would beable to spend eternity with God. God is so Holly, so perfect, that he can not look at sin. The penalty for sin …is death, so God sent down his son to pay for everyone's sins throughout eternity . (MORE)
I will assume that by "god" it is meant Jesus Christ.. First, was Jesus Christ capable of belief? Did he know all? The bible gives evidence to his mortality and the limits there of:. "And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and man." Luke 2:52. The fact that Jesus "incre…ased in wisdom" suggests that he did not know all and therefore would have to operate on a belief for sometime before he could gain a full understanding of any particular thing. I think it is safe to say that as Carpenter he had a working knowledge of how to build things out of wood but when it came to making a radio he probably did know much about it nor de he need to. " Belief is the psychological state in which an individual holds a proposition or premise to be true.". So did Jesus believe in the same sense that you and I are required to believe?. At twelve, Jesus was in the temple doing his "Father's business". Luke 2:39-52 . Jesus was baptized "to fulfill all righteousness." Matt 3. Jesus did things he didn't want to do. "Father, if you are willing, remove this cup from me. Nevertheless, not my will, but yours, be done." Luke 22:42 (ESV). All these things he did with in belief. Jesus was a believer and as such he set the example for us. (MORE)
Yes. they are. they go to my church. they have preached about each one of there testimonys. there life reflects in there music.
we believe God because God creates us.. all universe is created by God...so it's a real proof
There are actually two different bands by the name of Impending Doom. One of them which has a label under Christian music. The newer Impending Doom band which formed in California in 2005 is a Christian band. The other Impending Doom band which formed in Germany in 1993 and split-up in 2001 is… a not a Christian band. Alot of their lyrics even the titles reflect something sinister/ satanic themes and imagery. Some examples are: Scornful Chalice/Luciferian Curse (2001), Signum Of Hate (1998), Beyond The Altar Of Obscurity - A Decade Of Blasphemy (2003), and Pagan Fires/Messias Abaddon (1997), etc. Now, there is a lot of controversy about the supposed song "Age of Antichrist", but that song was written and sung by the German "Impending Doom". The albums of the American band, Impending Doom are: The Sin and Doom of Godless Men (Self-released EP, 2005) Nailed. Dead. Risen. (2007) The Serpent Servant (2009) There Will Be Violence (2010) (MORE)
Ragnarok is the Norse term for the doom of the gods and the end of the world as we know it.
It's not always something you have been brought up with. It is your own choice. To believe in God is to believe that you have a purpose that you are loved and cared for that once you die here on earth you don't just disappear. Not necessarily an after life like Egyptians believe but one with no hate… one with no anger. Believe in God if you wish as it is your choice but you should be thankful that he has a plan for your life that you will be something great in his eyes. have you ever wondered how the first. person on earth came to be. Some think a bang and everything appeared but really is that true? But then you might wonder if God created the first person who created him was he just there... to find out more everything you need is in the Bible. Another answer: You seem confused and not knowing what to believe. To not make a choice is what some people call atheism and they believe that when you die because you did not make a choice you don't go to heaven or hell you go to eternal light. To believe without seeing is something not easy to do but it is overwhelming to experience his love by taking that chance to think maybe just maybe there is something, something that makes us happy when we are sad to give us hope. Note : Discussions belong on the Discussion page only. Any on the Answer page is subject to deletion. (MORE)
God is the creator and he sent his son to die on the cross for the rath of God he will send a rath above evil i blive from revalation that his last remake of the world is not far away he will keep the christains safe Answer: God is a made up figure created by early humans to answer the question… of why are we here and to keep them comfort by pretending that there is a heavenly person who created all this. Answer: The dea of a deity occurs in many cultures, usually as the idealized view of that culture's image of itself. As a consequence the Greek gods were physically attractive and active, the Christian gods wise and benevolent and the Aztec Gods bloodthirsty. Answer: God is anything within you outside of your control, i.e. emotions, dreams, desires, accidents, love, hate. I believe heshe is very powerful (MORE)
Depending on what you mean by "Believe in God". Answer: Not if you are a Christian. They go hand in hand.
Learn how to listen. I'm sure He always wanted all human beings to believe in Him. Just open your heart, you'll see.
Because we don't know everything and people like to have someone or something to help them explain their existences, purposes, unexplained events, ects. God is a perfect concept to help guide people through their lives. The concept of God or Gods varies by regions, religions, people, and even with…in the same religious group. Who's to say one is more right or accurate than another? Of course they all say their beliefs or interpretations is the right one. Like many things in life, a person can use his/her beliefs for good or bad things, as history has showed us repeatedly. (MORE)
It is entirely your choice whether to believe in the existence of a supernatural entity that started creation (God), or attribute it to a random, unexplained and unfathomable event.. You should be aware though, should God indeed exists, and depending which religion is ultimately the correct one, y…ou stand the chance of being (i) Tortured for eternity (ii) Trapped in eternal darkness (iii) Reincarnated as a lesser being In addition, once again, depending which religion is the true one, you might miss the opportunity of (i) Living in an opulent and huge mansion (decorated with pearls and ruby) with rivers of alcohol and honey and and endless supply of food. (ii) Living in an opulent and huge mansion (decorated with pearls and ruby) and being 'attended' to by 72 virgins (gender unclear) (iii) Being returned to the embrace of the creator and experiencing eternal bliss Good luck! (MORE)
No I don't; god is just a theory to explain the unknown. I am also a skeptic. However, there are lots of religious people who participate in this site. Religious issues are always debatable.
You don't have to "believe" in dinosaurs. There is evidence of their existence in the fossil record, unlike god. You can believe in god and deny that dinosaurs existed by citing the Genesis story in the bible, but the evidence for their existence is compelling. You can believe in god and in dinosaur…s if you accept that the Genesis story is metaphorical rather than literal history. (MORE)
yes ******************** I believe that this should be a two part question. 1. Does God Know me and 2. Does God believe in me. To answer the first, God knows me because He created me as His spirit child. He also knew how I used the intelligence which was available to me while in that spirit st…ate. He believes that if I use the intelligence wisely I can achieve that which He sent me to earth to accomplish. He believes that through my wise use of the knowlede I gain while here upon the earth I can return to Him and receive of His glory. (MORE)
No, you do not have to believe in miracles to believe in God. Some of America's Founding Fathers were deists. Deists believe that the creator God, having created the world, takes no further interest in his creation and performs no miracles. Of course, the fact that miracles do not really happen is m…ore naturally aligned with a belief that there is no God at all. (MORE)
Generally speaking, communists are atheists because communistsbelieve in what is called a "Material History", as described byKarl Marx. This version of history sees material wealth as thecentral driver of history. So a rough depiction of what history hasbeen in the eyes of a communist would be this:… 1. Slavery (small number of people reap wealth with a large numberof people owned and doing most of the work; an example would beancient Greece, where captured enemy soldiers were slaves) 2. Feudalism (nobles own the land, and serfs are tied to the land;the serfs would have to give a certain percentage of their incometo the nobility) 3. Capitalism (a small number of indivduals own the "means ofproduction" - factories, investment capital, etc - while a largenumber are employed by them for the least amount possible) This view of history led Marx to believe that at each stage the"underclass" was being relied upon to do more and more complex workand would have to become more and more educated. Eventually theywould realize they are being subjugated and would revolt, leadingto the "Worker's Paradise" (Marx's family owned many factories inGermany and the conditions of the workers left a profound impact onMarx). Because this version of history seems divorced from a history inwhich God intervenes on Man's behalf, and because Marx viewedreligion as oftentimes being used by elites to keep the people fromrealising the reality of their condition, Marx called religion the"opiate of the masses" and most communists agree with him. Of course, as with any ideology, it is always different based uponthe time and the place so it is difficult to say all communists areatheists. Christian Socialism is a form of soft communism which isnot atheistic. But, in generaly, Marxist ideology embraces atheism. Additionally, a true Marxist embraces Dialectical Materialism. Thehuman mind is not "soul driven" . The ideas of humans are based onMarx's belief that the brain secretes thought. This is contrary tothe belief in a Creator. (MORE)
If you don't believe in God, you don't have to. If someone forces you into believing something, the process is unnatural and you won't have faith in it. Who is God, anyway? Which religion is the true religion and how do we know? How can God have no beginning and no end? How can you prove God exists…? The truth is, we can't scientifically prove God exists. Some questions we ask, we have no answers to them. "Believing" in God isn't something that happens overnight. You have to find out more about yourself before you begin to explore who God is. Who are you, and how does God relate to you personally? It takes faith to believe, and we can't rely on worldly things to prove God exists. If you start to decide who you are, and only you, and pray to God for help, maybe you will discover who God is. Which no one can do all the way, but you can a lot. If you don't have a good attitude about it, you won't be able to form a good relationship with God. That's why you have to work on yourself before you ask questions about anything else. (MORE)
Yes, many - perhaps even most - of them do believe in a god, be itthe christian god Yahweh, the islamic god Allah, or any other god.
A monotheistic religion believes there is only 1 God. Also note, the statement "There is no god but God" is associated with Islam.
God (with a capital G) is the God of the Bible. According to theBible He is the creator and sustainer of all life, God has revealedHimself to mankind throughout the ages - some of this is recordedin the Bible. The Bible tells us about the character and attributesof God. From the Bible we can read th…at throughout the ages God hascommunicated with man but man has turned away from God and nolonger acknowledges God as creator. God has judged people, nationsand at one time the whole world for their turning away from Him.The Bible also says that God will judge the whole world again,sometime in the future. But God has provided a way to escape thisfuture judgment, this is through His son Jesus Christ. Jesus hastaken the punishment we deserve for our rebelliousness and it isthrough believing this that a person can be saved from the judgmentto come: This is from the book in the Bible called Romans: Romans 3:22 - 24 God puts people right through their faith in JesusChrist. God does this to all who believe in Christ, because thereis no difference at all: everyone has sinned and is far away fromGod's saving presence. But by the free gift of God's grace all areput right with him through Christ Jesus, who sets them free. This is why you should believe in Him. The Bible also says if youseek God you will find Him, He will make Himself known to you. (MORE)
How it was with dooms is a children's book. This is a book based on an actual happening. It is about a boy on a game preserve in Kenya that befriends a young cheetah that has been orphaned.
Opinion We were created by one god and one god only. If we don't believe in the one god and associate other things with god such as idols we will be punished for it. Opinion It's truly important to believe in our one and true Creator, the Most High. Opinion It's not that important at… all. Many people live happy, satisfying, noble, worthwhile and productive lives in the absence of a belief in gods. In fact, non-belief leaves room for so much more, especially personal responsibility. (MORE)
To believe there is a God is simply to experience such divinitypersonally. If it is not possible to experience or interact withGod personally then obviously he is only as real as Santa Claus.Anyone who claims to know God must be able to take you to him andif they cannot, then it should be obvious th…at they are absoluteliars. A:2 No one can "prove" you must believe everyone whothinks there is no God chose to not believe to not open their mindto the possibility that we have a father out there in heavenwatching over us. This is a frequent question my answer is you justgottta know. A:3 I agree with what he says, but you can most certainlyprove the nonexistance of god. The converstion goes something likethis: Man tells god " You must prove to me you exist" God replies" Proof denies faith, and without faith I am nothing" Man says " what of the penguin?" "What about Penguins?", god replied " You can't tell me the penguin evolved into the form it is now.Which makes it proof you created it. Proof denies faith and withoutfaith, you are nothing." "Hmmm, I hadn't thought of that"God replies, as he disappears intoa puff of logic. A:3 I did not type that but here is my, and a bunch ofscientists way to look at God existing or not. Yes you can prove God exists. Well, maybe you as in you can't but ascientist has. He searched and searched for some information thatwould prove that God did not exist. But instead he found noinformation whatsoever other than we would not be here if itweren't for God because if we evolved, what made the thing weevolved from? A:4 The only way we can truly know that God exists is ifhe either has revealed himself to us or will reveal himself. Thereis an intelligence design theory in science that argues for adesigner of the universe, which seems to agree with theology on acreator. If intelligent design is correct (which I personallybelieve it is), then God's existence can be proven. I would arguethat the universe is far too complex to have occured naturally,when you think about the Big Bang (there was one point in time werethere was nothing, and then everything appeared immediately after)and the laws and constants governing it. Also think about the Kalam cosmological argument: 1. Whatever begins to exist has a cause. 2. The Universe began to exist. 3. Therefore, the Universe had a cause. The cause must be a supernatural one, if the universe contains allof nature. You can't really know if God is there, it takes Faith, just likeyou don't know why the sun rises every day, it just does, and wehave faith that it will...there is evidence all around you, it'sjust whether you believe it's there. Look at the world around youand then ask yourself, how was this created? If all life isintelligence, doesn't it make sense that there was a creator behindit all? A:5 Look at the mountains, the seas, the animals, you andyour family...what makes you, You! If you only have a seed offaith, pray and ask Him...He will answer you and testify to youthat He is real. there is no other possible answer to creation. God is evidentthrough all of nature. there is historical evidence all throughouthistory. if you want more evidence in way more detail, get the book"Ready Defense" by Josh McDowell. it should answer a lot ofquestions. Another resource that is way better but harder tounderstand, is the Bible. it is the word of the one whom you arequestioning and it is true !!! A:6 You're faith. And we can also can feelhim.( Depends if your Christian or receiving Jesus as youronly savior in your heart ) There's AC or something which meansafter Christ' and before Christ'' in History books butScientists don't think that's true cause that will ruin theircareer and whatnot but God is real and he loves you. He gave thelast of his last of his blood for you. A:7 Look around you and ask yourself did this all come bychance, or was there some great eternal plan made by that being wecall God. Some will have us believe that all of this came bychance, if this be so then what is the purpose of it all, what isto become of all that now lives and will eventually die? To saythat all came by chance gives us nothing to live or die for. Thereis a God in His heaven, He is our Father, He organised us and wewere his children long before we came to this earth. Everythingthat we see was planned in the heavens before they where placedupon the earth for man to enjoy. He is our Father and Jesus Christis his son, just as we are His sons and daughters. How can we knowthis, the answer is simple, get upon thy knees and ask in faith ifthere is a God in His heaven and by the power of the Holy Ghost allthings will be made known unto you. One must ask in faith neverwavering and you will know for a surity that there is a God. A:8 If you're looking for empirical proofs, good luck. A:9 One reason we can know there is a God is that we aremade in His image and so can know Him. Secondly we can know Himbecause He has revealed Himself through His word as well as throughHis light which is in every person. And even though humanphilosophy attempts to reason Him out of existence, He has not leftHimself without witness in the Creation and in the very beingcalled man, who is not just a highly evolved animal. What FrancisSchaeffer called 'the mannishness of man' is beyond a naturalisticexplanation as every culture has demonstrated a longing for God, ora search for meaning, which is the way man shows that in himself heknows that there is more to life than what we can see and perceivethrough merely scientific or technological means. This longingpoints to something outside of ourselves, which void people attemptto fill in various ways. No animal feels such restless search formeaning. k (MORE)
No. I believe in Jesus, that live and dead in time of Poncio Pilatos. Healing people, and teaching to the poors.
Some people who believe in horoscopes believe in God while othersdo not. Some may believe in other gods.
Buddhism isn't a religion; it's more of a way of life -- be kind to others, don't put too much stock in material possessions, etc.
A: Everyone who follows a religion other than one of the Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) believes in other gods or spirits but does not believe in the Abrahamic God. These would include followers of Hinduism, Daoism, Shintoism and other religions, as well as most Buddhists. Also…, atheists do not believe in God. It could also be said that agnostics do not believe in God, because they do not know whether he exists. Atheists do not believe in god. I would add that agnostics also do not believe in a deity. Some may argue that agnostics don't belong on the list, since they really are doubtful about the existence of a deity, and if a deity exists she/he can't be known by us. My argument is that to 'believe in' a deity is actually to trust that deity, and not just acknowledge the deity's existence. So in traditional belief systems Satan believes that the deity exists, but you wouldn't say that Satan 'believes in' god. Satan believes that a deity exists, but Satan 'believes in' himself. (MORE)
Clearly, people who need specific clues and proof. Mostly scientists. Im not saying just because you ARE or WANT to be one you dont belive in god. But they mostly need proof. There was an astronaut who did not belive god, than when he came back from space he belived him. I pray and I pray when im ve…ry sad. Sometimes your prayers dont come true, and you get mad and dont belive in god. It happened to me when i prayed for my hamster to live when it had a deadly sickness and we did everything we could. The hamster died the next day and i felt veary sad/mad. I still prey and i try not to think about the hamster. But if you dont belive in god think about this, where did the very first living thing come from? How was space created? What happens when you die? Please think about those, and i hope you have a good life. Ta-ta (MORE)
You are called an Atheist (Ay-thee-ust) if you do not believe in a god or godest.
There are many movies that portray impending doom in one way or another what are two of those movies?
One popular film genre that portrays impending doom is apocalyptic movies. Two popular apocalyptic movies include "The Day After Tomorrow," released in 2004, and "2012," released in 2009.
No, because it always came across to me as little more than a moreelaborate ghost story, and it wasn't enough to pursuade me of anytruth behind it.
The cast of Impending Doom - 1993 includes: Daemon Bagley Bryan Campbell Kate Duggan Jason Ellis Ben Fenner Aaron Fili Megan Hovde Matt Hovde Carrie Jacobson Voegele Brian Kiel Shawn Lanz Dave Lawler Ali McLarney Anna Perilo Josh Perilo Wayne Rasmuss Alexis Richards Sean Rourke Tim Sitch Julie Storm… Tristan Walker Chris Wiig (MORE)
The meaning of the lyrics to The great divine song by ImpendingDoom can be summarized as Suspiria Profundis Divine Knowledge.
The website impending doom.com sets out various possible ways humancivilisation might come to an end. The first scenario Is ClimateChange. All the information about climate change and the greenhouse effectis accurate. Humans are adding to greenhouse gas levels throughdeforestation and burning of f…ossil fuels (coal, oil and naturalgas) in industry, transport and the generation of electricity,which releases carbon dioxide. . It then estimates the time untilirresponsible human activity causes a catastrophic change in globalclimate as (August 2014) around 22 years. Many climate scientists would agree that it is too late to avoidmany of the consequences of global warming, because the carbondioxide already in the atmosphere will remain there for hundreds ofyears, and the warming we are experiencing today is from carbondioxide emitted forty years ago. So there is a lot of truth on that website about climate change,including the activities you can undertake to change the fate ofthe world (like walking instead of driving).. (MORE)