If God doesn't exist what will people do?

The same thing that atheist do now. Live your life take responsibility for what you do, deal with the problems that arise and quit making excuses for your own actions or lack of same by leaving it in the "hands" of a non existent entity.

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On a kinder note it sounds like you are at a place in your life that you would like to believe in God or at least some belief system. When I was younger I was brought up Protestant and my parents felt I should have the right to decide what I should believe in when I became an adult. Smart! I drifted away from the church and the Bible (which I've read many times) because of my youth, but later as I matured I found myself searching out for something, but didn't quite know what it was. It was a belief system! I went to other religious temples, churches, etc. but remained a Protestant. There is no proof that God does not exist! Read the Bible or go to a Bible Study Class so it's made easier for you to understand and see what you think. If it's not for you try other religious beliefs until you decide on something.

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You can learn from going back into history. The one thing I read and was amazed and so interested in was the faith the slaves had in the States. The terrible things they endured and it went on for many, many years yet they kept to their faith. They were forbidden to learn to read or practice their religion, but did so in secrecy and even some whites helped them and of course there was the "underground" into Canada. It's intriguing and I learned more from their experience than in other religious belief systems. The only other one that comes close is the Jewish belief system (they don't believe in Jesus, only God) but they too had gone through the Holocaust and many other terrible trials in their lives, but managed to hang onto their faith no matter what.

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Each individual has to make their own mind up about whether they believe in a faith or not. My husband is an Agnostic (believes in a Supreme Being, but doesn't always agree with the Bible) and I am a Christian and believe in God/Jesus. We get along just fine.

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Some will likely find something else to believe in. Even myself, who doesn't believe in god, needs some higher conscious to listen, advise and care about me and have my loved ones safe after they die. and no matter how much logic tells me its unlikely, the need for it to be so keeps me believing there is something there.