Is there the a possibility of a God?
For me, it is an absolute certainty. Look around and tell me this beautiful planet is a " Big Bang " accident.
How can someone claim that God does not exist when he does not know everything there is to know to rule out the possibility of God's existence?
How can someone claim that God does exist when he does not know everything there is to know to rule out the possibility of God's non-existence??
People who are undecided about the existence of a supernatural deity (god) are usually referred to as agnostics. Some agnostics feel that there is likely no god based on the evidence available (but are open to the possibility that a god may exist) while others feel that, while there is likely to be a god, based on the current evidence it is logically hypocritical to believe in one. Those who have no belief about god… Read More
no it will not happen cause god isint like that'
No, everyone does not believe in God. There are those that believe there is no God or gods, those that believe there is a possibility that God or gods may exist but haven't committed themselves to full on believing, and those that believe not only in one God, but many.
No you cannot. At the moment. If you have an emulator and the iPhone/iPod Touch application, then there is a possibility.
That would be an agn ostic, although it would be more accurate to say they believe in the possibility of a god.
There is the possibility in some Sunni Sects of Islam that painting nature is sacrilege to God.
Someone who doesn't know whether god exists is called agnostic. Someone who needs evidence to prove it is an atheist. People who are not sure if there is a god are called agnostics. An agnostic doesn't necessarily believe there is a God but doesn't rule out the possibility. An atheist believes completely that there is no God.
When you think of God you believe He looks like us so if a monkey thinks of God then what would God would look like for him?
There are at least two ways of looking at this. Maybe if a monkey were interested in God, he'd imagine that God were a monkey. Then again, maybe monkeys don't have the same type of soul as us and thus would not consider the possibility of a god.
Most myths say brown, but it could have been blonde and there is a small possibility that it was black.
A person with no religion (yours or any other) is irreligious or an irreligious person. This is often confused with an atheist who is a person that does not believe in any deity or the attributes (souls, heaven, hell, the supernatural, etc.). Many people may believe in a god but see religion as a human made artifact which they do not subscribe to.To hopeful evangelical types an irreligious person might be called a potential convert.
Some do and some don't. Being an existentialist doesn't necessarily involve denying the possibility of the existence of a higher power.
Religious people believe that such a possibility is ridiculous. We see humans as being the result of creation by God.
Yes it is an evolutionary possibilitie like mutants are evolved human decades or centurys from existence god can give powers if he wishes
Is somebody only considered an atheist if they completely deny the existence of God and are not just someone who fears that there may be no God after all when they die?
Atheism is the lack of belief in god(s), period. Most atheists do not fear "that there may be no God." They don't consider it a reasonable possibility. While some atheists do, there is no philosophical or intellectual imperative to deny the existence of "God." Lack of belief is sufficient.
One possibility could be your in game sound being off, another being your device sound being off.
Assuming that the letter was honest (as opposed to some practical joke), the majority of religious Jews would be ecstatic about the possibility of meeting God. Many religious Jews have committed their entire lives to the prospect that they may, one day, be in perfect union with God. As for non-religious Jews, that entirely depends on how they view God and what they would want from God.
Some of the people who do not believe in the Christian God or the Christian Bible include: Animists Atheists and agnostics (Agnostics accept the possibility that God may exist) Buddhists Daoists Hindus Jains Followers of Shinto Zoroastrians Muslims believe in the same God as do Christians, but dispute the authority of the Bible, while accepting much of its content.
This is required to avoid Muslims paying respect to these figures and by time requesting them as mediators for getting God forgiveness and blessings as observe currently in some other religions. This assures Muslims to avoid any possibility of having partners to God the one and only one God.
Well, if society today still believed in the Roman gods and if one of them had to take 'computers' into their domain, I suppose that it would be Vulcan. He was the god of blacksmiths, volcanoes, and technology. His Greek equivalent was Hephaestus. Another possibility for the god or goddess of computers is Minerva (Athena), the goddess of wisdom.
It seems part of our upbringing to hold a religious belief so strongly as to blind us to the possibility that others hold equally strong beliefs about another god. Even if people accept the right of people to worship another god or gods, this strongly held religious belief says that surely any other god must be false and its followers simply misled.
A statement not of fact, but of possibility or doubt or wish. Such as : "God save the Queen" which is short for "May God save the Queen" In the indicative it would be "God saves the Queen". In the imperative (an order) it would be "God, Save the Queen". "Good bye" derives from the subjunctive "(may) God be with you". It is important that he speak correct English. I pray that everything be all… Read More
Jupiter is the Roman equivalent of the Greek god Zeus, who was the main god, or the father of all the gods. I was taught that in Latin, "father god" is Deus pater. Deus pater, over time began to sound like "joos-piter" and eventually Jupiter. Another possibility is the Italic sky god "Diespiter" (Dies=Day, piter maybe father) who was sometimes the same as Zeus/Jupiter.
As a person who neither believes in ghosts and spirits nor God, I can still see it as a rational possibility to believe in ghosts and spirits but not God - just as it is rationally possible to believe in God but not ghosts and perhaps not even spirits. It is also possible to believe in ghosts and spirits as well as other gods, but not the abrahamic God. It is up to you what… Read More
A: A great many people certainly do believe in God, so the question comes down to whether he is real. I say, on good evidence, that God is not real. At the very least, it is most unlikely that God exists. Some would use even the slightest possibility that God exists to propose Pascal's Wager - that you should believe in God just in case there is any truth to it. However, not only does… Read More
Osiris, the Egyptian god of death, is often shown as black. Another possibility might be Kali, the Hindu goddess of destruction and death, whose name means black. There were many gods of death, and others might also have been black
There are five syllables in possibility.
What is the religion that means to not believe in god or a supernatural anything but believes that there is a possibility of it if only shown proof?
You might mean Agnostics. Technically they don't believe there is any proof or CAN be any proof.
The use of images is forbidden in Jewish worship. According to our laws, it distracts from the true nature of worshiping God. Jews believe that God is beyond any possibility of being represented in pictures or icons and see all such creations to be nothing more than idols. In Judaism, God is non-physical, indivisible and incomparable.
In the view of many, no god is real. In the view of those who follow one of the Abrahamic faiths (Christianity, Islam, Judaism), only their God is real and all other gods are not real. Followers of other religions may believe that the Abrahamic God is not real, but most non-Abrahamic faiths are sufficiently tolerant to accept the possibility of his existence.
As I understand it, Agnostics believe if there is a God there is not sufficient evidence for his existence or he is unknowable, while the Christian believes that God's existence is certainly knowable. The "if" of agnosticism means that they are open to the possibility of God and so basically they are both searching for God. The similarities between the two lead to the ultimate search for meaning and the answers for the reason for… Read More
Some people claim that they can talk (pray) to God. A: 2 There is a significant difference between the notion of talking to God and communicating with God. There is a very strong possibility that the person who claims that he/she can talk to God is no different from those who claim to have an invisible friend which only he/she can see and talk to. If someone claims that he/she can communicate with God it… Read More
Many Muslims have concluded that there can be no Messenger from God after Muhammad. Baha'is believe otherwise and are, therefore, considered a threat. The mere existence of the Baha'i Faith creates the possibility that there may be a Messenger of God after Muhammad. Treatment of Baha'is is much worse in Iran.
There are several opinions about that, depending on the religion you join. Some of the opinions include: Be baptized Follow the Bible Pray to God Do good to others and so forth Another possibility is to do what you normally do when you want to follow somebody: do what they do. In essence, do as Jesus Christ did; you follow Him that way.
I don't think so. It is like having a world without cultures or without local traditions. Even, I don't think there is a possibility of having a world with people believing in a single religion. It is a mankind characteristic to be different in religions. cultures, languages, colors, etc. not to be in conflict and to live in enmity but to cooperate toigerther and to live in peace. Another view no, you were created by… Read More
Not necessarily. You may live its a possibility. My mom told me, she is a nurse. Pray and ask GOD and you will be alright. Ill pray for you.
If you are asking for an agnostic's point of view, the response is generally along the lines of "I don't see any hard evidence that god or the devil exist, but I have not completely ruled out the possibility of their existence." However, most adherents of the Abrahamic faiths (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) will state god and the devil are absolutely real as articles of their faith. Atheists will tell you god, the devil and… Read More
other names for production possibility curve are: production possibility boundary production possibility frontier transformation curve.
other names for production possibility boundary are: production possibility curve production possibility frontier transformation curve.
It is very rare to come across a possibility of who Janus's parents may be we do know other members of his family such as his wives Camese, Jana and Juturna and his sons Tiberinus and Fontus.
Why are people not able to reach into imagination land and pull God into existence as they can with other imagination items like cars cell phones computers segways etc?
1) For those of us who believe that God exists, it isn't necessary to "conjure Him up," although we do have to remain aware of His presence. 2) In order to test us, God has made atheism to seem like a valid possibility/choice. Remaining aware of God is the greatest test in this world.
production possibility curve production possibility boundary transformation curve.
That is stated explicitly concerning Er (Genesis ch.38). Another (earlier) possibility is Lot's wife (Genesis ch.19), of whom "slain by God" is less direct or explicit. A third (still earlier) candidate is Chanoch (Enoch) in Genesis ch.5, whose fate of "God took him" has differing interpretations among the commentaries.
Most Christians believe that if you don't believe that Jesus is the savior, then you will go to hell. This concept is changing, however, as people realize that a God that would doom 2/3 of the world's population to hell is not very loving! Some denominations of Christianity are open to the possibility of other paths to salvation. Even Billy Graham has alluded to this possibility.
Titus was definitely a pagan, as were several other Roman emperors. He probably worshipped cults, and there is a possibility that the people of the empire worshipped him as a living god as was the pattern among the Roman emperors
A possibility is the goddess of wisdom, Athena, who appeared out of a piece of Zeus' skull and technically does not have a mother or a father. Though some may argue that since she was born from Zeus he would be her father.
The five ways of reason are the arguments of motion, causes, possibility, degress of perfection, and governance. These arguments were made by St. Thomas Aquanis which proposed that the existence of God can be demonstrated through reason.
There is a possibility that it will rain today.
No possibility whatsoever.