If you believe people made up the concept of God, then people also made up "the will of the supreme being." If you believe that God is a real supreme being, then the will of the supreme being was not… Full Answer
There are tens of reasons why people believe in God. These have been recorded for centuries and are easy to look up. However, this subject is ultimately one of personal belief, since our possession of free-will mandates that it be… Full Answer
Buddhist do not have a supreme being as a supreme being is not really part of a Buddhist philosophy. Some Buddhist believe in god, some believe in many gods, many however are atheist or agnostic. So the Buddhist religion really… Full Answer
Belief in a supreme being is actually a belief in the supernatural, but most people who believe in a supreme being are taught or conditioned as to what it is permissible to believe. Sometimes that conditioning extends to not accepting… Full Answer
A supreme being is the most supreme and superlative being who has created the whole universe. As we don't know who has created this universe, our last answer/guess can be the supreme being. According to Muslims, Allah is the supreme… Full Answer
God, who created the universe. God is One. The concept of a dualism (as in Zoroastrianism), an independent Satan, multiple gods (polytheism; paganism) or a trinity of three in one, are all unimaginable in Judaism. Also, any belief that an… Full Answer
Answer Believers belonging to the "Abrahamic" religions - Judaism, Christianity, Islam and the Baha'i faith - and the monotheists in Hinduism and Buddhism, believe in one supreme being. Some religions that no longer exist, such as the syncretistic Manichaeism, also… Full Answer
There are 2.07 billion people worldwide that believe in some type of Christianity. That is 32% of the world population. The most popular type of Christianity is the Roman Catholics with 989 million people (48% of christian population).