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Is there any reason not to believe in God?

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look up.
I see a ceiling.


use that on ur pc screen.
You have said nothing about God being natural on this thread.


u said, "So u guess the nature is God"....
I'm asking you for an explanation of the statement that you said "God is Natural".


I gave u one some days ago...we have debated more than once...
Then why did you ask me to look up?


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I don't see it as proof. I see it as just another religious text. I don't think there's any reason to believe it's special or particularly true. It was written by humans, and coincidentally reflects the views of people at the time. I don't think there's any reason to believe it was divinely inspired. 
I see it as proof, and while of course it reflects people of that time, it being from their time. It was written by men, but their words were from God himself. Consider the fact that there is not one verse that contradicts any other verse and no verse has ever be proven to not happen considering prophecy, and that no verse has ever been invalid from a scientific standpoint.


1 Kings 7:23 is flat out wrong. 

I hear from some Muslims about the Quran, and how the Quran is written in this completely unique literary style unlike any other in Arabic. So unique, that it challenges people to attempt to write a chapter in a similar form, and nobody can do it. They claim that this is proof that it must be authored by God. 

I say that to say, many people of all different religions think their holy book is unique and indescribable and unexplainable without their god. Why is yours any different from the others who claim their book to be something divinely inspired? 
Rounding was used. If it was not used, the author would still be writing today. People in that day would give a respective number to judge their numbers. If The Bible were to be as mathematic as you would want, you would have, just for 2 Kings 7, over 146 Billion pages more in The Bible and still counting to this day.

Why is mine? Well, you could indeed write a chapter like that of the Bible or the Quran. However, going back many millennia ago, you cannot explain how these people were able to write such a book without contradiction.













 


I don't think God would have rounded. It means either man changed it, and that means the entire bible could have been changed by man, or that God rounded. I just don't feel like the divinely inspired writ of God would round it. I'm not asking for the whole sequence of pi, but I think it could have been an opportunity to drop some knowledge on early man, if God just told them about pi. I feel like there are a lot of useful things God could have told us in the bible, that he didn't. Instead, he tells us not to eat pigs. 

As far as I'm aware, there are numerous contradictions between modern science and the bible. Primarily regarding the origin of life and Earth. 
So, your argument is that 'I don't feel that God would"? How are any of us, me included, supposed to have any validity of your opinion of an all power all knowing God? 
*headdesk* Levitican Laws.
 

I'm having to decide if I believe in God. I don't understand how an all loving god would give restrictions limiting people's diets, but not tell us about germs. It would have been really nice to know about germs back then. I don't know how you can expect me or anyone else to believe in something we can't understand. 

Also, I'm under the impression that the old testament biblical laws are still valid. I don't know why they wouldn't be. 


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I'm having to decide if I believe in God. I don't understand how an all loving god would give restrictions limiting people's diets, but not tell us about germs. It would have been really nice to know about germs back then. I don't know how you can expect me or anyone else to believe in something we can't understand. 


Also, I'm under the impression that the old testament biblical laws are still valid. I don't know why they wouldn't be. 
He did. He told the Israelites to wash their hands under running water, instead of the universal usage of washing them in a bowl of still water. He also gave them instructions on food preservation. The "restrictions" were kosher laws, and as well laws against some animals of which may have been carrying disease, or were unfit to be eaten given their location. But these laws of diet restrictions are moot since the new covenant.


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When theres no body by your side GOD is and when you turn your back on him he's still there you just have to trust and believe in him 


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Loads.

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Why an all loving God would want us to go to hell ?

And....Buddhism understands, explains forgiveness better..

the rest is silence 


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Then why did you ask me to look up?


First u didn't ask me for a explanation.

And, maybe you could take a look at the sky.......

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too many.


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too many.

give some. I don't think there is. ( though that doesn't means u should believe in God ).
There's also no reason to believe in him.

the rest is silence 


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