Discussion over the Existence of God

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The discussion over the existence of God remains one of the finest pursuits of the human mind to break out of the world and surpass the practical or extraordinary realm of experience. Without a doubt, the question of God's existence is one of the most significant questions of human philosophy. It alters the whole meaning of human life, and it challenges if man is really the Supreme Being in the universe or if man has a greater being that he must love and obey, or possibly defy. So the question is; does God exist? Look at the proof produced by the voraciously religious spirit of man, the origins of the universe, and morality. There are many different theories and opinions on how man came to be, evolution, space, Adam and Eve, God…etc. Atheist philosopher Jacques Monod was also a scientist and he stated; “Man at last knows that he is alone in the unfeeling immensity of the universe, out of which he emerged only by chance. Neither his destiny nor his duties have been written down. The kingdom above or the darkness below: it is for him to choose” (Gadsby). Monod didn’t believe in a creator of man he believed that man just happened. What is man, when void of God? Man would be an insignificant and condemned being on an insignificant and condemned planet amidst the greatly immense universe. Humanity without God is unfathomable. What would mankind have to believe in or look forward to if there were no God? I feel that we would have no real meaning without God; why would beings such as us even be her in the first place if we had no greater purpose? I imagine some people would feel they have nothing to lose and maybe the world would be chaotic. Take into account the origins of our vast and impressive universe. The God of the Bible is an e...

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