The theory of evolution is prime example of there being no existance of a god. The theory of evolution states that “Life on Earth started with extremely simple life forms, which subsequently, over millions of years, Changed and devoloped via the forcces of natuaral selection into the manifold different species we see today”. Changes that allow an organism to better adapt to an environment will help it survive. The theory of evolution is the best theory in the history of science with evidence from goelogy to paleontology to genetics. If those that believe in god beleive that he created all life forms, how can theory be true?
The Bible is a famous book consisting of the Old Testament and new Testament, and is known throughout the world. It is considered to be the word of god a...
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...ome stronger. All evil offers us the possibility to learn from it and grow into a better human being.”” This basically means that the suffering will assist u in becoming a better person in different ways. Another thoedicy is called the Limits-of-Human-Knowledge theodicy. This states that we simply are not intelligent enough to understand why God lets innocents suffer. God has his reasons but we humans cannot understand them. The last theodicy is called the Contrast Theodicy. This solution asserts that we need evil in the universe to know that there is good. If there were no evil and everything were good, we could not tell that it was good.
A god does in fact exist. Weather individuals call it god, allah, or a just a higher power, a god exists. Due to statements from religous readings, online sources and just my religion of being a christian I believe that god exists.
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