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"God exists" Write an article presenting argument for and against whether God exists Does God exist? God is defined as the creator and ruler of the universe. There is no evidence that says God does exist and that God does not exist but us humans. We each have our own view points about God. Those who do believe in God and those who don't or are just not sure, who are called atheists and agnostics. There is always one question which arises, which does Does God exist? Atheists don't believe in God because of a lack of evidence. They think that there is no evidence that proves the existence of God or that there is no real reliable evidence. ...read more.


Therefore a being that is completely good, knows everything, and is all powerful does not exist. And so, there is no God. Religious people believe that God gave man free will, so God is unable to intervene with the actions that humans take however powerful, good or knowing God is. Therefore this does not mean that God does not exist. In addition is the science of the creation of the world. Science explains the universe starting with the Big Bang but others believe that God started the world. Scientists have proof of the beginning, what happened from the Big Bang and onwards. Although they are unable to explain how the Big Bang actually started, what caused the Big Bang? Some religious people believe that God started the Big Bang and everything else afterwards is the cause of God. ...read more.


Thus there not actually existing a God or Goddess. However religious people believe that there is a God and that all religions have a truth and that all the religions are just different pathways towards the same God. In conclusion there are many different arguments for and against the existence of God. We, as individuals, have to make up our own minds using the knowledge that we have from the environment and personal experiences on whether God does exist or does not exist. However we should remember to look at both sides of the argument for and against the existence of God. In the end, we are not going to be able to decide on an answer as an entire human race, but it is a decision we are able to make for ourselves. Sumitra Nath 10 Neptune ...read more.

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