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Reasons why people believe in God.

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Introduction

Most people on this world believe in god for many reasons. Some antognostic people or those against religion turn astray. These extremist belivers of God cannot be distracted from the path they find as the right path. These extremist belivers know that the exsistance of planets had to be designed by a very powerful creator "god". Belivers of God, no matter what religion they are from know that the creation of planets, the whole humanity and other existing things don't exist because of some accident. Everyone can see the beautiful sceneries, the pattern and layout of how the contents of the complicated Milky Way is positioned this example encourages people to believe in [God]. Every existing thing I mean the attracting mobiles and the rich televisions e.t.c. ...read more.

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All Gods design have a position reason [point] to why they exist mostly the reason leads to the people believing in God. Scientists believe that the eternal universe has been a result of a big bang reaction. But most religious people don't agree with this, although my personal statement defends this because God could have stetted the dust particles so they react with the space elements so an explosion takes place to produce the big bang. But I also argue that some people want to know why these planets exist and how they became habited. People who believe this look for evidence e.g. the first cause to prove and convince themselves that God exists. Although the question "something cannot come from nothing?" ...read more.

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A person's conscious varies from person to person. A person always has a right and wrong path to every step of life. After a person looks at evil factors of life it can bring a person to believe in God but a person turn astray and lead to evil. Uniqueness poverty racism can persuade a person or influence a person to believe in God People cannot see God but they still believe God exists There beliefs bring them to have faith in God often seeing , feeling and tasting the natural and everyday life products can lead to a person believing in God, e.g. smell , wind and electricity e.t.c. Although these small obstacles of everyday don't have to be natural . All these things that I have mentioned could lead a person to believe in God but there are also infinity more reasons ................................. ...read more.

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