Gay Andy

August 6, 2010

For Those People Who Don’t Believe In God . . .

Filed under: Uncategorized — gayandy @ 6:18 am

I’d like to see man create this!
Only a fool says there is no God. PSALM 14:1


A Macro close up pic of the human eye. Photographed by Suren Manvelyan.
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8 Comments »

  1. Sorry David I come under the fool side.

    Comment by Timmy Abbros — August 6, 2010 @ 7:54 am | Reply

  2. YUP… There is no god .. But it's OK to be young n foolish n happy n full of fun n trust people n believe in goodness.. That's what makes life worth living.. Depends if you're saying the same stuff when you're 85.. That is a problem..Have great weekend with your family n friends Andrew… It's a great blog, wonderful mostly.. so thankyou for your time, thought n efforts..Big Smiles.. Nicky

    Comment by Anonymous — August 6, 2010 @ 8:22 am | Reply

  3. if you re serious then u r clearly an uneducated fool…

    Comment by Anonymous — August 6, 2010 @ 9:47 am | Reply

  4. I think a person IS a fool to say absolutely there is no God. But before talking about God one must first DEFINE THEIR CONCEPT OF GOD. I'm sure some people think God is a judgemental old man with a long flowing white beard sitting on a cloud looking down on us, while others may simply define God as 'the reason for existence' but nothing more. Confusing this even more are the concepts of 'good' and 'evil' and the myriad of religions. But I think most religions try to give us values to live life with a clear conscience; but we must beware those who use religion for their own power and agenda. -We are priviledged today to have knowledge presented to us on a platter about the universe, and matter and energy on a sub-atomic level; and all this from an explosion from a point. Truly wonderous. bfn – Wayne 🙂

    Comment by wayner — August 6, 2010 @ 2:37 pm | Reply

  5. I'd like to see a god that can create it and ask that god who or what created that god. And then watch that god vanish in a puff of simple logic.

    Comment by PSR — August 6, 2010 @ 3:36 pm | Reply

  6. First of all , There is a GOD !If there wasnt a God who would of created earth ?if you say that we came from the Big Bang or from ape's who created the ape's ?There is always a greater power.Question: "Is God real? How can I know for sure that God is real?"Answer: We know that God is real because He has revealed Himself to us in three ways: in creation, in His Word, and in His Son, Jesus Christ.The most basic proof of God’s existence is simply what He has made. “For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that men are without excuse” (Romans 1:20). “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.” (Psalm 19:1).If I found a wristwatch in the middle of a field, I would not assume that it just “appeared” out of nowhere or that it had always existed. Based on the watch’s design, I would assume it had a designer. But there is far greater design and precision in the world around us. Our measurement of time is not based on wristwatches, but on God’s handiwork—the regular rotation of the earth (and the radioactive properties of the cesium-133 atom). The universe displays great design, and this argues for a Great Designer.If I found an encoded message, I would seek out a cryptographer to help break the code. My assumption would be that there is an intelligent sender of the message, someone who created the code. How complex is the DNA “code” that we carry in every cell of our bodies? Does not the complexity and purpose of DNA argue for an Intelligent Writer of the code?Not only has God made an intricate and finely tuned physical world; He has also instilled a sense of eternity in the heart of every person (Ecclesiastes 3:11). Mankind has an innate perception that there is more to life than meets the eye, that there is an existence higher than this earthly routine. Our sense of eternity manifests itself in at least two ways: law-making and worship.Every civilization throughout history has valued certain moral laws, which are surprisingly similar from culture to culture. For example, the ideal of love is universally esteemed, while the act of lying is universally condemned. This common morality—this global understanding of right and wrong—points to a Supreme Moral Being who gave us such scruples.In the same way, people all over the world, regardless of culture, have always cultivated a system of worship. The object of worship may vary, but the sense of a “higher power” is an undeniable part of being human. Our propensity to worship accords with the fact that God created us “in His own image” (Genesis 1:27).

    Comment by Anonymous — August 7, 2010 @ 5:53 am | Reply

  7. @ anony: Thank you! You've beautifully said everything that I wish I could have said. I'm standing in the same line as you waiting for the day when I can see Jesus face to face and say thank you for saving me from myself. I want to do right, but I do wrong. My flesh and my spirit are at war with each other. I know that because of Jesus my spirit has won the battle, and I'm on the winning team. But until that day comes when I'm standing at the gates of heaven I will continue to praise God and give thanks to Jesus, His Son and my Savior.

    Comment by D@vid @ndrew Del@cruz — August 7, 2010 @ 6:31 am | Reply

  8. If there's always a greater power, who created God? Please note that neither the big bang theory nor evolutionism rely on some kind of creation. They just describe how things went. There's no hint that matter was created at some point in time. It always existed, just in different forms.Laws of various degree of complexity describe how things work in the Universe. Some of them are so well understood by men that we are able to manufacture light detectors even better than the human eye.You can think of God as the reason why things behave like they do, and I might agree with that definition. But that's not something you need to or can prove, you just have to believe it. I think that's what faith is supposed to mean.

    Comment by S. — August 8, 2010 @ 9:36 am | Reply


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