No one can confirm or deny God’s existence. Over time many theories have evolved and intrigued people about the existence of God. While some of them found ground and were absorbed by a substantial population around the world, many people still remain unconvinced and seek empirical theories to believe that God exists. Here is a list of 10 indisputable theories, which have grabbed the attention of large audience around the world. Understanding them might convince you about the existence of God.
10. Holy Scriptures:
Thoughts and beliefs about God inscribed in the holy books of different religions are supreme. And, most people across the globe wouldn’t dare to question their reliability. If teachings are honored globally, so should the source. Humans haven’t been able to decipher a universal theory about the evolution of the world, and yet they believe it did evolve from some start. Likewise we may never be able to prove the existence of God, and yet, objecting the same will be no good.
9. Evolved truth:
With time many theories have evolved which have promoted one of the above mentioned viewpoints. Every religion in the world speaks about the existence of God, either in human form or as some supernatural power. So, you can suit yourself believing that God is a supernatural being or agree to the idea that he is present around us in human form.
8. Believers run the roost:
If we observe the number of believers and the non-believers present in the world, the former will easily outnumber the latter. This proves that a majority of people are in favor of the existence of God. And, not that one should follow what the majority holds true, but in this case the majority is supported by the Holy Scriptures as well.
7. Prove it then:
If for a given moment we abide by the views of non believers regarding God’s existence, then where is the proof? If his presence cannot be proved then so is his absence. Either ways the debate is difficult, and there is no scientific way to prove the existence or non-existence of God.
6. We are no one to question:
The main question that arises in the debate: who are we to decide about God’s presence? No matter what time frame we refer to, whether it is the present time or the ages gone by. A person can only judge another if he holds a superior ground than him. Standing on the lower berth and assuming self to be the best judge on the matter only shows foolishness and immaturity.
5. Science lacks proof:
Though many scientists have come up with diverse views on the matter, the research on God’s presence is not yet over. The existence or non-existence of God still remains a mystery for science. From the time when Darwin’s theory of evolution first came up to the present day, we have witnessed numerous scientific rationales given for and against the view and yet, at the end of the day, it is our beliefs that will determine God’s presence.
4. Complicated concept:
The subject is very complicated. It is a common argument given by the non-believers that God cannot be seen in broad daylight or at night, for that matter, and something that cannot be seen holds no validity. The simple answer to this is that he is on the different frequency level from us humans and we need to have high spiritual understanding to observe his presence.
3. Atheists form a sizable population:
Any issue is only valid if a sizable population stands in its opposition. With a considerable population of atheists, it becomes very clear that the theory holds some ground. The people in opposition against any issue are those who have some doubts regarding God’s existence. In their opposition lies the acceptance that there is something or someone called God.
2. Argument from design:
I bet you cannot question my reasoning of design. Though biology gives answers related to the anatomy of human body but it fails to divulge details about its creator. There should be a creator who created this whole earth and all things within. If we can create a robot and take the credit as its creators then someone must be the creator of human race.
1. Questioning our existence:
Till a few days back (end of 2012) we were talking about the end of the world – the Mayan apocalypse theory which failed. Even most of the non believers were seen thronging religious places in huge numbers for their survival and existence. When we are not sure about our safety and existence in the present world and depend on a supreme body, how can we question God’s existence?