Sunday, October 10, 2010

If God exists, How come he doesn't supply evidence to prove his existance?

There's eyewitness accounts to say Jesus turned water into wine, Muhammad made trees walk and speak, Buddha walked on water, etc.

There's nothing that sets them apart, it's all eyewitness accounts. For the purpose of being not biased, you can't simply choose one myth and then declare it as true. It's perfectly reasonable not to believe in the Quran, the bible or any other holy book.


But what I don't understand, if God exists. Why doesn't he just show ample evidence so that nobody could unreasonably believe in that deity?

Of course the response Im going to get is believing in god is perfectly reasonable.

I don't think so, But. If God really loved us, and didn't want us to burn in hell. He could simply show himself and then everyone would have absolutely no objection to believing in him.

If God is all-powerful, why doesn't he show himself?

Answer on If God exists, How come he doesn't supply evidence to prove his existance?

Sometimes, it's hard to let go of a belief. No, the Titanic will not be docking in New York. No, Amelia Airheart will not be touching down in Howland Island. No matter how much you want to believe, it's not going to happen. Will God show himself? No, because he was created by human beings to explain how and why the world works the way it does.