vahid safavi zadeh

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Does God exist?

There is freedom of speech

  • May 17 2013: The God who may Exist is no God. The God who may be spoken or written about is no God.
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    May 16 2013: Define your term please. What, exactly, do you intend by the word "God"? Also, what is your point with the statement, "There is freedom of speech."? Thank you!
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        May 18 2013: It is all too sophisticated for me. I just want to know precisely what is meant by Mr. Zadeh when he writes the word "God". It would be easier to answer if I knew he meant the god of the Koran, or the god of Zoroastrianism, etc. You think his ambiguous reference to freedom of speech is another way of saying "no holds barred"?
  • May 19 2013: a debate between an Astronaut and a Neurologist

    Astronaut: I have been many times to the space, but I have never seen a God up there.
    Neurologist: I have operated many brains but I have never seen an idea in it.

    God is an idea.
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    May 17 2013: I exist so does the God.

    Or God's existence depends upon my existence?
  • May 16 2013: That is a question human kind will never be able to answer without leaving room for doubt.
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    Jun 9 2013: No. For the same reasons that are already provided.
  • Jun 4 2013: Almost definitely no.
    There was never any good reason to consider gods existance.
    I believe the issue of god is one of psycology.
  • May 24 2013: It only exisit in people's heart.If he believe god is exist ,everything happened by chance is seem to be planed by god .
  • May 21 2013: Absolutely true.....
  • May 19 2013: I think God is a relative term. Which god? Whose god? Where is god? What is god? Why the need for god?
    These questions help one understand the reasons for or against existence of god. Those of us who question god's existence need to answer these questions first. Negation of any or all gods should be based on psychological and intellectual reasons. What we call facts are merely reasons for explanation of situational observations.
    Regarding existence of god, we first have to understand our own existence. What can be perceived by our five senses and what is beyond them rather what is extra sensory, if it exists. On which plane of existence do we start feeling our existence and where that plane ends or is that plane endless. Is god perceivable to our five senses. Is god comprehendable? Can we find reasons to disprove god's existence or prove the existence?
  • May 18 2013: Answer is No . Do your own thinking and research on this issue for yourself my opinion wont change your mind only you can change your mind and thinking understand?

    Be well .
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    May 17 2013: Yes, in the mind of s/he who believes .

    By the way what is the relation between your main question and what you wrote as explanation ?
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    May 17 2013: G'day Vahid

    The God of man in my mind no because there are obviously more living beings in this universe so how could there be just a God of man. A creative intelligent consciousness yes as we are proof of that as we are creators within our own right, we even create life, pour children are proof of that. If a conscious being like us can create life itself what can a more conscious consciousness create?

    Love
    Mathew
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    May 16 2013: I believe in a God that makes everything look like it's out of control and without purpose, because none of what we study ever points to supernatural guidance or intervention. We ourselves carry proofs of the absence of a designer or something like that.
  • May 16 2013: Nope.
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    May 16 2013: Yes. There is One.

    [Say, "He is Allah , [who is] One; Allah, the Eternal, Absolute; He neither begets nor is born,; Nor is there to Him any equivalent."] http://quran.com/112
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    May 16 2013: n
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