Thursday, October 5, 2006

Is it possible to prove the non existence of God?

This is a bit like trying to argue that there are no snakes in the wild in Ireland.

This is a long held belief, but you would have to look under every stone and in every bit of undergrowth to be absolutely certain.
You would also have to be looking in all the possible places a snake could live at the same time in case it was moving around.
Any rational person would agree that you can't prove without doubt that there are no snakes in Ireland.
Therefore, you can't prove that there is no God.

Furthermore, because God is spirit its much more difficult to find God than a snake.
You need to have spiritual antennae to detect spiritual things just like you need a radio to detect radio signals even though they are around us all the time.

Its not possible to prove the non existence of God unless you can explore the spiritual realm fully.

1 comment:

  1. True. Only the fool (insane/those who are acting) would say there is no God. God is spirit......God can't and doesn't fit into an innate mathematical formula. In other-words all people are attuned to God from birth until death. Outside of visible denominational divisions the church worships God through Christ. There is no other way to worship God. Our spirit desires to know God more and to be with God. We can have all the divinity and theological degrees in the world but not know God personally. It is better to know God personally than to sit and boil in sins unknown and irretrievable to the human eye and to human judgment.