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Re: Why Do People Deny That There's GOD ?

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Posted by NEO/">NEO on October 29, 1999 11:31:54 UTC

My dear fellow, I'm sorry for not giving you the reason. I didn't know where to start, I feel and I see so many evidence that build my belief. BTW, before stating your argument.. have you tried to learn and to discover religions ? Have you tried to find any logical and unlogical ways ? Let me ask you this.. Which one is correct : If we don't understand, we won't believe OR If we don't believe, we won't understand. ??? The question wheter GOD exists or not is the same as my question above. My religion, ISLAM or MUSLIM has The Holy Qur'an,it's the bible.It was found many centuries ago when people had very poor knowledge. But inside The Holy Qur'an, you can see the explanation of how humankind is created, The process of expanding universe, Photocynthesis (how d'u spell it), Process of making clouds, The growth of infant, babies,etc that has been discovered recently, many centuries after the Qur'an came down to the earth.There are so many more misterys in the Qur'an that haven't been solved yet. I do believe that we won't even solve all the misterys until the big bang. Our knowledge is absolutely not enough to understand the essence of the God, my friend...Open your mind and see the truth out there.

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