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Why God?

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Posted by Yasir on January 19, 2002 15:09:25 UTC

Sorry, to interrupt but I badly want to know some things here.
Why does God jump in ll the discussions when there are unanswered or unexplained questions?

What compels us to believe that you need some unknown supernatural thing to control all the natural phenomena by handpicking the universal constants?

Why is it difficult for us to simply say that we don't know yet if there is God or no God?

Why theism or athiesm? Why not just pure science?

Why we should talk about God?

Why the presence or absence of God should be commented upon?

Why don't we say that we don't know if God is there or not, lets just do science and only science?

Why God is so important to us?

I know that I have drifted away from the original theme of discussion but lets just revise here God's importance to a man.

Yasir.

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