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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Proof that God exists!

Let us try proving that God exists conversly. As per defnition of God, " God is holy, just, full of truth, loving & the law giver".


Assume that God does not exist.
1) Good & evil exists in this world. Even an atheist would agree to it for sure.

2) But, man cannot set the rules for what is good & evil.
Say for eg: Mercy killing is it good or bad? As per a survey conducted by NDTV recently, 67% agree that it is Correct. The remaining 33% do not agree to it and feels that is Not Correct. We have different opinions here. A statement's correctness is purely relative and varies from person to person. So, man cannot be the moral law giver because what one feels to be correct may not be acceptable from the other person's perspective.

3) So the moral law giver should be someone who is true, just & correct always.

4) This matches with the definition of God. This conflicts our assumption.

Therefore God exists.


Blogger subramani said...

Good one!
"As per defnition of God" --- Where the definition is? Who defined it?

Wed Dec 17, 08:42:00 AM GMT+5:30  
Blogger Sai krishna said...

Is mercy killing accepted by God? Where are the morals?

Wed Dec 17, 09:07:00 AM GMT+5:30  
Blogger Nirmalanand said...

It is like a binary value.
If God exists, the negation of it is God does not exist.

Firstly, do you believe that Evil exists in this world??
If yes, the contrary is Good. Do you agree to it?
So, we arrive upon this definition.

The definition takes into account ALL the humans viewpoint in this world.
Man would fall into two category:
1) he believes in God
2) he does not believe in God.

If a person falls outside this category, we can ignore his statements. Do you agree to it??

Hence, the assumption[Statement 1] holds good.

Wed Dec 17, 01:23:00 PM GMT+5:30  
Blogger Nirmalanand said...

Good that you raised this point!! :)

I will post one relating that pretty soon. ;-)

Wed Dec 17, 02:52:00 PM GMT+5:30  

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