Do you have any evidence to support this? i understand what you are saying but nothing tells me it is more probable that those coincidences are "god" and not just randomly occurring coincidences. I have evidence god isn't real and evidence that your "force" isn't real either. Look around.... if a force is having his way why is there so much evil in the world.
371 days ago | Side: no
as it goes "god created animals, humans created themselves". So you see God did create the lives and the evil ones craved themselves out into evil. God is not a magical fairy in a fairytale having a wand that he would be able to turn a devil into a good person. He can only show you the way and you have to decide whether you would want to go on the shown path or go on the way you want..
367 days ago | Side: yes
im not asking for proof but do you have any kind of evidence to support his existence. so far all you've given me as evidence is there is a force but he doesn't do anything except guide us. That doesn't make much sense because a good atheist can give you all the guidance "god" gives you. the guidance in the bible and other holy books was written by people.
367 days ago | Side: no
Yes, Gods do exist. I am not talking of God as a person who helps you out whenever you are praying in front of him..!thats a misconception though..I refer to God as a mysterious hidden force..Co-incidences happen but sometimes lots of co-incidences happen in a chain. That's cause of this mysterious force, whom we refer to as God. :)
371 days ago | Side: yes
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