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Is there a Supreme Being?

Question asked by: khulet

Asked on: 15 Mar 2010

This one is a question of faith.

That's because there is no clear cut rational argument to prove the existence of a God or supreme being. If there was such rational evidence then everyone would believe in that being and they don't as you can see in surveys on religion.

However there may be good reasons to believe that there could be a supreme being, particularly if you think that the only way to understand how the universe could exist is through the agency of a supreme being, which is why many people are agnostic or open minded, but it takes faith to believe that there definitely IS.

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Replied at: 16 Mar 2010
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