I'm asking once again from the religious community of?

I'm asking once again from the religious community of Oyish if they can provide even a single piece of empirical evidence that their particular god or gods exist. Do you have any evidence of these magical beings or are you just blindly believing in something because it gives you psychological comfort?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sun come up

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      You shit your pants and you think its evidence of a magical being existing?

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    the fact that something is rather than not is convincing enough for me that there is some higher entity that created everything around us, I've been thinking about the purpose of it all and ever since I've been leaning towards the concept that it all is just to be in awe of God and praise him

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >are you just blindly believing in something because it gives you psychological comfort?
    Yes and because it makes me a better person
    What are you 13 yrs old and complaining your parents take you to church on sunday? Grow up

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Yes and because it makes me a better person
      At least you're honest but your ad-hominems are quite childish. I will monitor this thread and make a new one tomorrow if no proofs have been provided.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yesterday I went to masjid for friday prayer. The day before that I read through the gospel of Matthew in the bible. It was great and im having a great time. Religion for me reminds me of whats important in life and replaces the negative thoughts in my head with positive ones. I dont care if its real. The effects it has on me are real. I have no problem taking from your culture what benefits me. I am a white man and I can do anything I want.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Anon basing your life off a lie will catch up to you. At some point you’ll find yourself arguing with someone that something is real that neither of you believe in.
      You’ve tied your brain in knots and you will trip over it

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Faith requires no proof.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm not asking about your faith I'm asking for evidence.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        They have none bro. It’s all a fantasy

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >They have none bro. It’s all a fantasy
          Proof?

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        People who have faith in God don't need proof, because proof would undermine faith.

        • 9 months ago
          Anonymous

          >because proof would undermine faith.
          That makes no sense to me, proof only strengthened my faith.

  5. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >empirical evidence
    The simple fact that the Universe exists. Let me run you through the logic.

    We do not live in a random Universe. A random Universe, a TRULY random Universe, would have no consistency in it's laws or nature. Particles, if they could even form, would change their nature continuously. Matter would react differently from one moment to the next. The "laws" of physics and motion would have no consistency and change from second to second (or even faster). In a truly random Universe, even the shape and function of space-time would function randomly over distance and time. It would be a truly chaotic and impossible, possibly even illogical, mess.

    Our Universe is not random, it is ordered. It may appear random due to the insane complexity and sheer number of variables and unknowns at play, but there are solid, predictable rules governing the Universe. Matter reacts the same way in the same configurations. Space-time is relatively consist with the exception of extreme outliers. The real kicker is that even with all that complexity and all those trillions of variables, we very obviously live in a Universe of repeating patterns. If something happens once, it WILL happen again, and again, and again. The whole basis for the scientific method is based on the order of the Universe. A random Universe cannot produce consistently verifiable scientific data. Another great piece of evidence for this is the impossibility of mathematics to generate truly random numbers. No algorithm exists that can generate a truly random number from a pool. They can use complexity and thousands of variables to generate a simile of randomness, but the number can still be traced to an origin. This is a well known phenomenon in computer science for example.

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    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      2/2

      Chaos and random chance cannot, under any circumstances, give rise to an ordered structure. Not even with infinite time or energy. Order can not arise from random chaos for the simple reason that even if random chance created a stable structure or the right laws of physics to produce a stable structure, the randomness of the system would completely destroy the stable structure in the next moment. Chaos and random chance are an illusion born of a vastness of variation and variable that the human brain can scarcely imagine. There is no chaos, only the illusion of chaos due to the complexity of the order.

      This ordered Universe could ONLY be the product of order, and thus, it must be a constructed thing, created by an ordered being. Or perhaps only order has ever existed. Personally I have a strong inclination toward space-time being cyclical and thus order being the permanent state of reality; but it need not be so. The point is, an orderly system of reality can only be created, it cannot come into being randomly, ergo, God (whether higher being or the Universe itself, or the concept of Order, whatever the case is) MUST exist. Our Universe could not exist without some kind of creator or creational force.

      Tl;dr, our Universe is one of order, Order can never be a result of random chaos, and thus a creator must be responsible.

  6. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    What about the hundreds of mystics who had direct visions with the divine and somehow came out to say the same thing? Do you know who the OP quotes?

  7. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >magical
    I really hate when atheists misuse this word as a synonym for "fictional", oftentimes in the same breath as claiming "in an earlier time, scientists would have been burnt at the stake as witches"

  8. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    Observed imperfections imply the existence of perfection

  9. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    And we're answering again that yes, you can directly verify God if you pray.
    >psychological comfort
    Because being held accountable in eternity is so much more comfortable than atheists gooning all day...

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