Do you believe in God

“Never suffer fools gladly.”

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#243 Mar 28, 2014
Yes, I believe in God. I believe that a higher power, a higher consciousness if you will, set everything into motion and created the universe and life as we know it. There's no conflict with science and my faith.

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Level 6

Since: Oct 09

New Zealand

#245 Mar 28, 2014
Truth wrote:
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Your jesus is dead like this man.Surely a loving santa clause would have heard his anguish and pain and rescued him from the cross right?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =bJy6KGyIAkMXX
[Sadat X]
Who is the Mystery God, have you seen him?
You can keep searchin for a trillion years
Keep spreadin dates but he never appears
Crazy delusions of a big white man
Sittin on the throne, magic wand in his hand..
"You go to heaven! Dude, you go to hell!"
Churches think this mystery seems to sell
i never click links from mentally disabled people lol.. don't worry man.. just imagine your death.. lol.. how sad fat lonely geek.. hoping to join Adam Lan.za in hell

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Level 6

Since: Oct 09

New Zealand

#246 Mar 28, 2014
Truth wrote:
OSHO: There Is No Creator
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =31WdaBusl2QXX
"if God can be there without being created,then existence can be there without being created"
OSHO: God Is Not a Solution - but a Problem
https://www.youtube.com/watch...
"i do not believe that God does not exists
i know for sure God does not exist
the existence of God would have created so many problems
if the world is created,there can be no evolution
evolution means creation continues"
i believe in a god.. why.. faggats like you exists.. that's why

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Level 6

Since: Oct 09

New Zealand

#247 Mar 28, 2014
Truth wrote:
I have blind faith that someone on topix is intelligent enough to answer the question believers in God fail to answer
"if your god has no creator does man/god need one, and why so?"
can the creator create the creator.. thing is you created that big shit on the toilet seat.. proving you create stink things

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Level 6

Since: Oct 09

New Zealand

#248 Mar 28, 2014
Samoan Irish wrote:
<quoted text>can the creator create the creator.. thing is you created that big shit on the toilet seat.. proving you create stink things
i believe in god.. cause i have a very godly mother.. when you have that godly example in your life.. you have the presence of the creator, sadly which many negros, faggarty and atheist, don't

“No Substitute For The Truth”

Level 8

Since: Jan 10

Orlando, FL

#251 Mar 28, 2014
Truth wrote:
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You cant assume a santa clause designed everything.Intelligence is nothing more than information processing itself. Information processes itself because, like math, there are harmonious states,like for instance a circle, and there are chaotic states,like a bunch of scribbles..Evolution is like making a hand learn to draw a circle, rather than a bunch of scribbles.Evolution is by nature the evolution of information into more synchronized/geometric/mathema tically harmonized states. The current age of the universe according to the Vedas is about 155.5 trillion years old. Life on earth ends destroying all the evidences and then again is recreated.Science confirms energy cannot be creayted or destroyed,only changes form. I wish i could get into a conversation about alchemy and quantum physics but i have to keep this discussion dumbed down since you have a religious santa clause point of view.Im one man fighting 90% forum of believers of santa clause,but i dont mind being a leader.Humans are followers by nature.
I'm NOT a follower since I value my beliefs regardless of mainstream beliefs and I see you do the same as well and I respect this. Of course I have strong beliefs in a creator for all the reasons mentioned above. I believe we as Humans and Nature is a reflection of a creator vs evolution. I believe in creationisms because Nature is art, math, science, laws and NOT a bunch of scribble which sounds more like evolution or something unplanned. Just my opinion!

“No Substitute For The Truth”

Level 8

Since: Jan 10

Orlando, FL

#252 Mar 28, 2014
Aquarius wrote:
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Once again you dodge the question my curious desciple. I don't have the patience to tongue wrestle like a women like you do.If you can't answer this simple question,then your point of view isn't very convincing. Here's your second chance to answer:
If your god has no creator, does man/god need one, and why so? Think about that question.
Everybodys watching,no pressure.Take your time.
You stated energy cannot be created or destroyed thus a creator doesn't need to be created. So we agree the unseen can exist in nature and life can exist without being created in nature.

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Level 6

Since: Oct 09

New Zealand

#253 Mar 28, 2014
Redefined wrote:
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I'm NOT a follower since I value my beliefs regardless of mainstream beliefs and I see you do the same as well and I respect this. Of course I have strong beliefs in a creator for all the reasons mentioned above. I believe we as Humans and Nature is a reflection of a creator vs evolution. I believe in creationisms because Nature is art, math, science, laws and NOT a bunch of scribble which sounds more like evolution or something unplanned. Just my opinion!
so you don't believe blacks are related to monkeys.. which i feel.. is the stigma or stereotype of why most people see blueskkyhacks in a primitive term

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Level 6

Since: Oct 09

New Zealand

#254 Mar 28, 2014
Truth wrote:
"Buddha used to tell a story again and again that once it happened, five fools crossed a river. Then they pondered over the matter because their boat had helped them so much. It was rainy season and the river was flooded and it was almost impossible to cross it without the help of the boat, so they said, "This boat has been so beneficial that how can we leave it here? We should show our respect and gratitude." So they carried the boat on their head in the marketplace. People asked, "What are you doing?" They said, "This boat has helped us so much, how can we leave it now? We will carry it our whole life. Even then the gratitude will not be enough. This boat has saved our lives."
Buddha said don't be like those five fools
"There was never a time when you were not alive!"--Bhagavad Gita
the truth is.. god annoying you.. and you dumb atheist want te attention of godly people like me.. sure mate.. but i never give knowledge to fools
Truth

Atlanta, GA

#255 Mar 28, 2014
Redefined wrote:
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You stated energy cannot be created or destroyed thus a creator doesn't need to be created. So we agree the unseen can exist in nature and life can exist without being created in nature.
You believe God created nature and energy.So how can we agree that life exist without being created in nature? It took you all night to come up with that word play.That's what science says about energy.But you believe your God is a conscious being somewhere over the rainbow that created everything including energy.You believe in a creator,that created everything right? I don't.So once again,you failed to answer the question. Once again,your god did not need a creator,so why does man need one,and why?
Truth

Atlanta, GA

#256 Mar 28, 2014
I have faith that someone on topix is intelligent enough to answer the question believers in God fail to answer.

"if your god has no creator, does man/god need one, and why so?"
Truth

Atlanta, GA

#257 Mar 28, 2014
Khalisa wrote:
Yes, I believe in God. I believe that a higher power, a higher consciousness if you will, set everything into motion and created the universe and life as we know it. There's no conflict with science and my faith.
There is a big conflict between science and your belief. I think I repsect religious people more than people who say "I don't have a religion but I believe in a higher power". So what are you doing with this belief? Nothing. That's easy and lazy.You're like luke warm water like jesus said he'd spit you out of his mouth.At least religious people are doing something with their faith.

“Never suffer fools gladly.”

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Since: Sep 08

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#258 Mar 28, 2014
Truth wrote:
There is a big conflict between science and your belief. I think I respect religious people more than people who say "I don't have a religion but I believe in a higher power". So what are you doing with this belief? Nothing. That's easy and lazy.You're like luke warm water like jesus said he'd spit you out of his mouth.At least religious people are doing something with their faith.
There's absolutely NO conflict at all with science and what I believe, and who are you to judge me and what I do with my faith when you don't know me? When did I say that I was not religious? That's what you ASSumed. I'm not a Christian but that doesn't mean that I'm not religious.

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Since: Mar 14

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#260 Mar 28, 2014
Truth wrote:
<quoted text>There is a big conflict between science and your belief. I think I repsect religious people more than people who say "I don't have a religion but I believe in a higher power". So what are you doing with this belief? Nothing. That's easy and lazy.You're like luke warm water like jesus said he'd spit you out of his mouth.At least religious people are doing something with their faith.
Belonging to a religion is like belonging to a club. It is at your will and just that, a club. One being religious doesn't mean they do not believe in God or a higher power. I respect those who practice what God wants outside of the church instead of those who are constantly in church during holidays saying their hail Marys but outside of it, they go back to their infidel ways. Saying you're a Christian doesn't mean you are going to heaven, assuming there is one. What's lazy is saying you're religious but never practicing what you preach. The hard work is when someone can walk the walk outside of the establishment. That takes real dedication.

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Level 8

Since: Jan 10

Orlando, FL

#262 Mar 28, 2014
Truth wrote:
<quoted text>You believe God created nature and energy.So how can we agree that life exist without being created in nature?
Energy may have always existed, this still doesn't mean it's being used or transferred. A ball doesn't use energy unless something pushes it thus energy is NOT useful without a Creator.
Truth wrote:
<quoted text>It took you all night to come up with that word play.That's what science says about energy.But you believe your God is a conscious being somewhere over the rainbow that created everything including energy.You believe in a creator,that created everything right? I don't.So once again,you failed to answer the question. Once again,your god did not need a creator,so why does man need one,and why?
We need a creator because we have a higher conscience. Can a higher conscience derive from an animal which operates primarily on a lower conscience?? Who gave us the ability to operate on a higher conscience?? Man did NOT create Nature and without a Creator establishing laws, we probably wouldn't exist due to breakdown. Laws create stability and order which helps sustain. We can't change the laws because we didn't create them, we only suffer the consequences.
Truth

Jonesboro, GA

#264 Mar 28, 2014
They are having a chuch revival in here..still with no proof.

Redefined and others are closed minded and only adhere to the bible and abrahamic religion.But you can find much knowledge in other,much older texts. They even mention dinosaurs living amongst men at one time.In one myth "Kashyapa's" wife is the mother of serpents .Hindu scrptures mention serpents(sarpas) who where huge and could eat a tree in a bite and where so huge that it felt like earthquakes when they walked.Dinasaurs in Hindu mythology refers to them as sharab which is known as the 'kaal of all jeevs' which implies they fed on all sorts of living species like T.Rex.Also you get the carvings on Angkor vat Temple.
Truth

Jonesboro, GA

#265 Mar 28, 2014
The ancients knew science but wrote scriptures in allegory.
Several orthodox vedic schools rejected a creator god. For example, nyaya, samkhya and mimamsa.Later around 600 BC, there were other non-orthodox atheistic school called Lokayata or Charvaka in India.

The 10 Avatars of Lord Vishnu are an allegory for the process of Evolution which is evident in nature.The incarnations of Vishnu (Dashavatara) is almost identical to the scientific explanation of the sequence of biological evolution of man and animals. The sequence of avatars starts from an aquatic organism (Matsya), to an amphibian (Kurma), to a land-animal (Varaha), to a humanoid (Narasimha), to a dwarf human (Vamana), to 5 forms of well developed human beings (Parashurama, Rama, Balarama/Buddha, Krishna, Kalki)

A soul takes birth in different species of life until it attains the form of a Human-being that enables it to strive for Nirvana.
Hindu texts mention 84 Lakh (8.4 million) different forms that a soul is obliged to take in order to reach a Human form which is close to the 8.7 million Eukaryotic species that scientists believe exist today.

Upanishads say:“anoraneeyaam” and “antascharati bhooteshu” meaning smaller than the smallest and that which travels inside every being.These micro-biomes which science talks about today.

OSHO: God Is Not a Solution - but a Problem


"I know for sure God does not exist
the existence of God would have created so many problems
if the world is created,there can be no evolution
evolution means creation continues"
Krishna

Dalton, GA

#266 Mar 28, 2014
Sir John Woodroffe (1865-1936), Advocate General of Bengal and Legal member of the erstwhile Govt. of India, had the same revelation after the study of Sanskrit texts. He said and I quote,

"Ages before Lamarck and Darwin, it was held in India that man has passed through 84 lakhs births as plants, animals, inferior species and then came the ancestors of developed man existing today. The theory was an act of brilliant deduction in which observation may also have had played part!"
Truth

Opelika, AL

#267 Mar 28, 2014
BrownEboy wrote:
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Belonging to a religion is like belonging to a club. It is at your will and just that, a club. One being religious doesn't mean they do not believe in God or a higher power. I respect those who practice what God wants outside of the church instead of those who are constantly in church during holidays saying their hail Marys but outside of it, they go back to their infidel ways. Saying you're a Christian doesn't mean you are going to heaven, assuming there is one. What's lazy is saying you're religious but never practicing what you preach. The hard work is when someone can walk the walk outside of the establishment. That takes real dedication.
How do you know what "God" wants? That's dangerous. Every dicator,terrorist or president says they're doing the will of "God".The Pope(pharaoh)is still the most powerful man using that gimick. I agree about being religious and not practicing what u preach as being lazy.I would think if there was a God that believing in him would have some benefit.How do you benefit in believing in him? If you're not doing nothing. But "believing",seems like you're in the same "club" as religious people.
Truth

Montgomery, AL

#268 Mar 28, 2014
You ask
Redefined wrote:
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Energy may have always existed, this still doesn't mean it's being used or transferred. A ball doesn't use energy unless something pushes it thus energy is NOT useful without a Creator.
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We need a creator because we have a higher conscience. Can a higher conscience derive from an animal which operates primarily on a lower conscience?? Who gave us the ability to operate on a higher conscience?? Man did NOT create Nature and without a Creator establishing laws, we probably wouldn't exist due to breakdown. Laws create stability and order which helps sustain. We can't change the laws because we didn't create them, we only suffer the consequences.
You ask-" Who gave us the ability to operate on a higher conscience??"

Close your eyes and ask yourself ,"who is doing this,who is thinking this thought?".And a sane person should come to the conclusion "I am".

You remind me of a story I heard once about a famous sage and his disciple in India. The disciple asked his master ," show me God,I want to see God". The sage replied ,"very well,I will show you God. Stick your head in a bucket of water and don't come out until you have seen God"

If I where to ask you to do the same 3 things will happen

A)you're going to see "God" while you have your head under water(I wouldn't hold my breath on this option happening,but its your choice)

B) you're going to drown to death waiting to see this "God" appear

C) you're going to pull your head above the water and realize it was you all along

You said-"Law creates order and stability

We are All-law/Allah so we have the ability to change them if you believe in supernatural.According the the vedas once you achieve a certain level of spirituality/mastery we humans have 9 siddhis(supernatural abilities)
But what about chaos? You can't have order without chaos(random events).Those random events are what scientists call evolution.Humans have not exited much longer than they have exited.

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