Well first get the actual argument straight. The debate from an atheist need not claim something came from nothing because no one can yet know if an absolute nothing ever was the state of things. As I have explained many times but you refuse to acknowledge, the hypothesis of Stephen Hawking's postulates that energy likely always existed. Thus absolute nothingness is just a relative term and not absolute.<quoted text>
My limited understanding cannot fathom how nothing can create something out of nothing.
To me,that is illogical and nonsensical.
Neither am I able to comprehend or explain how something"God" can have always existed.
But,the WORD OF GOD says" If you diligently seek me,you will find me.
Reluctantly,but,wanting to find out for myself,I tested God's word...
Through a series of events that occurred in my life,it became evident to me that God is real,and will reveal himself to those who seek him,as he promised.
I was not coerced,not delusional,brainwashed,did not hear voices,was not afraid of death,was not looking for a reward,eternal life or any such thing..
The events that occured in my life convinced me that someone was listening and responding to my prayers..
To those who do not believe,my faith is nonsense.
To me,knowing what I experienced to be real,gives a totally different meaning to my life....
It seems strange to me that you acknowledge the idea of a god coming from nothing or needing no creator does not exactly make sense, yet you keep insisting other hypothesis must make sense to you or else they are not true.
These concepts can be difficult to comprehend and I really do not expect average Joe to think about them enough or learn the facts enough to understand them.
I get you believe in god due to perceived occurrences. But I have seen studies of how flawed the human perception can be concerning these things. Humans naturally remember the positive events versus negative ones at a steady rate. So it is reasonable to assume you do as most humans do naturally.
What really leads me to believe you are deluded is the fact you keep ignoring my posts about this. It shows the consistent denial needed to stay in delusion.
It is not only you who does this, but it is every single regular religious poster on this thread.