Do you say ‘NO GOD’?

26 Mar


 Do u say ‘No God’?

“There is no God. God is something mankind has created to suit his personal desires.” Is this your statement?

Remember onething, from the beginning of this world, human beings recognized an unshakeable power which controls all their affairs.

For example, well developed civilizations who lived before 1000, 2000 years back believed in God. Eg. Romans, Persians, Greeks etc.

  In a research conducted in 1997, scientists have identified a ‘God spot’ in our brain. We have a small part called ‘epileptics’ in our brain’s frontal lobes. When you think about God, this part activates!!

For details click here

So physcologists, scientists say “Concept of God is something born with humans. Their physical nature facilitates them to know God”

I don’t deny the fact that, there ‘were’ and there ‘are’ people who deny God now and then. But you have to agree that there number is tooo low when compared with those who believe in God.

God Himself in His last book addresses those who deny His existence by asking 3 questions,


Or were they created by nothing, or were they the creators [of themselves]? Or did they create the skies and the earth? Rather, they are not certain.” [AlQur’an Chapter At-Toor 52:35-36]

Question 1: Were they created by nothing?

Think  my dear fellow beings, how can we be created by nothing? Nothing cannot create something. Nothing cannot create us.

We are created ‘from’ nothing but not ‘by’ nothing.

So there is something which created you, me, and all the things around us.

Question 2: Were they the creator of themselves?

Haha, did we create ourselves? U may say, “O yes! I create my children”. Nah! Nah! You give birth to your children you do not create them.

Even for the sake of argument if I agree with you that your mother created you, your grandma created your mother..move up..move up.. up..up..up.. NOW WHO CREATED THE FIRST MAN?

Did he create himself? Nah! This is not logic.. If u say he came from Monkeys i need another post to say IT’S WRONG AGAIN.

So there must be someone who created the first man and everything. 

Question 3: Did they create the heavens and the earths?

Hmm… no sane man will say, “I created the skies and the earth” 🙂

Simple.. some one has created them.

       So there is no logic in people saying, “There is no God”.

Ask an athiest, “You and your friend studied the same thing, worked the same way. But how come you succeeded this much and he is still an employee?”

Well.. he will say, “Oh! Thats my good time and his bad time”. Everything in his life is decided by good time, bad time, good time, bad time. TIME IS GOD FOR THEM.

            Think my reader, when your life is at stake, like when the flight in which u r fying is shaking in the midst of the sky, dont you shout “O God! SAVE ME?”

Lastly, you need to think about these facts:

1. Is there a God or not?

2. Does the people of past 50,000 years believed a wrong thing or is it me and those who say NO GOD are doing a MISTAKE?

      ‘For ur sake’ if we say no God, there is NO LOSS FOR THOSE WHO SAY THERE IS GOD…

      But if there is really a God, WHATS THE CONDITION OF U AND UR BUDDIES WHO DENIED HIM? Do you think He will leave u without a suitable punishment?

Think..Think..Think.. Stop0think…!!!

2 Responses to “Do you say ‘NO GOD’?”

  1. thinking smurf May 23, 2011 at 10:09 pm #

    This is going to be a quick post. All the issues you have raised above have already been debunked by many others many times, so I will just be brief. You can get more information by typing in youtube and watching talks by Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris and Christopher Hitchens.

    Question 1:
    The universe began with the big bang. No one knows, and when I say ‘no one’, I mean NO ONE, knows what happened at and just before the moment of the big bang, but we have a good idea what happened straight after the big bang. Scientists are still working on finding answers, that’s why we have the Large Hydro Collider. Experiments like these will help us understand the Universe as it was straight after the big bang. I do not know if we’ll ever find out what created the big bang, but like professor Atkins said, to say God did it when we get something we don’t understand, is intellectually laziness.

    Question 2:
    We are the product of a billion years of evolution. It is evident in the fossil records and in our genes. The theory of evolution is a FACT, supported by overwhelming evidence. In fact, we rely on theory of evolution to develop vaccines for diseases and many other scientific applications. Monkey and us share a common ancestor. YouTube “Carl Sagan Evolution”. Also read up on Richard Dawkins book “The Greatest Show on Earth” which explains the evidence for evolution.

    Question 3:
    OK not sure where to begin because I see so many errors in your logic and reasoning, but I’ll give it a try.

    God exists in the supernatural realm. Most athiests, including myself, don’t believe in the supernatural. So the ‘time is god’ logic is completely flawed.

    Here you are describing Pascal’s Wager, which states that you should just believe in a god, because if god doesn’t exist, then you’ve lost nothing, but if god exists then you have everything to lose. This, in my opinion, is a horrible and vile reason to believe in anything as it plays on humans fear. Using fear to convince of something as being true. First, there have been 10,000+ gods in the history of men. You are pretty screwed if you die, get to the gates of heaven, and it turns out Brahman is at the gates and you’ve been worhshipping the wrong god all along. Also, I’m pretty sure god will be able to see through you if you are just “acting” like you believe in him. No rational person can believe in something that is not reasonable to believe in; flying winged horses, virgins giving birth, men flying off into the sky. No sane person of reason can believe in such things.

    We are a very curious and inquisitive species. We are always looking for answers and explainations. When mankind didn’t have answers to the germ theory, or the planets and the stars, and why it rained, and why the Sun was bright and yellow and went from one side of the earth to the other side, we inserted God into the equation. God was the default “I don’t know, but God did it” explaination to everything we didn’t understand. Before germ theory, people thought god took revenge and killed people. At the very start, the most prominant thing in the sky was the Sun, thus the birth of the “Sun God”, which explained to the primitive minds of humans why the sun went down and came back up again; God went away at night, and arose again during the day. That say primitive way of understanding exists today, when even in the face of so much scientific reasoning and explaination, and so much evidence, people still try to explain the unknown by saying “God did it”.

    And lastly, you don’t need to scare people into believing in a god, it’s a poor reason and not evidence that god exists. I will leave with this quote from Epicurus, the greek philosopher from ~300BC:

    “Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
    Then he is not omnipotent.
    Is he able, but not willing?
    Then he is malevolent.
    Is he both able and willing?
    Then whence cometh evil?
    Is he neither able nor willing?
    Then why call him God?”

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