If I do not see I cannot believe

Arguments for God’s Existence

Perhaps you say: “I would believe in God if he showed himself to me.” Why are you sure that you would certainly believe? If somebody doesn’t want to accept something, even the clearest sign will not convince him. As an illustration, everybody could experience that one can deny truth. If somebody has lied at least once in his life—who can say he hasn’t?—he has rejected already once the truth that he recognised (in that specific situation). So it is possible that someone sees what is right but doesn’t accept it. It is not enough only that the truth is revealed, but also a personal acceptance is needed.

If the almighty God showed himself in all his power and might, man would be forced to believe in him. Man would not be free anymore to decide on his own to lead his life according to the commandments of God.

On the other hand, in this writing we try to show that in reality God has already showed Himself to all men, in different forms and He is ready to show even more if readiness and receptivity are present.

There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. (Albert Einstein)

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