What are the reasons for not believing in God?
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- Different reasons for being an atheist.
- Reasons focussing on lack of evidence.
- Reasons that treat God as unnecessary.
- Arguments for God aren’t convincing.
- The problem of evil.
- Reasons to do with science and the history of thought.
- Reasons that treat God as meaningless.
Is it normal not to believe in God?
And the vast majority of U.S. atheists fit this description: 81% say they do not believe in God or a higher power or in a spiritual force of any kind. (Overall, 10% of American adults share this view.)
Why we should believe in God?
All Things Are Possible With God He knows what is best for your life. If you feel like your goals are hard to achieve or even impossible, think again. Anything is possible with God. He has your back and will help you through anything, all you have to do is have faith.
What does the Bible say about not believing in God?
6, 8, 9). According to Psalms 14 and 53 the man who says there is no God is corrupt, is a liar, and never does good. It is no surprise that the Apostle Paul cites portions of these psalms in order to make his point that no human is righteous and that none seeks for God (Rom 3:10–12).
Can God Be Trusted?
God can only be trusted to fulfil his promises. He cannot be trusted to fulfil our agendas. That is why it is important to have a relationship with God. That way, we can hold God to the promises he makes to us and not even assume the promises he made to others in biblical days automatically apply to us.
Why should we trust God in difficult times?
Having faith in difficult times can allow you to find peace in God’s presence. When you are unfaithful, it can harden your heart with pride and cause you to grow distant in your relationship with Him. Learning to give up all your struggles and problems to God can lift a heavy burden off yourself.