1.  Babies

Because we are not able to explain life, especially, how if life began, what happened at that instant is proof that god exists.

2. Thunderstorms

What the OP wrote didn’t make sense. I will copy and paste it below.

I love to sit on my back porch in Florida and listen to the rumbling of thunder. It reminds me of God’s majesty and power. The apostle Paul said creation was the best evidence of God’s existence. He wrote, “For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen” (Rom. 1:20). Nature is actually full of quantifiable miracles. Just consider the fact that the earth is the perfect distance from the sun to support

life. If we were any farther away from the sun, we would freeze; if we were even slightly closer to it, we would burn up. It’s obvious God created this home for us!

3. Flowers

If you didn’t know why there are several flower varieties, now you know. God created them so we could have many colours to see unless you were born blind which means god only wanted you to smell the flowers.

4. The Bible

Do we need to say anything else?

5. The global spread of Christianity

If something is believed by many people, it must definitely be true!

6.  Jesus

The amazing thing about god is that he had no qualms committing suicide to save us from himself. How obstinate are these atheists to no see this?  

7. My personal friendship with God

Am convinced the moon is made of cheese. You may disbelieve everything else I say but you can’t disprove this. I have this feeling in my gut.

7 things that prove god is real

7 things that prove god is[n’t] real

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

22 thoughts on “7 things that prove god is[n’t] real

  1. Mordanicus says:

    Many things are only considered miracles, because people do not know how those event actually works. Further if god really is responsible for miracles, it are hardly miracles anymore.


  2. aguywithoutboxers says:

    Can’t every belief system claim the same? Does that answer any question at all? Good job, my friend! 🙂


  3. Allallt says:

    That feeling in your gut may be lactose intolerance.


  4. silly Christian. Everyone knows that it is Thor that causes storms.

    or Indra

    or Chaac

    or Whaitiri

    and, ah, the claim that the earth is the “perfect” distance. The usual arrogant theist claim that the earth was made for us, completely ignoring the concept that we evolved to exist on the earth. Would also wonder why this god intentionally made most of the earth very very hard for us to live on if it is so “perfect”.

    Claims of miracles take ignorance and arrogance. No god needed at all.


  5. Liberty of Thinking says:

    If god is portraying himself through thunderstorms, I’d invite the chap for a porch session right before another Katrina, waiting in awe until it declares itself over his head, house, belongings…
    But I’m ready to take that for granted; yes, I do believe that if there be a god, his “divine nature” and character are perfectly reflected in the mass murderous thunderstorms…


  6. ladysighs says:

    There is no reasoning with the unreasonable.
    And there is definitely no reasoning with your relatives and friends. 😦


  7. Ron says:

    “You wove me in my mother’s womb. … I am fearfully and wonderfully made” (Ps. 139:13, 14, NASB). Life is truly a miracle!

    Yes. Thank God for these fearfully and wonderfully made babies. {Warning: graphic images.}


  8. john zande says:

    Mmmm… It’s always telling when you see someone trying to convince themselves of samething.


  9. violetwisp says:

    “did a loving God create each individual shape and color scheme for our enjoyment?” Wow, you’d have to be pretty narcissistic to think flowers exist for your personal enjoyment (even collective enjoyment). Nutter.


  10. Ruth says:

    You’re all nutters! God created everything, including us, for his enjoyment. Don’t you know deities love a good game of solitary chess?!? He must have his pawns, you know.


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