What do you think is the right reason for believing in God?
or don't you think there is one? Thank you.
Asked By: Bubbles™ - 12/9/2010
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Answered By: math quest - 12/9/2010
Additional Answers (12)
Because He is.
Answered By: Pastors George and Sharon - 12/9/2010
If God exists and is interested in us, then that would be a good reason. Make up you own mind.
Answered By: za - 12/9/2010
Personally I don't think, in this enlightened age, that there is any good reason to believe in god. There's no excuse for it either, except for those who are too scared to face reality.
Answered By: Oldgrump - 12/9/2010
There are no right reasons for belief in any gods.
Answered By: Dreamstuff Entity is risen - 12/9/2010
The right reason would be because there is evidence to support that belief. So far such evidence has not been provided.
Answered By: sailormandave - 12/9/2010
The only reason to believe in anything is evidence. No evidence==No belief.
Answered By: Sd Sd - 12/9/2010
Because the might of Zeus created our world together with Poseidon and Hades. Every where you look you can see their creations. When we die the good will go to the Elysian Fields while barbarians and heathen slaves will go to the dark realm of Hades.
Answered By: Gaurdian 323 - 12/9/2010
Summmmmmmer, winter, spring, and fall He'll be around to hear your call. There is no better time than right now!! You arent promised tomorrow
Answered By: Peedi - 12/9/2010
The only 'right' reason to believe anything is because there is evidence to support it.
Answered By: Staci J, Atheist-Pancake Lover - 12/9/2010
Uhh cuz He's realer than even you are? And He loves you dearly? And without God you will be lost for eternity? If that's not enough then you have much to learn.
Answered By: Pontiff - 12/9/2010
Any based on actual evidence - thus, none
Answered By: TheMadProfessor - 12/9/2010
I don't think you need a reason to believe in Him. If you do, then you just do. If you don't, then it's mostly because you don't feel that you have physical, concrete evidence of His existence.
Answered By: *Blessed* - 12/9/2010
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