The debate "God exists and is still going to do miracles today according to his will and anyone who needs it" was started by
September 1, 2016, 8:31 am.
12 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 9 people are on the disagree side.
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historybuff posted 3 arguments to the disagreers part.
jack_tim_45, Najam1, fadi, sabrina, neveralone and 7 visitors agree.
north, historybuff, neha_22a, seekertruth, makson and 4 visitors disagree.
If your trying to tell me I have no evidence you are morally wrong. What more evidence is there besides the world around you? How could a world such as the one God has given us be created by accident?
God created the lightning, God created you and I. To say a miracle is not possible isnt the right focus on the idea, God will do a miracle for everyone when it's his will to do so, and the supernatural is a real thing, there is life after death,
supernatural events just describes events that people can't explain. thousands of years lightning was supernatural and people worshiped a god who threw it.
Yes, I understand that train of thought. It makes perfect since when you discount the fact seeing supernatural events that are also documented. How do you feel about interdimensional beings?
many people have unlikely events happen to them that they ascribe to a deity. this is not evidence of miracle. unlikely events are statistically unlikely to happen to one person, but in a group as large as the population of the US they are virtually guaranteed to happen.
Some people have life experiences, such as miracles, that make people believe in God or assume that it can only be explained by a supernatural deity. It not only goes for miracles, but actually seeing a supernatural event.
there's no evidence any deity has ever preformed a miracle. therefore it seems unlikely to occur in the future.