The debate goes on about God Vs. Science in the existence of everything. If you find an answer… more questions come up. You ask a question… you receive more questions.
The question that you are not hearing is:
“Does the human race need faith and the belief in a God to settle our worries and fears about what we don’t know even if we can disprove many beliefs with science and fact?”
Everyone can, and will, acknowledge the existence of other planets and solar systems. Don’t agree? Watch this short video on proof they exist:
So… you see them right? It’s only logical to conclude that in each of these systems there is a planet like ours that supports life. No? Maybe not all systems, but let’s say at least a few for arguments sake because this statement is as close to fact as you can get.
Now, let’s say God exists in a way that most religions view him today; I was brought up catholic with the Bible. Did our God in all the forms he is represented in our world visit all of these systems? Is he only our God?
The point is not to prove the existence of God as we know him, or prove “God” as a concept, or even support the Big Bang Theory. What I’m pointing out is that if a higher being does not exist AT ALL and it can be proven that this being does not exist how would the majority of the world’s population react?
It doesn’t matter what your belief’s or religion may be. You have just been shown proof that you are born, live, and die… that’s it. Nothing else… nothing more… What is your reaction? Can the population deal with this fact? Will people lose their mind? Will people view life differently? Will there be a major change in the planet? What will Religious leaders do or think?
Will people still believe in God or a higher being because they need that belief to cope with the unknown?; ESPECIALLY death and how they live their lives day to day?