Existence of God

Let’s talk a bit about the ever-so-elusive entity, called God.

To begin with, God Doesn’t Exist.

Because if he does, he hates the entire mankind more than the people of one religion hate those of another.

For if he exists, he is the one responsible for Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Pandemics, and every other natural disaster you can think of.

Bhagwad Gita – Adhayay 9: Shlok 8

“Poori srishti ka sarjan meri ichha se hua hai. Iska vinaash bhi meri ichha se hoga. Ye poori srishti meri ichha ke aadheen hai. Iske sarjan aur vinaash ke lie sirf main, aur main hi zimmedaar hun”.

The entire Universe was created because I chose to create it. Its destruction will also be my choice. This entire Universe is mine and works according to my will. Only I am responsible for both its creation, as well as destruction.

Holy Bible – Isaiah Chapter 54 : Verse 16

“See, it is I who created the blacksmith who fans the coals into flame and forges a weapon fit for its work. And it is I who have created the destroyer to wreak havoc;

Quran-e-Sharif – Surah Az-Zalzalah [99:1-8]

“Jab zameen apni poori shiddat ke saath hila daali jayegi, aur zameen apne andar ke saare bojh ko nikaal bahar daal degi, aur insaan kahega ye usko kya ho raha hai, us din, vo apne upar beete haal bayaan karegi, kyunki tere rabb ne use aisa karne ka hukum diya hoga”.

When the Earth is shaken with its [final] earthquake, And the Earth discharges its burdens, And man says, “What is with it?” – That day, it will report its news because your Lord has commanded it.”

Guru Granth Sahib – Guru Nanak Dev

“Lakkhaan Akaash, lakhaan pataal sirje maalak ne. kuch abaad, kuch barbaad kitte maalak ne”.

He created millions of galaxies and millions of Underworlds. He let some flourish and destroyed some.

“Aisa sama ayega, jad duniya rabb nu bhul javegi, fer aisi tabaahi aavegi ki duniya mukk javegi”.

A time will come, when the world will forget about the God. And when that happens, he will cause such destruction that the entire human kind will come to an end.

Baba Nanak also said, “Aisa waqt ayega jad dharti te insaanan di ginti vadd jaeyegi. Os waqt, Punjab ch nau nau neje paani bhar jauga te duniya akhirle samay te pahunch jaugi”

A time will come when the number of houses on Earth will increase beyond expectation. The land of Punjab will be drowned under water and the world will reach the end of time.

All of these mean the same.

The crux of the matter is, according to those religious books, everything that happens, has happened or will happen, is the doing of God.

People dying. Natural disasters. Rapes. Thefts. Robberies. Everything.

So, if God controls everything, he sure does hate you. Because I can’t come up with any other tangible explanation as to why he would let someone rape a 6-month old, or why he would let a bus full of people going to some temple, fall off a cliff, or why he would let those who spend most of their lives worshiping him, being called outcast and left alone to rot to death.

Either he doesn’t exist. Or he hates you exponentially more than you love him.

P.S. I didn’t say any of it. It’s all GOD. The threats and everything. It’s all him.

The ‘him not existing or him hating all of you part’… that was me.

But you see, the me part is rational, still some of you will lose it.

The he part is mean and pathetic, still you’ll continue to love him.

Bloody hypocrites.

Categories: religion, World

123 replies

  1. I hold to the Riddle of Epicurus, despite the question of its origin and author.

    If God is willing to prevent evil, but is not able to,
    Then He is not omnipotent.
    If He is able, but not willing,
    Then He is malevolent.
    If He is both able and willing,
    Then whence cometh evil.

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  2. I see what you’re saying, and your logic is sound, but I don’t think the point of life is to live a pain-free, blissful experience. We wouldn’t even know what bliss was if it wasn’t for wars, famines, and natural disasters. These things are unpleasant yes, but they exist because they have to in the name of balance. Religious books are stories we tell ourselves to explain away these disasters. But for me, it’s not good or bad, it just…is.

    Great article!

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  3. Your missing that God is good, God is loving, God is kind. It’s we who choose otherwise. And since we where created with free will, as a gfit of love. We ourselves are to blame for our trubles. Don’t blame and dismiss God..

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  4. “For this is how God loved the world: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.God sent his Son into the world not to judge the world, but to save the world through him. John 3:16

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  5. 1 John 5:19 We know that we are of God, and that the whole world lies in the power of the evil one.

    The reference to destruction in the bible usually has something to do with removing the bad things, the evil one means Satan. The fall of man in the biblical garden of Eden took man, by his own choice, out of Gods rulership and into Satans hands and that is why so much goes wrong.

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    On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
    I am quite sure that God created me

    On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
    I am absolutely sure that I created God

    On Sundays I always always know better


  7. We have to start from the beginning. According to the Bible and the Quran, both of which I am familiar with, God created a perfect, safe, peaceful world. He had however created man with freewill because He did not want to be domineering. So, man had a choice between doing good or bad, both with consequence. The disobedience caused all the evil we see. If man had chosen to not do evil in Eden, man would not have been sent out from God’s presence. We would all be living in that perfect place now. Instead, we now live here, with its imperfections.

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  8. To quote your thought-provoking post: ‘The crux of the matter is, according to those religious books, everything that happens, has happened or will happen, is the doing of God.’
    You know when the military have to undertake controlled explosions, they can still be very destructive, but they are done to limit and control the damage. The ‘doing of God’ is to create a perfect world, but also to give mankind freewill (He doesn’t want obsequious clones as His children). We can choose to remain in that good and perfect state or to leave it by choosing (not necessarily consciously) to follow the devil, who’s only ambition is to blind us to the truth of God’s goodness and separate us from God’s love and family. As none of us are perfect and all fail and fall, God gave us the opportunity of Salvation through Christ’s sacrifice so we can again be with Him. Obviously the world is now a damaged place and suffers because of the fall. God by His very Holy nature cannot associate with imperfection, and therefore has to separate Himself from it. That is part of His judgement and that in itself leaves us open to exposure to the worst imaginings of the devil. We have to be sure to know who our real enemy is. Even if we misdirect our animosity towards our Father God (which the devil sees as his victory), our Creator is still a good God and still loves us (in a much deeper way than I still love my son even if he chooses to ignore my advice or direction and ends up the ‘victim’ of some minor ‘natural’ disaster).
    Hope this makes some sense. I’m sure I am a hypocrite in some areas of my life, but loving God because He first loved me, I don’t think is not one of them.
    Thanks for your article.


  9. Oh sweetie… reading this didn’t make me angry, just sad because I can tell you feel all this very strongly and I’ve been there.
    Well, I can’t say anything anyone else hasn’t pointed out already. but I wonder why you would post something that was so blatantly just trying to get people to argue with you and prove you wrong, if maybe, you weren’t wondering just a little if there is an explanation for all this.
    The Bible also says God is not willing that any should perish, and takes no pleasure int he Deaths of the Wicked. He spared entire nations like Ninevah His wrath because they repented.
    God never destroyed a nation that repented, it was their choice to keep doing wicked things. That account is simply incorrect.
    But I agree it’s hard to understand child rape and freewill. God hates it when innocent people are wronged, but He doesn’t stop it for the same reason the Government doesn’t catch every crime, because if we were micromanaged, you couldn’t really call us good or bad, we wouldn’t have the ability to help people or hurt them, because we would have no choice.
    I hate evil, but I love goodness, and I wouldn’t want to give it up.
    The Bible promises justice for all those who get hurt, whether before death or after, and it promises God will heal those who are hurt by the world, but He will not stop all evil because He wants humans to be responsible for our own actions.
    I mean, you couldn’t question God and reject Him if He took away your ability to choose, you couldn’t post this post of hatred toward the very idea of God, and that might be just as bad a sin, if God is real, than murder is, yet God allows you to choose or reject Him, and live your life that way. Asking Him to stop all evil is asking to be made a robot yourself, because you have evil inside you too, just like I do, and everyone, even a child, does.
    I wish it weren’t so, but I can’t deny it, I feel God really has no other way to run this universe then by letting us have freewill, and that means letting us do terrible things if we choose to, though He does deliver us also.
    But it took me a long time to understand this, and being in authority myself before I really began to get it, there are still times I wonder why, but I have seen God’s goodness too much to doubt He is good. That’s why people still believe in a good God, not because they don’t believe evil happens. But because with all the evil there is, it’s far more unlikely there would still be goodness in the world at all, how have we not wiped ourselves out yet? To me that’s proof God must be good, what else could make goodness survive if not a Divine Power.

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  10. Although I don’t agree with you but like the way you have written with conviction and shared the texts. Each person is entitled to their opinions and you expressed yours quite well.
    If you read the Bhagwad Geeta in detail, you would perhaps thin differently.


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