Does God exist, and does it even matter?

“The more we get to know about our universe, the more the hypothesis that there is a Creator God who designed the universe for a purpose gains credibility as the best explanation of why we are here.”

 Dr. John Lennox

The debate about God’s existence is as old as the hills and so out of date that nobody even pays attention to it anymore. The problem is that, frankly, nobody cares anyway. Everyone wants to be left alone and live according to their whims and convictions. There is only one slight problem, though—God does exist, and He has set specific rules for the entire universe. Still, surprisingly enough, man has decided not to conform to them, which has led to all human misery and suffering from the dawn of humankind to the present day.  

But before we go into the details, let’s examine the evidence at our disposal regarding God’s existence. First, we possess the sacred texts that encompass the teachings of spiritual leaders, prophets, and seers who asserted to have established a connection with God and heard His voice. And although nobody could understand what was going on in their mind, the religions they founded have gained billions of followers over thousands of years. There is no need to emphasize that such resilience could not rest on mere lies and happenstance. Let’s take Christianity, for instance. How would you explain that a relatively young religion, initiated by one individual and disseminated by his twelve disciples two millennia ago, has since attracted billions of followers (2.6 billion as of today) and endured for such a long time? The only plausible explanation is that so many miracles happened over time that it was impossible to ignore Jesus’s word, which spread like wildfire over the centuries. In addition, Christianity was savagely persecuted for the first 300 years of its foundation. Its followers were burned, thrown in the lion’s den, crucified, tortured, and murdered en masse. Yet, Jesus’s teaching survived despite all these atrocities and, ultimately, it won, which is another wonder in itself.

Unfortunately, in more recent times, the pendulum swung again, sending us back to the starting point. Eastern Europe’s communists tried for half a century to persuade us that there is no God and that religion is “the opiate of the masses.” This notion ended up in total collapse, and once again, truth and justice reigned. Look at their politicians now—the most zealous Christians of all time. But we had already been warned about such wolves in sheep’s clothing.

And what about Western governments? Even worse—they hide their satanic faces under the mask of laicity and egalitarianism (not much different from the communist concept of equality, though), trying to eradicate every religion and replace them with empty ideologies, hollow beliefs, mindless competitions, and non-existent, fabricated problems. Religion is banned as a discipline in school, replaced by gender propaganda and brainwashing. Observe the Canadian mass media by the end of the year, for instance, and you will understand that on Christmas, we celebrate Santa Claus, his reindeer, and all the presents under the Christmas tree. Not a word about Jesus’s birth. How about Easter? If you ask a child why they don’t go to school on Friday and Monday, they will explain that the Easter Bunny brings painted eggs and a lot of chocolate. To top it all off, we must greet each other with “Happy Holidays” out of fear of not hurting someone’s non-Christian feelings.

But this propaganda will not last either, as nobody can extinguish the inextinguishable, and the truth will always prevail. Of course, nowadays, we are far removed from the strength of our ancestors regarding faith—these generations of idiots, created in the hi-tech, TikTok era would rather die for their cellphones than such abstract things as God (at this point, I can’t resist quoting Einstein):

However, speaking of technology and science, a second, far more intriguing piece of evidence is surfacing: contemporary science is starting to change its opinion regarding God’s existence (to be continued).

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