Is there a God?


The problem with this question is that it automatically finds its basis in preconceived notions of God that derive from a pre-rationalistic age where the existence of God was solely tied to miracles he performed. But as science has taken the helm of progress, and begun to provide modern industrial miracles, we are less and less reliant on mystical miracles, and thus the very basis for our beliefs are diminished. If we are rather to look at the world for what it is, the concepts of God and providence become much clearer. We are people living in a constructed world, with infinite measures of understanding in the tiniest & most atomic of particles. A world of genius, a world which we are just beginning to explore. To know this world, to delve into its rationalism, the formation of its architecture, ecosystems and social systems, is to begin to understand the mind of God.

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