Have you ever wondered what makes a human believe in Gods? Does it follow a logical sequence of events? Would a God willing and able to intervene on earth by sending His angels to punish evil doers or by sending His only son to die for our sins, be considered rational and believe in that God’s plan? Does it make sense that a being who does not believe in a higher power is going to receive punishment in this life? Visit here for more information.
We know that a belief in a higher power is not something we are born with. Some people may have a predisposition to seeing and feeling things that others around them may not. But, that doesn’t mean that they don’t have a belief. That just means that they don’t see the need to go to God for help in their lives.
We all have different beliefs and some people are more prone to have strong beliefs and some aren’t. I remember when I was younger watching the nightly news. The thing that struck me as strange was that every night there was someone that died in a car crash, never mind that there were probably thousands of people dying in car accidents that day.
Now I am not talking about the belief in Santa Claus, although I believe that is something that has a place in the human soul and that is very cute for children. No, what makes a human believe in something is what they can experience and see for themselves. In other words, I don’t believe in Santa Claus because I have never personally had a chance to meet him. But, I do believe that if I have been blessed with four children, then Santa Claus has definitely made my life easier.
If we were to ask the question what makes a human believe in gods, we would get a lot of different responses. Some people would say that it is because they have had personal experience with deities and other supernatural beings. Of course this is just a small part of the answer, but it is an important part of the answer. Others would say that it is because of their religion, that their religion provides them with evidence that their deities exist. And of course this is a valid point, religion provides evidence.
So now that we know what makes a human believe in gods, we need to move onto the next step and figure out what kind of beings actually exist. Of course there are many different beings that could be considered divine, and as with everything else we are going to get a lot of different answers. But I think that the majority of people would agree that there are beings out there that are very spiritual, that are very caring and loving, that are trying to help us, that have a desire to spread the word about their existence. Of course there are beings out there that are very unspiritual, that don’t want to help anyone at all. And then there are beings that are very benevolent, they want to bring good things into the world and make the world a better place.