Which God

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    Do you believe in, and WHY?
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    The Christian God is the onlY ancient God who has stood the test of time!

    Every other God has fell

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    That's not true. Off the top of my head, I can name several hindu Gods who are still worshipped by millions
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    Their not "gods" and Hinduism is a lifestyle not a religion
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    Yes they are,and yes it is
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    No, it's not, Hinduims worship dietys, not gods, their different
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    Is that why you believe in the Christian God? Because he has "stood the test of time"?
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    Yes, roman gods fell

    It's one of the reasons
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    How are they different
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    Are there other reasons?
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    Yes, 

    1.Complications of life
    2.Laws of Nature is guided by God
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    induism is not considered a religion, because it does not fit into the common definition of a religion. It does not have a founder, nor does it have a particular scripture or sacred text which is universally followed by all Hindus. It is traditionally known as Dharma, which is considered eternal (Sanatana) because God is its source and support, which he reveals through Brahma, the creator God at the beginning of creation for the order and regularity of the world.


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    Yes, 

    1.Complications of life
    2.Laws of Nature is guided by God
    Do you mean complexities of life? Or are you saying something else?

    I think the laws of nature are probably created by God. But how do you know it's the Christian God?
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    complexeties, yes, and it's the Chritian God because they are no other gods
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    Why do we believe basically the same things, yet I am unconvinced God is the Christian God?
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    What God do you think
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    I don't know yet. Maybe God is unknowable.
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    No 
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    Do you know God then?
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    God doesn't talk to us

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    What were you saying "no" about then?
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    God is knowable
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    I'm a bit confused, sorry. Is God knowable or not? If so, how?

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    Yes, You can feel God's precence
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    Ok, I see what you mean now. I agree.

    About feeling his presence, I mean.