Atheism: Why God Is The Necessary Being

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God is the Supreme Being. He is the Creator and the Sustainer of everything. He created everything out of nothing. He is the Necessary Being. Someone who has always existed, will always exist, and cannot not exist. He is someone who started everything and is the cause of everything. He is the pinnacle of perfection. He is the basis of goodness in this world. He can do things beyond our thinking. If He has the power to do things beyond our imagination, how come there are still imperfections in our world? How come there are people who oppose Him?
Atheism is the absence of belief in any gods or spiritual beings . They still follow moral codes like us; nevertheless they can create decisions without the help from God. There are many reasons why
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As a Supreme Being, why did He allow problems in His creations? If He created everyone as perfect beings, then every living thing will be also considered as Supreme Beings. He might not be called God. The world would be in chaos because everyone has the power to defeat him. The essence of perfection may not have existed at all because everyone is the same. Imperfection is defined as the state of being imperfect; absence of perfection. There are ideas that cannot exist without its counterpart. For instance, the idea of light could have not existed if there is darkness. If darkness is the absence of light, we can also define lightness as the absence of darkness. The same ideology can be applied to perfection. We cannot determine if something is imperfect without using a perfect being as a basis. Everything comes in degrees. Thomas Aquinas said that “Infinite Regress is impossible.” There will always be someone at the beginning and at the end. There should always be a basis for…show more content…
Like the light and dark analogy, we cannot distinguish the goodness without evil. Evil came as a result of the selfishness of man. Since everyone is free to do what they want, they give in to their desires such as greed and lust. “Where there is light, there must be shadow, where there is shadow there must be light. There is no shadow without light and no light without shadow.” (Haruki Murakami) In a world full of goodness and peace, there will always be evil and it may give birth to chaos. In a world full of evil and sufferings, goodness, hope, forgiveness, and sacrifice will always

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