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In Search of God

In Search of God

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Some thinker has said, ‘A smattering of knowledge turns people away from God. Greater knowledge brings them back to Him’. The author concludes in this book by examining various theories that the choice humanity has is not between the universe with God and the Universe without God. The real option is between the Universe with God and no Universe at all. Therefore humanity is compelled to opt for the proposition of Universe with God. Hence it is logical to say l exist, therefore, God exist. In essence, In Search of God proves the existence of God beyond doubt.
Some thinker has said, ‘A smattering of knowledge turns people away from God. Greater knowledge brings them back to Him’. The author concludes in this book by examining various theories that the choice humanity has is not between the universe with God and the Universe without God. The real option is between the Universe with God and no Universe at all. Therefore humanity is compelled to opt for the proposition of Universe with God. Hence it is logical to say l exist, therefore, God exist. In essence, In Search of God proves the existence of God beyond doubt.

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Published by: iRaghd on Jan 11, 2010
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In Serch of GodTable of Contents
 
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 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents...............................................................................2
 
1. A Most Evident Mystery.................................................................3
 
2. Does God Exist?..............................................................................5
 
The Beginning of the Universe....................................................11
 
Expansion......................................................................................13
 
Harmony.......................................................................................14
 
The Right Proportion....................................................................15
 
Checks and Balances....................................................................18
 
3. Man Does Not Stand Alone.........................................................21
 
4. God–A Source of Conviction........................................................25
 
5. God-Oriented Life.........................................................................30
 
6. The Concept of Accountability....................................................36
 
In Search of God...............................................................................40
 
 
In Serch of God1. A Most Evident Mystery
 
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1. A MOST EVIDENT MYSTERY 
W
HAT ONE
is most convinced of is his or her ownexistence. Despite this, in purely scientific terms,everyone is a mystery. For man is not what hephysically appears to be, but consists of what hecalls I, and the I is not observable.That is why when the philosopher Rene Descartes(1596-1650) wanted to give proof of his ownexistence, he did not say: “I consist of a body that isobservable, therefore I exist.” Instead he had to say:“I think, therefore I exist.”Man undoubtedly has an observable existence. Weall know that man exists. But, in fact, this man’sexistence is at the level of “I” and the cognisance ofI is at the level of perception or comprehension, andnot at the level of observation.Exactly the same is true of God. It is, as if, God is aGreater I. God, at the level of His creation, isdirectly observable. But God at the level of HisBeing is not directly observable by man. We shallhave to believe in God on the basis of the samelogical principle which Descartes employed to

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