A thiest, athiest and agnostic argue other whether God exists.
No. God surely can't exist. I reckon we are all here by pure chance; nothing to do with God.
To be honest, I do believe in a God, but I'm not sure which one.
You guys don't believe in God? I'm a Christian. Haven't you heard of the miracles at Lourdes?
I have, but I believe science will eventually find an explanation, like they will for everything God allegedly created.
What's the First Cause Argument?
Well, you're entitled to your opinion but just think about this: there have been so many miracles, that some of them must be true.
It is the theory that everything in the universe has a cause, but there has to be an uncaused cause at the start, which is God.
The miracles at Lourdes are a strong argument, but I always think about the First Cause Argument.
Why does God have to be the original causer? It could be something completely different.
You have a point...but God is the only imaginable 'uncaused causer' for me.
I don't think God exists because He is said to have made all men equal in Sikhism, but it is clear that not all humans are equal.
This is also incorrect because Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism saw four sights; and old man, a sick man, a dead man, and a holy man. With the first three, he says that all life has suffering.
This is incorrect because God may not mean 'equal' in terms of wealth, but he could mean 'equal' in terms of free will, which God gave everyone.
You have some good points, but I am still sure that God doesn't exist.