Of course I do. You see Christianity is a faith-based religion. It is based on faith in God and in His Son, Jesus Christ. God has provided us with His Word, the Holy Bible, as a testimony of His faithfulness to His people all throughout history. In its bare essentials, Christianity is faith in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ claimed to be the promised Messiah and the Son of God. His life was one of perfect righteousness according to the revealed law of God and His death was an atoning sacrifice for the sins of His people. By placing our faith and trust in Christ alone for our salvation, God takes our sin and places it on the cross of Christ and awards us, by grace, with the perfect righteousness of Christ. That, in a nutshell, is the Christian message. As Christians, we are called to believe this message and live in light of it.
I believe in the God of the Bible the one true living God who died a horrible death was raised from the dead & now lives to make intersession for us so that one day when we die we can go to heaven!!!!!!!
Starving babies, unexplainable bibical contradictions, overwhelming evidence to the contrary, sheep-like followers, the idea that being a good, loving person won't get you into "heaven" but professing your acceptance of the lord jesus christ as your saviour even one second before your last dying breath will get you into heaven even if you raped babies for fifty years. For these reasons and so many more I can say without reservation that there is absolutely no "God".
I believe in many gods and goddesses. I don't believe in your god because I disagree with the religion. Anyway, I like the Egyptian gods better than some boring old god who doesn't do anything and is basically the biggest, most boring person in existence if he exists. At least my gods and goddesses are more intresting.
because i jsut dont. when you see a dead animal on the side of the road do you see the mark of god? do you see that animal having gone to heaven? if not why not? if so why? i just dont. sometimes its not a lifestyle choice; its just how a person is.