“I don’t believe in God”

Most people who make such statements have not had the facility to examine the issue in depth and often make them without adequate thought. When one makes an assertion like this, it is based on his/her own concept of GodMost people who make such statements have not had the facility to examine the issue in depth and often make them without adequate thought. When one makes an assertion like this, it is based on his/her own concept of God — a powerful being sitting in a specific place (heaven?) and directing the affairs of the people on this earth, or a judge who is constantly assessing each individual (on what basis?) and punishing or rewarding the person, or an all-knowing person who created this earth (and heaven, and hell) or, an individual who created human beings in his own form (what about other beings?) etc.

One cannot but agree that such concepts of God cannot be believed in. Even the statement, “I believe in God”, implies that the person has his own concept or idea of God, which may or may not be acceptable… (Click read more to view the article)