God Cannot Be Seen and Therefore Does Not Exist

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I agree with the statement that God cannot be seen and there is no evidence that he exists. The main reason I believe this is because of what is written in the statement. There is absolutely no evidence to prove that he does or has ever existed which has to have put a lot of doubt into people’s minds. Why hasn’t God given us any clues as to his existence, and why don’t we at least know the reason why he hasn’t shown himself to us? That is the question that I think the whole world would like to know the answer to, but as we don’t you have to doubt God’s existence. Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? If so then he is not omnipotent. Is he able, but not willing? If so then he is evil. Is he both able and willing? Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God? These questions were asked by a man called Epuicurus, who lived between 341BC and 270BC, yet they still have not been answered. I feel this is the perfect example that God does not exist because if God truly existed he would make it possible, especially for those who are skeptical, either by demonstration or by sound logical argument. He would know exactly what it would take to “open the heart” of every non-believer. Yet for more than two millennia the greatest philosophical and scientific minds of humanity - presumably inspired by God - have offered nothing more than circular and illogical arguments. Furthermore he is completely illogical. An omnipotent and omniscient God is an unlikelihood. He is either unable to create an impossible task for himself or is unable to perform it once created, because it's impossible! If God knows the past, present and future, these states are known quantities and God is unable to change them, and is therefore not omnipotent. If they are subject to change, then God cannot know them with certainty, and is not omniscient. In addition to this, every aspect of
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