There is no decisive evidence that God exists, insists Eusebius

Does God exist?

Do you believe in any deity, whichever name you call it?

Eusebius Mckaiser challenged callers on the open line to give him proof that God exists.

There is no decisive evidence that God exists. So why must I believe that God exists? If you believe in a higher power or a deity make the argument for why their exist.

Eusebius McKaiser, Show host

I find atheists to be arrogant because you cannot deny something just because you can't prove its non-existence.

Paul, Caller

I do believe, however. I had a near death experience and I didn't see God or any sign of his existence.

Anthon, Caller

God is not a human being. He doesn't have sex like male or female. you cannot say God doesn't exist. You can call it God or higher power but you have to understand nothing can make itself. As human beings, we have been created by something.

Dr Shai

I believe that God exists. Proof? Just look around you. Look at nature. Yesterday it rained. Who made it rain? It's God, it's not something up there. It's God.

Joseph, Caller

The evidence is that I lived it. I had arthritis and went to all hospitals without a cure and I went to church, hands were laid and I was healed.

Lufuno, Caller

Who will bury you when you die? It seems to me you have a grudge against God.

Calvin, Caller

Listen to what other callers had to say...


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