I believe in... So what?!


Yup, sometimes I think that that's the most appropriate answer I can give if somebody says "I believe in god."

Though it may be somewhat insensitive but this short answer seeks to point out the underlying assumption that belief is sufficient to justify existence.

My point is this: So what if you believe in god? Does it make him/her/it come into existence just because you believe it is so? You can think/believe what you want but in reality, we don't have any evidence for god's existence. None. Na-da. Zilch.

Circular reasoning with the holy books won't do.

Complexity and diversity of life has been explained by evolution.

Postulating supernatural entities for the title of "Creator of the universe" is uncalled for.

When we typically believe something, there's always evidence around for them. Why should we make an exception for god?