Posted on June 20th, 2020

by A. Abdul Aziz.

Human nature in itself provides us with a strong inclination towards a belief in God. There are certain sins which human nature doesn’t like to get involved in. For instance, relationship with mother, sister and daughters etc. These are certain things which even a atheist will not like to do. But if there is no fear of a super being, Why not to lie all the times? why not to steal and commit adultery? What are the reasons that keep them away from these evils? If they do not feel the power of some unseen, then they should do whatever pleases them. Then truth and lie and justice and oppression should be all the same for them. It’s only God’s fear that is ruling on their hearts. Although their mind does not acknowledge the existence of God but the human nature created by God cannot defy it. So even an atheist at heart holds some view about God and judgment day. While in distress, everybody pray to a super-Being for relief. Why so, if they don’t believe in that super-being, whom we call God?


  1. dingiri bandara Says:

    This is BS. People don’t engage in criminal activities is because they not prone commit crime or afraid of the police and the law. People do not engage in sexual acts mentioned above is because there is not the accepted norm or the accepted practice. There are so many reports, however, despite the belief in god, there are some who are engaged in such activities. It is a fact that those who pray to god five times a day, are engaged in so many crimes including illegal drug trade and deceitful business practices.

  2. Ratanapala Says:

    Only this superbeing allows the violation of a chid as little as 9 years old which now his followers are so in want of perpetuating. Islaming ‘thighing’ is another practice that is prevalent among his followers in the middle east and who knows even in Sri Lanka?

    We can only have extreme disdain for such a vulgar God!

  3. Vaisrawana Says:

    “And do you think that unto such as you – A maggot-minded, starved, fanatic crew
    God gave a secret, and denied it me? – Well, well – what matters it? Believe that, too!”

    (a verse from Omar Khayyam’s “The Rubaiyat”)

    Essential reading for the God-deluded: Richard Dawkins’ “The God Delusion” (First pub. 2006/Bantam Press UK)

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