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Peter Martino Expos Paper God is an all seeing all hearing and all knowing being that no one has really ever been in direct contact with For skeptics that is enough to make an unbeliever yet with all of the resurrections walking on water and visions of the Virgin Mary crying something must be there That something is the true dilemma What exactly is God and what exactly does he want us do Many have tried to analyze what the answers to these questions and most of them have received answers its just that all the answers are different Many factors have played part in my understanding of spirituality from the views of the past to the radicals of the present each idea has helped me realize that God is there anyway you want him to be I feel that religion is overrated just as cigarette ads try to suck young teens into smoking religion tries to suck kids in through fear Yet while this approach may work on some others grow out of just as in believing in Santa Clause Currently with the more open-minded view of everything in society there are less and less overtly religious people in the world Jean-Paul Sartre saw this concept He saw God as a concept dwindling on the brink of existence Traditionally religion tells us that we must conform to Gods ideas of humanity to become fully human Instead we must see human beings as liberally incarnate Sartres atheism was not a consoling creed but other existentialists saw the absence of God as a positive liberation Armstrong 68 The idea of God as just there appealed to me That is how I have always felt yet was convinced that a life without full-fledged devotion would get me nowhere All though this vie w was refreshing I still questioned the reality of God The world is not a warm loving place Although you may
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