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Abstract First God is known as the creator of the natural world Then God created human being to look like God and give them permit to rude the Earth God said that everything on the earth not belong to God but human Second God is a being conceived as the perfect God is an example of the unadulterated goodness for human to follow Third God is omnipotent omniscient originator and the ruler of the universe People have no right to say what is right or wrong except God God likes a wall to separate the goods and evils God represents peace and fairness Finally God is the principal object of faith and worshiped by people People have to worship God because God is the Father and we are the children God is just not faith Faith likes our souls and a body cannot live without soul as we cannot live without obeying God Who Is God Who is God Is God some spook in the sky who somehow has the ability to know every thought that every man conceives Is God some being who appeared out of nowhere and decided that he was lonely thus creating the universe When I was a little kid I always imagined that God was an old man with a long white beard Now I know that God just is not only the creator of the natural world but also a being conceived as the perfect omnipotent omniscient originator and the ruler of the universe the principal object of faith and worshiped by people First God is known as the creator of the natural world According to the Bible God created the whole world just by speaking At the first day He created light to discriminate darkness He called light is day and darkness is night The second day God created air to separate water below and above and called it is sky The
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