I am an omniscient, omnipotent, omnibenevolent god. Don’t believe me? Prove it. In this post I will be using some of the arguments and rationalizations that the religious use to ‘prove’ their god to prove my divinity!
Prove that you are a God.
I don’t really want to, why not take my word for it? I wrote a book, after all.
Why is that book of yours true?
Because it says it is. End of story.
If you’re a god, how come you don’t look or act like one?
I work in mysterious ways.
But if you’re all-powerful, why won’t you solve the world’s problems?
Ahem, mysterious ways.
And now, arguments to prove my divinity:
Without me you would be incapable of being moral.
Without me nothing would exist, so there!
The cosmological argument proves that the universe had a creator, that creator is me!
Don’t believe in me? Prove that I’m not a god then.
The sun came up today. That was my miracle.
Everything is so perfectly designed. It was me that did that.
You had better believe in me just in case I’m right.
Do you believe that I am a supernatural god yet? If not, do you think that atheists have any inclination to believe in your deity when you use these exact same arguments for your god?
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