God Is The Right Or Wrong?

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Philosophy is filled with questions and ideas. Many may have answers but are the right or wrong? That is the beauty of philosophy, to stretch the mind and gather new intellectual ideas. But I find the meaning of God to have the most questions speculated around millions of ideas. Many philosophers battled this subject. And many live with it in their heart believing God is real and the only one. So the question stands still to this day, who or what is God?
God is portrait as someone or something who is most great, knows everything. He is the creator and moral authority most of us live by. But like Amselm said God is one substance, an infinite being, the most perfect being in which nothing greater can be conceived. If anyone is greater than
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Voltaire simply believes God exists, God somehow matters to us and that we in turn matter to God. There is a certain connection that comes with the belief in God.
But many Religions are different in terms of God and the belief of God. Some religions believe there is only one God in terms it is called Monotheism. This idea of belief is part of the Christian religion as told in the Bible or Islam which is told in the Qu’ran and both have similar ideas like God is a spiritual being, that he is infinitely intelligent and infinitely powerful. Also both books state that God knows everything, including everything that will happen in the future, and God can do anything like make the sun stand still or even bring the dead back to life. He can also part the waters of the Red Sea which is told in both books of the story of Moses. Christianity gives Jesus a human look as a male being which were made into statues and paintings which is called Anthropomorphic (has human form and characteristics). In Islam God or Allah has no image. There are also religions that believe there are Many Gods and Goddesses which in terms is called Polytheism. In this type of religion the Gods are often looked at as Anthropomorphic. This type of religion was widely used by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and northern European peoples like Vikings, which was
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