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Who is God?


The concept of "God" refers to a supreme being or higher power that is often believed to have created and governs the universe. The nature and characteristics of God vary depending on different religious or philosophical beliefs.


In monotheistic religions such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, God is typically viewed as an all-knowing, all-powerful, and benevolent being who created the universe and is actively involved in the world and the lives of individuals. In other belief systems, such as Hinduism or Buddhism, there may be multiple deities or a more abstract understanding of a higher power.


The existence of God is a topic of much debate and discussion, with various arguments and evidence presented for and against the existence of a supreme being. However, as a Christian, I do hold a personal belief about God. The existential evidence of His acts in the world and specifically in the birth and formation of the nation Israel, including the undeniable fact of the coming into the world of His Son Jesus Christ are to mention a few of the things that mold my belief.

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