The Civil Writer Magazine

If we know how God thinks then we are a God. How can we know someone we have never met or had a two-way conversation with. Even the conversations surrounding Jesus are not an exact or in a scientific perspective a fact. First of all we do not know who God is to know his habits and character. It is like asking a 5 year old who was Socrates who we know to be the Greek philosopher credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy, and as being the first moral philosopher of the Western ethical tradition of thought. Being there is so much unsubstantiated knowledge on any God how can you claim facts for what you cannot see. Yes, it is possible to claim a truth on that which is in accordance with your reality. As an example the readers don't know what I am thinking unless I share, so why would I or God share a precious commodity that would show how we think and what we are thinking about. You only have a true knowledge of the physical acts but not the spiritual thoughts of someone's mind. But I guess guessing can put you in a very valuable position if you get a fool to believe along with you which is considered a religious feat and not based on facts but instead based on other things such as faith to make it so.