TO FIGHT TERRORISM - Is there One God, many Gods, or no God ?The several Theocratic Governments believe that God is the head of State, and their leaders are divinely inspired. Iran is one of these Theocracies.
The Islam extremist-terrorists, ISIS and ISIL are theocratic, and believe they are doing the will of God.
Some people believe that the Islam extremist is brainwashing followers to the belief that they are acting under Commands of God to commit terrorism. To combat this, the United States should search for the answer to the question - Is there One God, many Gods, or no God ?
Scientists now claim to have identified gravitational waives in space, supposedly created by Black Holes in the Universe. However, Scientists fail to explain the cause of existence, or the cause of motion. Why do things exist ? What is the force that put things in motion ?
As we know, things are in motion. What is the force that put things in motion ?
As we know, to push an object into motion, you must push from a fixed object. And to pull an object into motion, you must be tied to a fixed object.
And it takes energy to exert a push or pull. And since there is an equal and opposite reaction to every action, these fixed points from which a push or a pull is exerted, must necessarily also move in reaction, so that they are not truly fixed objects.
But gravity pulls objects together without any expenditure of energy. So things are suspended in space, and in motion only in relationship to other things, and their movements are altered by the gravitational pull of other objects in relation to mass and distance.
There is no fixed outer shell to the Universe, and there is no fixed point or absolute center of the Universe. So man uses himself as the datum point for measurement of all other things. In this sense, man defines the abstract existence or non-existence of God. This makes God a creation of man within the mind of man. But the Atheist does the same thing, but refuses to investigate the existence of God.
This is an issue that must be resolved, and the question answered : Is there One God, many Gods, or no God ?