Now this is a strawman arguement in response to a perfectly sensible comment.
I think what Colleen is saying is that people will believe whatever they want to believe, and no one can stop them. So it's a bit silly arguing about it. I think of your belief that God can make things disappear exactly as silly as you think the idea of being able to fly is. Actually, I think being able to fly is not that silly- after all, you can fly a plane or a helicopter, go sky-diving, or go bungee jumping. Not all that different from traditional "flying". :)
If someone believes that God interferes in this world, they're going to believe it, and find "evidence" for it such as natural disasters, etc. If someone believes that God does not exist, they too will find their own "evidence" of his nonexistence. This is an arguement based on personal beliefs and feelings, and rationality and objectivity tend to fly out the window during such arguements.
Let other people have their own beliefs and you can have yours. :)
u want proof of supernatural powers... just look all around u. look at yourself. amazing isnt it? There are always the skeptics who try to be scientist but the fact is not everything is proven to be cuz of science. This world is amazing and i believe a higher power (God) is the creator. Along with a lil science. It had to startt from somewhere. The big bang theory is crap. It just expolded everything here. ya right. where did all the space come from. science may have a part in evolution but thats how God planned for it
Im speaking in hypothetical terms. God could do whatever He wants, He is God, but we cant really comprehend what God wants to do or happen because He is completely pure and righteous and that is why we are not obliterated from this world. We cant understand His motives, but He has His reasons. So He COULD stop us, but that doesnt mean He will. We have the will to do whatever we want, yes, i agree with you there, but that doesnt mean God is rendered useless and has the inability to stop us.
He most certainly can, but He probably wont. God is all-powerful and can do whatever He deems necessary, but someone doing something "forbidden" to the bread is most likely not going to trigger him to totally relinquish bread from the face of the earth. So, yes, technically He CAN.
no need to try to intimidate him. laughing at his question is very unprofessional and very rude. God could get rid of bread. It would obviously not make sense to you, because God has supernatural powers, and that, honey, makes anything possible if God would deem in necessary.
You can go ahead and try it. Spend the next year doing nasty things to it. 100% chance nothing will happen. Actually more of a chance Santa may do something to it. I have seen more Santa's than a God. Bread is bad for you anyway, unless is Whole Wheat.
I don't agree. The dude's all about free will. If people do bad things, then he can't stop them. To be honest I have no idea what the asker means by "something forbidden" or if his parents mean literal bread, but yeah, no, all free will.
hhhhhhahahahahahahaaa no its not true . cuz bread is made out of wheat and people can just grow wheat and make more and more bread "god" cant do anything about it honey..
I don't think God has anything whatsoever to do with bread. Nor do I see why he would do anything to it even if he existed. I admit this question is a little lost on me.
Show me evidence for these supernatural powers. :) Yes, the original comment was rude, but God's "supernatural powers" are your opinion, not a fact.
If you believe in God that is! Personally i doubt he does and certainly not in the form that the bilble says.
Truth is in the heart of the beholder...after all, it's all in what you believe in.
so if I believe I can fly, I should be able to fly then?
In that case........so long bread!