Fanman wrote:Vijaydevani:Also, my question is not about the existence of God. He may exist or he may not exist. That is a debate that can keep going on. My question is, what is the relevance of God assuming he exists? What difference does God make to the lives of people today which other than psychological?
The fact that you don't believe God exists, and there are no arguments for God's existence which for you have veracity. Demonstrates that you're asking about the relevance of a being which you don't believe exists. This is a massive oxymoron. How can something which doesn't exist have relevance? How can something which doesn't exist have a psychological effect? What you're asking people to do, from your stand point and perspective (as an atheist), is to tell you their delusions, after which point you, due to your position, will call them delusional, you can't do anything else. Why do you want people tell you their "delusions?"
Is that what you call philosophy.
This is what I call evasion. You believe in God. Yet you have no idea what the relevance of God is. That is why you cannot answer my question. You can see that I am right and that except for the psychological, there is no relevance to God. And that bothers you very much. I can see that in your answer. So I will not engage with you anymore. Good luck.