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-->-- '''God's final message to His Creation''', ''Literature/SoLongAndThanksForAllTheFish''
-> Some would ask, how could a perfect God create a universe filled with so much that is evil. They have missed a greater conundrum: why would a perfect God create a universe at all?
-->-- '''Sister Miriam Godwinson - "But for the Grace of God"''', ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''
-> Man's unfailing capacity to believe what he prefers to be true rather than what the evidence shows to be likely and possible has always astounded me. We long for a caring Universe which will save us from our childish mistakes, and in the face of mountains of evidence to the contrary we will pin all our hopes on the slimmest of doubts. God has not been proven not to exist, therefore he must exist.
-->-- '''Academician Prokhor Zakharov''', ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''
->God is what we believe. What wakens in the infinite moment. What makes us live with reverence.
-->--'''Lear Dunham''', ''BrokenSaints'' Chapter 24 - Act 2
-> If you find a watch in the desert, then you don't assume it was spontaneously created. You figure someone made it, that there is a Watchmaker. And if the watch has stopped, then you repair it.
-->-- '''Prez Rickard''', ''ComicBook/TheSandman''
->It is beyond my power to induce in you a belief in God. There are certain things which are self proved and certain which are not proved at all. The existence of God is like a geometrical axiom. It may be beyond our heart grasp. I shall not talk of an intellectual grasp. Intellectual attempts are more or less failures, as a rational explanation cannot give you the faith in a living God. For it is a thing beyond the grasp of reason. It transcends reason. There are numerous phenomena from which you can reason out the existence of God, but I shall not insult your intelligence by offering you a rational explanation of that type. I would have you brush aside all rational explanations and begin with a simple childlike faith in God. If I exist, God exists. With me it is a necessity of my being as it is with millions. They may not be able to talk about it, but from their life you can see that it is a part of their life. I am only asking you to restore the belief that has been undermined. In order to do so, you have to unlearn a lot of literature that dazzles your intelligence and throws you off your feet. Start with the faith which is also a token of humility and an admission that we know nothing, that we are less than atoms in this universe. We are less than atoms, I say, because the atom obeys the law of its being, whereas we in the insolence of our ignorance deny the law of nature. But I have no argument to address to those who have no faith.
->God is a comedian performing in front of an audience too afraid to laugh.
-> I believe in God, only I spell it Nature.
-->-- '''Frank Lloyd Wright'''
-> If I were not an atheist, I would believe in a God who would choose to save people on the basis of the totality of their lives and not the pattern of their words. I think he would prefer an honest and righteous atheist to a TV preacher whose every word is God, God, God, and whose every deed is foul, foul, foul.
-->-- '''Isaac Asimov'''