Does God exist?
|Written by Editor VOPUS|
The university professor challenged his students with this question:
-'Did God create everything that exists?'
The professor replied: 'If God created everything, then God created evil, because evil exists, and under the precept that our works are a reflection of ourselves, God is therefore bad'. The student remained silent when faced with such an answer and the teacher happily boasted of having proved once more that the Christian faith was a myth.
Another student raised his hand and said:
-'Can I ask you a question, professor?'
-'Of course', the professor replied.
The young man stood up and asked:
-'Professor, does cold exist?'
-'What kind of a question is that? Of course it exists, have you never been cold?'
The boy replied:
-'In fact, sir, cold does not exist. According to the laws of physics, what we consider to be cold is in reality the absence of heat. Any body or object is subject to study when it has or transmits energy, because heat is what makes that body have or transmit energy. Absolute zero is the absolute and total absence of heat, all bodies become inert, unable to react, but cold does not exist. We created this word to describe how we feel if we have no heat.'
-'And does darkness exist?', the student went on.
The professor replied: 'Of course'.
the student answered: -'You are wrong again, sir, darkness does not exist either. Darkness is in reality the absence of light. Light can be studied, darkness cannot, and there is even the prism of Nichols by which white light can be decomposed into the various colors of which it is made, with their different wavelengths. Darkness cannot. A simple ray of light rips the darkness and illuminates the surface where the light beam ends. How do you know how dark a given area is? Based on the amount of light present in that space, isn’t it? Darkness is a term that man has developed to describe what happens when there is no ligh'.
Finally, the young man asked the professor:
-'Sir, does evil exist?'
Then, after nodding his head, the teacher remained silent.
THE YOUNG MAN WAS CALLED ALBERT EINSTEIN.
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