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There are five arguments for the existence of God, yet none are convincing for an atheist. Why?
The reason is very simple.

If there was such proof we wouldn't have a choice: believe or not to believe. Therefor we would not have free will which is the essence and one of the greatest values of humanity. In result people would be slaves as they would know that not everything is up to them. And God does not want that! He wants everyone to decide for themselves how they feel about Him.
He leaves that, like everything else, up to us. So there is no unequivocal and tangible proof that God exists - as there cannot be. What is there then? There are arguments which are so convincing that proof is not needed. There are five such arguments. I will only mention two of greatest significance. The remaining three, cardinal in their rank, are easy to guess.

First of all, the Moon. Not everyone realizes how unique it is. It is always facing the Earth from the same side (which is the result of its perfectly synchronized rotation around its own axis and its path around the Earth); the side that faces away from us is always invisible. What's more, for hundreds of years not even a small deviation from this principle could be observed. We can thus say that it is an incredibly reliable clock. Perhaps even more reliable than atomic clocks. The question that poses itself is: could such an create itself? The answer: of course! But it is damn unlikely.
How can we explain that million tons of space matter have such a gravitational pull (or other type of energy - science has coined the term dark energy, which sheds light on a few cosmological matters), that they finally formed a unique satellite that exists in such a unique place in our solar system? Wouldn't it be easier to assume that… an intelligent being, capable of creating universes, formed this object? Yes… God. And we should keep in mind that the Moon is responsible for a number of phenomena, such as: the tide, solar eclipses, 24-hour days and… seasons of the year.
Is it not a wonderful coincidence of cosmological events?

But the moon is not everything, it is only the beginning. The second argument will be much more convincing, although it is not irrefutable.
Life. I once read an interesting statement made by a creationist: that life on Earth developing on its own is like finding a brand new Jumbo Jet (Boeing 747) in a junkyard. The comparison is just an illustration; there is something much more convincing. How does the scientific theory of life on Earth explain the second law of thermodynamics? It simply doesn't. Only one or the other can be true: there is no other way. Anyone with doubts can search the net - you are sure to come to the same conclusion.

There is something very perplexing about the so-called scientific explanation of life developing on Earth. Something that not many notice as I have not heard anyone mention it. This is the ideal timing that all plants and animals appeared on Earth. There is something called the food chain and it applies to most species of fauna. How to explain that all the elements of this chain, almost all plants and animals, came to be in ideally synchronized moments - so that "everything", life on Earth - could live and function? How could this have happened? A coincidence? It is possible, but very unlikely. A lot more unlikely than the formation of our beloved moon. The remaining three arguments are - for me - fully unexplainable and each is undisputable. But I will not publish them here. Let their discovery and analysis be a task and thought experiment for my more ambitious readers.

The only real argument that atheists have is: if the universe was created by God, then who created God? I see two possibilities. Either He always existed, so nothing had to create Him, or… He created Himself. If we can argue that something as complicated as a bat's echolocation system or the human brain could have developed from primordial oceanic soup, without anyone's help, then why can't we argue that a being such as God did not develop in a similar way? In my opinion the theory has as much support as the "scientific" theory of life evolving on Earth.

Am I right?