I believe in God. I believe that God is the creator of this world.
I believe that God exist, but I don’t pray to God. I believe that God created us, but the rest is up to us. I thank God for giving me a lovely family when I was born, but the rest is up to me.
I believe that the God in Christianity is the Allah in Islam, as well as the “King of Deities” in other believes and religions. There can only be one God… and all these people must be worshipping the same God in their own ways.
I don’t believe in any religion, because all of them must have misinterpreted God in some sense… or else all people that believe in God (or Allah etc.) should share the same believe, and there would be less conflicts because of religious indifference.
Religion is written by humans, not God. Bible or Al-Quran, whatever, were written by people that believed to have reached by God. But the books were not written by God, not God’s own hand.
I believe in God; I don’t believe in people who thought they had received messages from God. If you think that any religion would bring you closer to God, go ahead. I’m not against any religion; on contrary I believe most religions lead people to goodness. I’m merely suggesting that we should believe God in a broader mindset instead of blindly following teachings by others.
But then, what do God wants us to believe? I think God wants us to believe in ourselves… God would not have given us the ability to think if God didn’t believe in our ability to judge what is right and what is wrong.
But perhaps, there is no right or wrong in God’s eye. God is the creator… it doesn’t mean that God cares about what was created.