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Pascal's Wager — An Argument For The Belief In The Existence of "God"







There is nothing that confirms the existence of a traditional God. He is infinitely incomprehensible because he has neither parts nor limits and has no affinity or likeness with us. We are incapable of understanding who and what God actually is. 


If we believe God exists and we find out after we die that he does, then heaven awaits and we will attain heavenly bliss.  


If we believe God exists and we find out after we die that he really didn't exist, then we lose little. 


If we believe God does not exist and we find out after we die that he really does exists, then we are doomed to the torments of hell. 


If we don't believe God exists and we find out that he really doesn't, then we will lose nothing after we die.



Blaise Pascal
We can conclude by these statements, that to believe in the existence of God is the safest strategy, plus you have nothing to lose, believing. This is Pascal's Wager named after the French mathematician, physicist and philosopher Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) who developed a justification for the belief in the existence of God even when we have no proof of God's existence.


If you become a believer and God exists, you will reap his infinite rewards. And, if he doesn't exist, you'll have lost very little. The choice is yours. 






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