Having said this, one can understand why the existence of GOD is a proven fact just like the existence of gravity. Like gravity, GOD also constitutes an explanation for many separate phenomena: the existence of the universe, laws of nature, living and human beings, consciousnesses, miracles and experiences of revelation, and so on.
It is true that there are people who deny the existence of gravity. According to them, Newton did not create the existence of any entity whatsoever, but only accurately described what was happening. He did not explain the phenomena; he only described them.
through the existence of gravity is an explanation of the kind of position on the unfamiliar. After all, until Newton, scientific investigation did not recognize the existence of such a force.
So if we admit that there are hard facts that cannot be explained, on what basis do we add entities in explanations of the type of position on the unfamiliar? Perhaps the phenomenon before us is simply a rigid fact of reality, and there is no entity behind it?
When the question arises: Who said that every phenomenon must have an explanation? How can we conclude the existence of such and such only on the basis of the existence of unfamiliar phenomena? After all, the whole chain of explanations has to stop at some point.
I’m not trying to be controversial, but this is a question humans want answers to. I read the Bible in its original language and I was gifted the code2GOD.
If we were to ask someone who has no idea about our universe, what he thinks a planned universe should look like and what a randomly created universe would look like, he would probably answer that a planned universe would have laws, complexity, diverse creatures, consciousness, and constant progress.