There are 7 billion people on our planet. Most of them believe in God or a higher being. But nobody has ever seen God. Is the belief in God only an illusion? Is it even worth looking for God? When the first Russian astronaut circled the Earth in his spaceship, he sparked down: «There is no God, there is no one up here!» But that seems like the wrong place to look. Nobody believes that God is floating around in space like an alien. Then where is He? Is it even reasonable to believe in something you can't see, hear or taste? For many people, however, religion is of great importance in their lives. Therefore, the question of whether it is reasonable to search for God is not just a superfluous, unworldly brooding. It is an exciting question that concerns us all.
The God Seeker does not make any preliminary decisions, it invites us to make our own discoveries and reflections. It is divided into four areas: God, soul, world and world interpretation. If you click on a segment, further segments (questions) open up. You can «unscrew» them on a wheel. By double-clicking on a question you get a short introductory text, videos of individual philosophers and other philosophical positions appropriate to the question.
You can also test your philosophical knowledge. Check your philosophical positions by means of the quiz! Which philosophers do you agree with the most? Are you more the Plato type, or do you think more like Kant, or even maybe like Wittgenstein? You might also discover a thinker you didn't know, such as Edith Stein or Alfred N. Whitehead. Expand your philosophical horizon. Whatever you decide in the end, the God Seeker will help you to give good reasons for your choice.
The God Seeker is primarily intended for tablets, but works also on larger smartphones.