I have never been against the idea of people believing in a Supreme Being. In a universe full of uncertainties for us and with a still very tiny reliable knowledge on the structure and working mechanisms of the environment we live in, I find it not surprising to see the majority worshipping a Lord God. Could anyone disprove the existence of a “supernatural” power in the universe, that defines, determines and affects the circumstances of the “universe”?
I doubt it; because, we first need to reach to a consensus for this, on some key concepts that look very controversial: What is “supernatural”, on the first hand? Which conditions, phenomenons or “powers” do we call “supernatural”? There can’t be a solid definition for the supernatural concept; because if it could be defined, it should have been “witnessed” and without doubt “measured” and “understood” in our common terms, thus being perfectly “natural”. If the easiest way is selected (like the “faithful” always do) by saying “An ultra power, an extraordinary super being that is far beyond our perceptions and the norms of the known universe, natural laws and processes”, then it is necessary for them to answer the crucial question: “Well, tell us its qualifications please.”
The supernatural concept cannot be defined in a satisfactory way, either by the believers or the deniers. Thus, discussing the existence of it, is pretty out of context and meaningless. In spite of this, as I said above, it is very understandable for a human being to feel the need of believing in such a high entity, to sojourn it as a protective, pain-easing super concept. Actually, there may well be a supreme being that we have not discovered or totally understood its existence or behaviour yet. I think, no sensible person can comfortably say there is definitely not a deity or godlike being. (Then again, there comes the inevitable question: “What is a deity? Have you ever met a God or a Goddess?“)
But, if you begin to talk about “God’s orders” or “God’s will”, everything’s changed instantly. While we cannot even understand its existence and qualifications with solid symptoms (let alone proving it), who on earth could claim he/she knows what god wants, thinks, wills or orders humanity? Even if a god (as the faithful described it) exists, it is almost very certain that there has been no communication with it yet. So the main and the only source of all the monoteistic faith on earth is just gossip: “God talked to a Selected Human long long time ago; he recorded what was said to him and began spreading the message.” Not very different than the notorious urban legend pattern like “A friend of a friend had heard from a friend of his cousin who was a friend of a friend of that person who had witnessed it all.”