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God's Emotions: Why the Biblical God Is So Human (Part 1)


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« on: September 22, 2010, 01:17:31 pm »

 Smiley  Of course we did.  What is a god?  None of us in modern times have ever seen one, and the ancients tell us they used to live among us, breed with us, and have long lives.  But WHAT were they then, if they could do that?  Some type of human and we're the half breeds!!  The type of god as described by the Bible, is not a spiritual being of love, that's for sure.  IF there was a Creator, this entity would be so far above the petty squabbles of humans it's like comparing us  to an ant.  The ant can't fathom humans. 

The Bible talks about God picking and choosing favorites from amongst all his created beings, which, if as the Bible also says, God is Love and loves everyone equally, is a contradiction.  IF there is only one God who created the earth and everything in it, as well as the universes and all that is, why would he even need to pick favorites?  It's ridiculous.  What man gets up to on his own, is nothing to do with God, and man trying to interpret what he saw thousands of years ago by saying the "Gods did it", should not be evaluated the same today, when we realize more and more that they were trying to explain the world around them, and they were trying to maintain power over that world and the people in it. 

I myself, believe in a Creator Being that is a part of everything it created.  I believe it because I want to, because there are times when I feel more "spiritual" and connected to something way bigger than myself.  My logic tells me the God of the Bible is a man made fiction.  My spirituality tells me, there IS something more.

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