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since man wrote the Bible, then what does that say about God?

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there is no God...
post #2 of 61
does posting a thread like this make you feel better about how wrong you are?
post #3 of 61
Well if you believe that "God" is what religion tells you it is, then you are correct IMO. But it's not that simple. We've dawned on a new age where science has begun to explain a lot of life's mysteries, and I honestly believe that with enough time, we will uncover the truth behind what makes people "programmed" to believe in a god. And it's nothing conspiracy theory wise, it's just plain science. Easy peasy. It seems complicated at first, but the more you read and learn about it, the more sense it makes.
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Originally Posted by Journeyman98 View Post
does posting a thread like this make you feel better about how wrong you are?
no more wrong than you are... since there is no proof of the existence of a 'god' of any kind I am inclined to believe that when there is no proof, insistence of a gods existence is a lie...
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since man wrote the Bible, then what does that say about God?
That he has Carpal Tunnel and couldn't write it himself?
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But I should add that this "God" people believe in, does actually exist. It's not what they think it is, but it is there. We are all manifestations of the same, self aware, consciousness that is everywhere, at all times. You and I are actually the same. We are both just different manifestations of that one consciousness. People interpret that as God, but that's okay. Others intemperate it as Allah, and that's okay too. The Romans acknowledged it as Mars, Venus, Jupiter, etc etc etc. It's all the same thing. That's why I think it's absolutely retarded for people to think that their religion is all high and mighty, and that everyone else will go to hell. People who honestly believe that, to me, are the lowest of the lows as far as evolving goes. They're sooo shallow and narrow minded. Those attributes will never be of any benefit. Ever. Just my 2 cents anyway... I'm done.
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Originally Posted by NoJobRob View Post
But I should add that this "God" people believe in, does actually exist. It's not what they think it is, but it is there. We are all manifestations of the same, self aware, consciousness that is everywhere, at all times. You and I are actually the same. We are both just different manifestations of that one consciousness. People interpret that as God, but that's okay. Others intemperate it as Allah, and that's okay too. The Romans acknowledged it as Mars, Venus, Jupiter, etc etc etc. It's all the same thing. That's why I think it's absolutely retarded for people to think that their religion is all high and mighty, and that everyone else will go to hell. People who honestly believe that, to me, are the lowest of the lows as far as evolving goes. They're sooo shallow and narrow minded. Those attributes will never be of any benefit. Ever. Just my 2 cents anyway... I'm done.
there is no heaven and hell... figments of the ruling class's imagination to keep their citizens inline... it is alot easier to have man fear the eternal conseqence of burning in hell for their sins than to police man, that way man polices himself... ever hear of someone refered to as a 'good man, a god fearing man', this man, and pretty well all religious people as far as I am concerned have no free will and no concept of right and wrong, sure they do the right thing in most cases, but they do not know why, they do the right thing because they fear imaginary eternal consequences. Remember, incarceration for wrong doing is temporary but then death is eternal and so is burning in hell if you did the wrong thing and if you did the right thing you will have vigins waiting for you or St. Peter will open the Pearly gates and welcome you to your seat next to the almighty himself. religion and the traditional idea of a god is just a way to control to keep people inline and the biggest insult to freewill of mankind, I find religion disgusting.
post #8 of 61
Why even bother making a thread like this?
Do any of us really actually know?
I believe there's something out there that could be considered "God", but I don't think he is that preoccupied with us and is condemning good, decent people to an eternity of suffering just for not believing in him.
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Originally Posted by theone View Post
there is no heaven and hell... figments of the ruling class's imagination to keep their citizens inline... it is alot easier to have man fear the eternal conseqence of burning in hell for their sins than to police man, that way man polices himself... ever hear of someone refered to as a 'good man, a god fearing man', this man, and pretty well all religious people as far as I am concerned have no free will and no concept of right and wrong, sure they do the right thing in most cases, but they do not know why, they do the right thing because they fear imaginary eternal consequences. Remember, incarceration for wrong doing is temporary but then death is eternal and so is burning in hell if you did the wrong thing and if you did the right thing you will have vigins waiting for you or St. Peter will open the Pearly gates and welcome you to your seat next to the almighty himself. religion and the traditional idea of a god is just a way to control to keep people inline and the biggest insult to freewill of mankind, I find religion disgusting.
I agree with you 100%. What I'm saying is that there is a greater power out there, outside of the control group of religion. What anyone here on Earth believes matters not, nor can most of them comprehend it because they are too simple minded. And those who intend to use religion as a fear based control mechanism will one day have to face divine justice. I promise you all that.
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Why even bother making a thread like this?
Do any of us really actually know?
I believe there's something out there that could be considered "God", but I don't think he is that preoccupied with us and is condemning good, decent people to an eternity of suffering just for not believing in him.
I agree with your outlook.
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Do we really need 5 different threads on this topic?
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And by divine justice I don't mean casting them into an eternity of suffering or anything, , I just mean that when they die they will become one with the energy of the universe and become aware of their wrong doings. That will be enough of a lesson.
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Why even bother making a thread like this?
Do any of us really actually know?
I believe there's something out there that could be considered "God", but I don't think he is that preoccupied with us and is condemning good, decent people to an eternity of suffering just for not believing in him.
why? because I am bored and I think the topic fascinating, good enough?

no, you are correct, the only thing we do know is that we do not know, but the thread's title is clear and based on man's invention of 'God', I think its safe to say the circumstances, the hypocrisy and the control factor for the ruling class at the time of 'God's' introduction to mankind all point to the obvious, we have been duped and lied to for over two thousand years...
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Do we really need 5 different threads on this topic?
BASHER!
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Originally Posted by StockJock-e View Post
Do we really need 5 different threads on this topic?
Maybe. One can start a thread about one particular thing, but there can be an almost infinite number of subcategories that could take the original thread in a million different directions. I say, let it be. Who cares?
post #16 of 61
I have to reboot my PC. brb. LOL
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God wrote the ten commandments and gave them to Moses. So he does write. He burns bushes too what does that say about god.
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Do we really need 5 different threads on this topic?
Exactly
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Originally Posted by StockJock-e View Post
Do we really need 5 different threads on this topic?
Ditto theone should go to his mama when he needs attention not here with a bunch of grown men.
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Ditto theone should go to his mama when he needs attention not here with a bunch of grown men.
if you don't like the thread, then don't read it... you do live in a free country don't you?

BTW, aren't you the one that once said that since you live in the dead zone of SC and have no life you have nothing better to do with your time but post here?

anyhow... back on topic, please and thank you...
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