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The misstake almost every god-believer makes

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/30/2012 11:03 PM
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The misstake almost every god-believer makes
You automatically assume god is good and he's on your side...But do you really have a reason to think that? Let's think about it. He's supposed to be all-mighty, the most powerful entity in he universe, right? Well, what about the most powerful man on Earth (Whoever it is). Is he good too? Or is the opposite true and the higher in the hierarchy you go, the more corrupted people are (getting)? Why would you believe Earth is an exception and in the bigger picture things are different?

Look around you. Does this world look fair and possitively charged? Where's the clue of god's good intentions? Or is it again all the "devil"'s fault? And if you believe in the devil, what makes you think he's not the same entity? Ad if he's not the same entity, who is he allowed (By the all-powerful entity) to make so much evil? I know things are supposed to be balanced and evil is necessary, but do you really see any balance here on Earth?
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11/30/2012 11:06 PM
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and you automatically assume they 'believe'.

they just make noise for personal attention.
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11/30/2012 11:21 PM
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Sigh. Wikipedia "kundalini". The charges are archetypes.
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11/30/2012 11:42 PM
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It all depends on who you say God is. If your God is the Lord a burning bush than your God is a dyck with a goat's head. If your God is Notre Dame then jackpot.
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12/01/2012 12:44 AM
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life is about creating an unbreakable will to do good.

Tigers want to kill you and eat you. Doesn't mean they don't have a soul, just means they have more soul than you do.
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Good question which any religious nutbag could not answer intelligently, they always have the lamest answers like "it's god's will" and "this must happen for the coming rapture"...SERIOUS brain damage has occurred in 80% of the population.
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You automatically assume god is good and he's on your side...But do you really have a reason to think that? Let's think about it. He's supposed to be all-mighty, the most powerful entity in he universe, right? Well, what about the most powerful man on Earth (Whoever it is). Is he good too? Or is the opposite true and the higher in the hierarchy you go, the more corrupted people are (getting)? Why would you believe Earth is an exception and in the bigger picture things are different?

Look around you. Does this world look fair and possitively charged? Where's the clue of god's good intentions? Or is it again all the "devil"'s fault? And if you believe in the devil, what makes you think he's not the same entity? Ad if he's not the same entity, who is he allowed (By the all-powerful entity) to make so much evil? I know things are supposed to be balanced and evil is necessary, but do you really see any balance here on Earth?
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You want to compare the creator of the known universe, a being of unimaginable power, grace and love with an imperfect man born of sin? Seriously, that's what you want to run with? If that is the best you can come up with then I don't think God has anything to worry about because you are not going to convert anyone to your way of thinking. Even Dawkins didn't put forth anything that lame.

You have been shown the way. You have been given a choice.

You don't have to believe me but I am living with the proof that God can and does reach out and make himself known. In the last few weeks my family has recieved great hardship and even greater blessings. The Lord was not the cause of the hardship but I have no doubt that He is responsible for the blessings. I could get mad and blame Him for allowing what has happened but that is not the way things really work. We are responsible for our own actions. Free will can bite you on the ass if your not real carefull. Ever choice has a consequence. You know, that whole "every action has an opposite and equal reaction" thing? Don't blame God for man's faults. Maybe instead of blaming God you should ask how you can make a positive change in the world. Instead of asking why God allows evil maybe you should ask yourself why YOU allow evil.

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