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the Fear of God

 
Anonymous Coward
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03/31/2009 11:48 PM
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Re: the Fear of God
you better fear him !! he will turn your motherfucking ass into a pile of salt !! he made hell for those he doesn't like.
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04/01/2009 12:31 AM
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I don't think theres much point to being afraid of God.

Its like saying if I can be a great actor on the worlds stage but have fallen of the stage many a time.;the way I like to look at it is that I have already looked as worse as possible so if heaven can take it as telepathy than I not worried.

Anyway a amazing way with God is a kind of wheel.

Not a hamster wheel but a unknown wheel that incorporates ones life [better] experinces.
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04/01/2009 12:38 AM
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Any god that requires worship is flawed in that it has a need at all. A god is perfect things, without need or demand. Any god that is full of wraith is a flawed god in that it has human emotion and subject to them.

So... why worship something that is as flawed as the humans that made it up?
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04/01/2009 08:52 AM
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I don't think theres much point to being afraid of God.

Its like saying if I can be a great actor on the worlds stage but have fallen of the stage many a time.;the way I like to look at it is that I have already looked as worse as possible so if heaven can take it as telepathy than I not worried.

Anyway a amazing way with God is a kind of wheel.

Not a hamster wheel but a unknown wheel that incorporates ones life [better] experinces.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 647446


That is an interesting model. Thanks for posting it.

Your wheel could be likened to a spiral staircase, you always have a similar view as you go round but there is a slight difference to the perspective.

Last Edited by Sombra on 04/01/2009 08:52 AM
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Any god that requires worship is flawed in that it has a need at all. A god is perfect things, without need or demand. Any god that is full of wraith is a flawed god in that it has human emotion and subject to them.

So... why worship something that is as flawed as the humans that made it up?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 618764


Yes, that is my point too, God is not crazy but the god taht most judeaic sects worship is.
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04/29/2009 09:35 PM
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keep in mind Jesus came not to save the righteous... if you are not a sinner you don't qualify for salvation, but no worries cause if you're not a sinner then you really don't need it either
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sorry, we are all sinnerts
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