• Music Lovers

    I think Earth was always where it is now. And there might have been ice ages and polar shifts and meteorites and all that. But never a God.

    First we had a whole bunch of Gods. Big gods for big things and mini gods for mini things. That was hard to control, Gods got mixed up and people start making there own Gods and people start to act as Gods...it got messy.

    So the world leaders back then, not to be confused with Gods, made up this kick ass plan.
    They created 1 God and 1 God only who is all into love and thy may not hurt one another but at the same time they made sure we were all scared as fuck for this 1 God.

    To know the complete story about this scary motherfucker you should read the old testament. Let me tell you, that is one book filled with the most scary stupid ass motherfucking people hating bullshit you will ever read!
    It's scary!

    And that's how you control the masses...make them believe in a scary dude they cannot see. or hear. Or feel. But he is their!
    Make rules how to live and give them "The Holy Book"

    That's just my point of view...

  • @vahid-0 No need to capitalize "god". If you do, it gives credence where none is due.

    The unknown is a god only temporarily, until we find out the answer to questions we seek. "Why is the sky blue?" Because the sky god liked the colour. Now of course, we know the correct answer.

  • @vahid-0 i consider him a care taker. Sort of an angel on my shoulder. When all else fails, i ask him for help.

  • @canadadry Your right. But There is no reason to insult people who do believe in god. Or God. They better not read it at all.:diamonds:

  • @meagain But I get insulted on a daily basis with "G"odly shtuff. I do not mean to insult and most Christians do not either. They are just unaware of how condescending they are.

    ALL religions are thus:
    They are right and I am wrong.

  • @mr-pool would love to talk more if anyone up for it..

  • @canadadry I totally agree! They do. But is that a reason to behave as they do?
    That makes you at that same level...

  • @mr-pool Im here for 30 mins max.

  • @meagain so, wherw do we start? Do you agree with my point of view? Would you like to add something?

  • Music Lovers

    @mr-pool With your point of view we start by saying that God, or god exists.
    Thats the wrong way of thinking if i might say so.

    If we start by saying that there was never a god, all wars and sickness and disasters could be explained more easily. Just to name something...

  • @MeAgain I definitely don't act as they do. The only thing that I do that I have now become aware might be considered disrespectful is not capitalizing "God."

    Trust me, I don't disrespect anyone unless they deserve it. I eventually have to leave the room when my "born-again" sister starts spouting off and telling me she feels sorry for me and my other sister because we don't believe in Jesus.

    And I do the same thing with any one of any religion. A quote from the movie "Paul":
    "You just can't reason with these people." (I think that's how it went)

  • @canadadry Hear Hear...

  • @meagain i do believe in god. Although i understand the reasons people may have for not believing. And wars, sickness are just a prt of life, same as peace, happiness and contentment. I dnt think if there is a god, he has something to do with any of it, good or bad. I believe him to be impartial.

  • @mr-pool oke...So the function of god got "scaled down". Made more vague so people can start over with thinking that god is the one and only true god?

    Thats what pops in mind...

  • There is absolutely ZERO proof of the existence of your God. None. And if your God actually did exist, I would want nothing to do with him/her/it (?)

    The death and destruction at his own hand and the millions that he had the Jews kill.....

    And speaking of Jews, are they not the "chosen people". How does that sit with Christians.

    And something else of note: after 553 of Christianity believing, BELIEVING, in reincarnation, some guy decided that wasn't a good idea. Wishy washy at best

  • @meagain i don't consider it vague. If there is a god, i would prefer him to be impartial rather than all good.

  • @mr-pool Ya, but he's NOT impartial! Read the old testament and my comment about the people of Judaism.

  • @mr-pool Impartial is not vague? I don't agree. When a person is impartial they got often accused of not make a stand for themselves.

  • @canadadry i am not Christian. In fact i dnt believe in the concept of religion. I believe it was created by people in power to prevent people from uniting.