1. Jerami profile image77
    Jeramiposted 4 years ago

    I’m Just verbalizing  a thought.
         FIGMENT ....  "a conception or image created by the imagination"
      God said let US make man in our image.
      According to Christian theology, God and whoever "WE" represents, spoke the universe into existence.
      They had to think it before it was spoken. So they had a figment!
        According to Christians,  the universe and everything in it  is  a  figment which belongs to God and whoever US represents.
    EVERYTHING within a figment is in itself many parts of the figment.
      Every piece of evidence (Pro and con) within the figment is a figment created within itself to prove and disprove itself.
      "These" pros and cons only exist within the figment.
      Once we exit the physical realm (die) we are no longer a part of the figment.
    Was this what King Solomon meant when he said something like; "it is all vanity"

    1. White Ghost126 profile image60
      White Ghost126posted 4 years ago in reply to this

      Not really, King solomon meant that no matter how much fun you have or how much stuff you have you will not take with you to heaven therefore all the work you put into it is vain. And at that time in solomons life he realized all he did was a waste that is why he said all is vanity.