omnipotent beings must be gender-less or they would not be omnipotent. I mean can you imagine the christian god making it all in 8 days cos mrs god called him in for dinner on the sixth ?
I can think of lots of religions with married gods.
Zeus and Hera
Osiris and Isis
Odin and Frigg
Krishna and Radha
...to name just a few. It's common in pagan religions.
There is much speculation that the "God of Abraham" is married, but that his wife is left out of the Bible because her name would be maligned and used as a curse. Further speculation, is that her name is hidden in the Bible, and we just cannot see it, for what it is.
God is true atheist and he gets bored because there is no creator for him to love. To kill boredom he needs love from multiple sources. Hence flirting, one-night stands, rape,live-in-relationship etc is the only way to suck love from humans.
by cougarpower 7 years ago
How about that ha? We all pretend to be religious but we still cheat, steel, backbite, consume alcohol, murder, slander...etc and yet, we all claim to be righteous? are you?
by Money Fairy 5 years ago
Single or Married? Which one is happier?Do you think a single person is happier than a married person or visa versa? If so why?
by jomine 7 years ago
I have heard atheists say they don't believe in god as there is no proof/evidence.Suppose god(whatever that is) exist as the theist says, what evidence do you expect?Are you expecting his bones, or shedded skin or foot prints?What is the evidence you will be looking for, for an omnipotent,...
by pharuk temmy t 6 years ago
If there a particular or concrete excuse that could be accepted from anyone who cheats after being married?
by Theresa Kennedy 6 years ago
Is it ok to have a crush on someone, even if you are happily married?I was telling this to my sister the other day, that it's normal to have crushes on people throughout our lives, even if we are happily married. It's ok to have a crush, but it doesn't mean you have to ACT on it. Am I right?
by fishskinfreak2008 8 years ago
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