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Is God married?


In many traditions the Supreme God has a consort or female counterpart to balance the male energy. Examples are Osiris and Isis, Krishna and Radha, and Zeus and Hera

 

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    Darrell Roberts 4 years ago

    Let me rephrase. The Supreme Being as a single entity. Not God in the all encompassing form.


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    Darrell Roberts 4 years ago

    Ok you got me. Some of my questions are strange. I ask questions to see how other people think. I do not know who has heard or seen what, that is why I ask the question. Best wishes.

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    Darrell Roberts 4 years ago

    Thanks Lone77Star, I know several versions of the Ancient Egytian myths. I also know Greek mythology. I did not see your response to Krishna and Radha.

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    Darrell Roberts 4 years ago

    There are other scriptures that as in existence other than the Bible. This is one view point. I respect it, though I disagree. Best wishes


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    Dr. Oscar A. Williams, Jr. (oscarwms) 4 years ago

    Jesus did not have a wife while on this earth. If he did I would have been recorded in the Bible. 1st centry historians like Josephes would have written about it. The universal Church is said to be the bride of Christ. He will come back for her.


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    Chris Neal 4 years ago

    LDS are not monotheists.


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    Darrell Roberts 4 years ago

    I think I will leave it to the tradiontal monotheists to comment on this one. Interesting answer.


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