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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Let me rephrase. The Supreme Being as a single entity. Not God in the all encompassing form.
I was merely going by the most commonly accepted attributes of the 'one God' ie that it is Omnipresent, omnipotent, and omniscient (present in all things, all powerful, and all knowing). To posit a 'supreme being' without these aspects is nonsensical
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.
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.
LDS are not monotheists.
LDS monotheism depends on interpretation. They teach that God is Christ's Father and the one God to whom all should bow, that Christ and the Holy Ghost are separate from God. The three together make up the Godhead, but still only one God the Father.
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
I agree Darell - there are other scriptures and other worlds views. The word God does not always denote the Judeo-Christian ideology. Better to try and find a unifying aspect from all faiths and make a judgement based on this perhaps?
That depends. If there is a God (1, singular) then best to know the truth. If many, or nebulous, then yes. If no higher power, best to just forget the whole thing.
Some traditions have God as the all encompassings. Then there is the supreme being the most "powerful" single living entity. I think the supreme being may be a better phrase.
Same here, so many interesting hubbers.
Totally with you on that one!
What is the difference between God and LORD?
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.
Well according to the show I watched archaelogist have found evidence of a wife. I have no idea what evidence they claimed it was but I think if it turns out to really be evidence people will have to accept it as true.
This is one of the few issues I take a neutral stance. If Jesus had a wife where is it recorded and did he have children?
"A small fragment of faded papyrus contains a suggestion that Jesus may have been married." This quote was from google when I looked it up again. They claim to have just found the documentation.
Actually it was recorded in the Gospel of St Thomas that he had a wife - and there is also writings within the dead sea scrolls that name the very same 'doubting Thomas' who penned the mentioned gospel as Jesus' twin brother...
Thanks, from what I have viewed, there is still no certainty either way.
I think I will leave it to the tradiontal monotheists to comment on this one. Interesting answer.
The Christian God doesn't need to have sex. He creates people without it. He is fully content and fulfilled within Himself. My understanding is that the Muslim concept of God is one who is above mere humans and would never lower himself something lik
The invisable God cannot have sex, for he has no body Jesus was born of the Holy Spirit without having sex with Mary.
Ok if God can do ANYTHING, why He/She/It cannot have sex? Not logical.