Some people around the world think differently about God/gods and religion, race and ethics. Consider ethic cleansing, DNA/genetics, population control, religion, background, history, race, medical conditions and disease.
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Ah, so it wasn't so much a question as an invitation to argue. Good to know.
As is the case so much of the time on these types of questions, Chris. Peace and good will to all.
If ?s asked R meant only 4 the laity 2 answer, then that should B stipulated when the question is asked. Opposing points of view R never received well on any religious ?s. When non cult members comment they are troublemakers, but reversed R OK
Jesus and Jehovah/Yaweh/YHWH, according to Christianity, They are the same guy. So even if Jesus didn't command it while on earth, He did in the OT. So there is no difference.
Perhaps, but the fact that it was commanded under certain very limited occasions to a specific group in the OT and not at all in the NT is still significant.
So God changed his mind quite a lot. If God is omniscient, why didn't he know all this was going to happen? He shouldn't have had to change his message based on unexpected events; he should have known before it went wrong.
Ur explanations, as well as those of many religion's beliefs, R bizarre & totally illogical. These stories that U quote were not reality, & did not really happen - U do know that don't U? the Scary part? Our leaders actually think so too
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If a child of yours was in a car wreck, would you rescue the car or the people inside? God created His children in His image, but He is not Homo sapiens. The latest mission to Earth gave us orders to "love one another"
lone: again your analogy is illogical. U R attributing human characteristics to the spirit world to try and validate your beliefs.
If you believe that God created human beings then it is logical that humans have God-like feelings, not the other way around. It is not illogical to think that God has "human" characteristics.
But there are specific things that God has to be, like omnipotent, omniscient, etc. Lone describes a god who appears surprised by unexpected events, causing changes in his plan. How does this cohere with an omniscient god who should know the future?
If man is created in the image of God, then each would resemble the other. Yes, God would resemble us because we would resemble him.
what does who i would rescue have to do with anything?if anyone was in a car wreck, they would be the who i would rescue.those "orders" aren't being followed very well now are they.