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Why did god create humans?


Does he want to be prayed and loved? If yes then why call him god? Wants and needs are human attributes.

 

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    Mridul Rai (mridulrai) 2 years ago

    Thank you Kathryn. This is exactly what I think. I've even written on it. https://hubpages.com/relationships/I-AM-A-GOD-Part...

    However, that doesn't answer my question does it :)


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    Mridul Rai (mridulrai) 2 years ago

    This is exactly the answer I eventually wound up with haha

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    Mridul Rai (mridulrai) 2 years ago

    Thank you for your answer. However, there are 2 things

    1) According to Bible, god sacrificed himself to himself to save us from himself? I don't buy it.

    2) Why would One create something for no reason? Who creates anything without purpose?

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    Mridul Rai (mridulrai) 2 years ago

    You did not really answer my question don't you think?

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    Mridul Rai (mridulrai) 2 years ago

    It is isn't it.


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    Mridul Rai (mridulrai) 2 years ago

    Don't you think this "blame god paradox" is an illogical premise in itself, smartly created by the people who can, to throw questions such as this off track, and in doing so, maintain the idea of the peace loving nurturing father figure termed god?


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    Mridul Rai (mridulrai) 2 years ago

    Could you please elaborate? Your answer is interesting.


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    Mridul Rai (mridulrai) 2 years ago

    Isn't god supposed to be devoid of all needs?


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    Mridul Rai (mridulrai) 2 years ago

    Could it be that something else created us? Like humans created mannequins, God isn't a mannequin's god, we are. In the same way there may be an alien race that created us. They might be our gods.


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