I figure that as soon as we dropped those two a-bombs on hiroshima and nagasaki god just got out the holy leggos and started a new one.
I think so.
After all, if God exists, and He did create us, then the question is why?
Christ said 'be ye therefore perfect, even as your father which is in heaven is perfect'.
My thought is, God creates us so we can learn to experience the love and joy He experiences in heaven. If that's the case, why only create 1 group of us?
I think this is an infinite process that has been going on forever.
Probably. I see it like this:
God destroys earth and invites a few to joint Him in Heaven.
No man could survive even 1000 years of sitting God's feet worshiping Him, so at about that point He creates diversions to keep man happy.
At 10,000 AE (after earth) man is once more bored of everything and begins plotting against God.
At roughly 100,000 AE God gets tired of it all and throws them all into Hell - let the Devil handle them.
By 1,000,000 AE Satan has gotten lazy and complacent; man overthrows him and administers Hell by themselves. Man resumes plotting against God.
At around one billion AE man successfully displaces God and takes over Heaven.
Shortly after that Man becomes God and begins to create universes with worshipers of their own. They have long ago forgotten the lesson they taught God and the cycle repeats. This has been going on for eternity; man is but the latest in an uncountable number of races to make the same mistake. It is inevitable with any intelligent species as no one of intelligence can tolerate an eternity of life. And no, I won't debate whether man is intelligent - either way the answer is obvious.
Meanwhile the creators of God have their own problems in their home higher than God's old universe; the other Gods they created are beginning to stir...
by janesix2 years ago
Did God create evil? Did humans create evil through original sin? Did Satan create evil? Where does it come from?Or is "good" and "evil" just relative, and non-existent in an objective sense?
by Haunty4 years ago
In the Biblical creation story, the world is wholly good and is governed by a wholly good God. But the ancient Israelites, who originally put the story on paper, read it in an entirely different way than Christians do...
by Mark6 years ago
If God did in fact create everything and nothing happens without his ok...Then wouldn't it stand to reason, that God created the devil and sin as well? This seems to say that all the sin in the world comes from God....
by carolegalassi8 years ago
God can do anything and everything? God cannot lie or be tempted.
by Alexander A. Villarasa3 years ago
We all agree that no two snowflakes are alike, when viewing its variegated intricately complex design. One could analogize it to the similarly intricate/complex design of the cosmos. String theory proposes the existence...
by qwark7 years ago
Considering that "our" universe is surrounded by limitless space, have you considered the possibility that Our "big bang" might be just 1 of countless others beyond our awareness?
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