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Who was "he" talking to?
#21
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(4th January 2017, 06:30)chimp3 Wrote:
(4th January 2017, 02:23)Godschild Wrote: He wasn't talking to anyone nor anything, He was commanding light to become a reality not just an image in his mind. He probably didn't say any words, it was probably a thought. It was written that way to give mere humans a way to understand. Not to understand his power because we can not, it was written that way so we could know God created light and that He created it for us and the rest of the universe. An omniscient mind needs no light to see all things.

GC
" Not to understand his power......But let me explain his power....let me Godschild explain the limits of his omniscient mind..."

Tell me do you know the total power it would take to create this universe and all that's in it? I know I have no idea, what I do know is what omniscient, omnipresent and omnipowerful mean, but not what they totally consist of.

GC
Friedrich Nietzsche is dead and by the study of scripture so will his lies die... GOD

A casual stroll through hell proves that faith is everything...GOD

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#22
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
He was talking to his kitty Flufferson
How will we know, when the morning comes, we are still human? - 2D

Don't worry, my friend.  If this be the end, then so shall it be.
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#23
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(4th January 2017, 16:53)Godschild Wrote:
(4th January 2017, 06:30)chimp3 Wrote: " Not to understand his power......But let me explain his power....let me Godschild explain the limits of his omniscient mind..."

Tell me do you know the total power it would take to create this universe and all that's in it? I know I have no idea, what I do know is what omniscient, omnipresent and omnipowerful mean, but not what they totally consist of.

GC

Fantasy is fantasy. Best practised during story telling . I prefer Kurt Vonnegut stories to any iron age sado masochist tall tales.
“God will endure for as long as the reasons that brought him into being;And so will those who deny him.” ― Michel Onfray





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#24
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(4th January 2017, 20:37)chimp3 Wrote:
(4th January 2017, 16:53)Godschild Wrote: Tell me do you know the total power it would take to create this universe and all that's in it? I know I have no idea, what I do know is what omniscient, omnipresent and omnipowerful mean, but not what they totally consist of.

GC

Fantasy is fantasy. Best practised during story telling . I prefer Kurt Vonnegut stories to any iron age sado masochist tall tales.

Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it. It better be good because I know God personally.

GC
Friedrich Nietzsche is dead and by the study of scripture so will his lies die... GOD

A casual stroll through hell proves that faith is everything...GOD

If anyone here or someone you know has an addiction and wants to talk or find help you can P.M. me and we can go from there.
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#25
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote:
(4th January 2017, 20:37)chimp3 Wrote: Fantasy is fantasy. Best practised during story telling . I prefer Kurt Vonnegut stories to any iron age sado masochist tall tales.

Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it. It better be good because I know God personally.

GC
I hope he's using condoms when he 'knows' you personally, there's more than enough morons your type on this planet.

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#26
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(2nd January 2017, 19:33)LostLocke Wrote: Just to play devil's advocate, if I remember from my Christian days, Genesis refers to the creation of the "physical" universe. The "spiritual" realm, IE Heaven and all the various spirit creatures that reside in it, already existed. So you could say he was talking to the angels I suppose.

He was talking to the other gods. Most of genesis refers to beliefs first codified when the people that were to become the jews believed in the Canaanite pantheon of which yhwh was a minor war god.
Soulless minion of orthodoxy.
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#27
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote:
(4th January 2017, 20:37)chimp3 Wrote: Fantasy is fantasy. Best practised during story telling . I prefer Kurt Vonnegut stories to any iron age sado masochist tall tales.

Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it. It better be good because I know God personally.

GC

You offer me all the proof I need.
“God will endure for as long as the reasons that brought him into being;And so will those who deny him.” ― Michel Onfray





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#28
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(5th January 2017, 06:55)chimp3 Wrote:
(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote: Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it. It better be good because I know God personally.

GC

You offer me all the proof I need.

Avoidance, I asked for proof from you for my benefit and you give me nothing.

GC
Friedrich Nietzsche is dead and by the study of scripture so will his lies die... GOD

A casual stroll through hell proves that faith is everything...GOD

If anyone here or someone you know has an addiction and wants to talk or find help you can P.M. me and we can go from there.
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#29
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
Quote:I know I have no idea,

And we know that you have no idea, G-C.  That's your problem.


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#30
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(2nd January 2017, 19:17)Idontbelieveit Wrote: "And God said, Let there be light".

(a) Why would a god have to *say* anything?
(b) Who or what was around to hear and action the request?

Indeed why would there be a language at all!
Which brings up an interesting concept without language how do you get higher concepts and why develop a language if you are a lone being?

(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote:
(4th January 2017, 20:37)chimp3 Wrote: Fantasy is fantasy. Best practised during story telling . I prefer Kurt Vonnegut stories to any iron age sado masochist tall tales.

Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it. It better be good because I know God personally.

GC

Well the bible is an obvious fantasy so any faith based on that is dubious, have you read it?
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