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Re: How Can People Still Think There's A God!

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Posted by Kelly/">Kelly on June 3, 1999 10:29:40 UTC

"god" is a figure that humans have made up to give reasons to the things that happen in the world. It is a way of getting out of accepting responsibility for their actions... By creating "god", people have created a universally recognised IMAGINARY FRIEND... Thats all it is... something to look to for answers to life's problems... and to some people thats much easier than facing them themselves... its weak, but its true for some people.... i dont have anything against people worshipping this fella, im just saying what i believe the concept of "God" is all about...

: : Believer: I believe there is a god which created us. : : Non: What created that god? : : Beleiver: ????

: : !!!

: What most people fail to realize is that "GOD" : which he is, and always was and will be, doesnt : need a creator because he is not bound within : the confines of the first 3 dimensions, nor time : for that matter, he and the kingdom of heaven are beyond : any realm of dimension that human brains can fathom. : The reason we dont understand this is because we : are threee dimensonal creatures, designed to worship : hunt and gather , mate, and survive. We are bound by all : physical laws and are unable to see past our 3 dimensional world : unlike he, : an intelligent bet would be for non believers to bet against their : human ignorance, even though it is bliss.

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