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A key source for Christian arrogance, that is arrogance in Christians who use the Imperial Pronouns "We/Us/Our" to make their ideas sound as if they represent an authoritative consensus, is for them at some convenient point to claim they "Know God." They like to quote John 17:3,
"And this is eternal life, that they may know thee the only true God."
They imagine that their ability to remember and to emotionally agree with John 17:3 automatically means they do "know God." But, here is...
Some Christians profess to have faith in God but not in religion, apparently because they see religion as a human activity and therefore fallible and corruptible, while faith in God they expect to be consistently trustworthy.
Perhaps for the same reasons, there are also Christians who talk about trusting the Bible over "the words of men".
As many Muslims no doubt noticed, that is also one significant difference between the Qur'an and the Bible (and most if not all other sacred scriptures):...
Some believer told you: "You'll go to hell if you don't adhere to my God X."
Assume you don't believe in God X.
How will you response?
All nations and all peoples know
Fewer pregnancy the fetus is a period of seven months
But the Koran says it is six months
Which is correct Koran or the world ???
Koran says that pregnancy is six months
Before Share verses of the Koran Wait answer my question
Hello, my religious perspective could be described as pantheistic, polytheistic, animistic, and even in a way monotheistic. I am not going to explain completely. Anyway, various aspects of Hinduism appeal to me very much. The idea of Bhraman to me seems self evident; I have also had visions of Hindu gods who's names I do not know while using visionary sacraments (I believe any more detail would violate forum rules). My understanding of the gods is that they are aspects of or manifestations...
Disregarding your current religion or belief system, let's say you were the All (aka the Creator, the Almighty, God, etc., whatever you wish to call it). Let's also say that you had a message for your creation.
1. How would you deliver your message to your creation, and why would you choose that method?
2. What is your message for your creation?
3. Who or what would you deliver the message to? (A special few? To everyone? To everything?)
4. How would you preserve your message to prevent its...
Are there reasons why God, for the most part, has stayed out of human affairs?
Yes. This link may answer some questions, I certainly learned from it:
Any further questions, I'll try to answer them.
Here is another article, I learned from:
My apologies advance - this might be bit of a ramble as I'm trying to feel around and get some kind of point of my beliefs.
I've always leaned towards the Panentheistic spectrum of my beliefs, but I feel as if there is more (or less?) to it.
I was born and raised Catholic, although I learned very little about Catholicism as a whole. I basically went because my family did and I thought it was the good thing to do. Just going through the motions. That all faded away when I hit my later...
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