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  1. Exaltist Ethan

    Poll: Divine Immutability

    As someone who is part of Earthseed and its website literally being God is Change it's hard for me to wrap my head around a God that doesn't change. Of course, it is standard Christian practice that God doesn't change, and has what they call 'divine immutability'. I think all pantheists and...
  2. Exaltist Ethan

    Defining Divinity

    This may be the most important thread I make. As a syntheist I see divinity as a natural phenomenon, not supernatural at all. In fact, I reject claims of the supernatural. What created the Universe? Something in the local multiverse, but ultimately the local multiverse. The metaverse created the...
  3. Exaltist Ethan

    What Relationship Do You Have With Your God or Gods?

    My relationship with God is extremely powerful. I have adopted the Syntheist view of theology and even named my God after it, which I coined the term The Synverse. If you want more detail on how I discovered this God, click the first link of my signature. Basically I see God as three things: The...
  4. Exaltist Ethan

    What Should I Call My Beliefs?

    I very much so know what my beliefs are, and some terminology to describe them. However, I want a precise and accurate way of describing myself so when people search for it on Google they understand exactly where I fall on these issues. Syntheism literally means to create God. However, I don't...
  5. Onoma

    Mathematics, Divinity and the Bible

    Ah yes, three things destined to provoke ire when mentioned in the same sentence Right up my alley So, this thread is an offshoot from this thread: Why Didn't God Leave Huge Quantities of Secular Evidence For Jesus...
  6. SalixIncendium

    Can Something Be Divine Independently of a Deity?

    In another discussion, there was a comparison made between divine law and natural law. In a response, someone mentioned that they thought natural law might exist independent of deities. I was going to engage in a discussion about the difference between divine and deities, but then looked at...
  7. Twilight Hue

    There are around at least 107 English versions of the Bible

    Given the claim as to the Bibles divinely inspired and written narratives. Why is there at least 107 versions written in English? List of English Bible translations - Wikipedia And even among the recent translations, how are divinely inspired people selected? On top of it why are there no...
  8. SalixIncendium

    Enlightened or Divine?

    I, along with seven other members from our local Vedanta group, sat down for a discussion with Swami Sarvadevananda yesterday. In that discussion, we spoke about figures such as Krishna, Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad, and a few others. Swami Sarvadevananda as well as a few others that were there...
  9. Mackerni

    Journey to Divinity

    I wrote this on paper as something to keep before I get it notarized. This is the beginning of my Journal entitled Journey to Divinity, as my Will of Conscious tells the public where I'd like my conscious to exist after my body expires. I left my full name and location of birth so in any event...
  10. Mackerni

    Extropiversophy: The Religion of Pan-Apotheosis

    I have developed a pretty elaborate theology that is entirely unique of itself. Pan-Apotheosis basically means that all will ascend to deification status. It makes so much sense to me. Pantheism is the belief that everything is God and God is everything. This doesn't make sense to me, because...