Saturday, April 3, 2010 6:19:19 PM
Pooptart19, I'm afraid you`re going to get the good old "God works in mysterious ways" argument.
@ metalm0rgan, if you can`t explain that nothing made everything, how can you explain that nothing made God? The argument is equally valid for both the Big Bang theory and the God theory. As for your own understanding, isn`t it better to make up your own mind with the aid of other`s peoples opinions, rather than simply follow someone elses opinion?
Thursday, April 1, 2010 7:24:14 AM
I'm still waiting for an example.
prime, TRY to think this through. The idea of God you most likely hold is this: All-knowing, all-powerful, correct? Okay, moving along.
If God knew beforehand of the outcome of his own creation (the "fall" of Man) then why did God create anything in the first place? Better yet, how could anything your God created ever go to sh*t? Logic would conclude that if God created something, whatever the outcome of that creation could, at no point, go against the will of God. God can`t create a car he didn`t already know would break down, can he? If he wanted the car to NOT break down, he simply would`ve created it not to do so in the first place. Anything that happens anywhere could never deviate from God`s plans. So if your God created humankind and then humankind did something God told them not to do (the concept of original sin), how could humankind EVER do anything not already predetermined by God?
Thursday, April 1, 2010 7:14:03 AM
You do realize this makes you sound like a spoiled brat with no conscience. You've got a lot to learn and you are going to have to learn it all the hard way, Your self-made shifty morality and snottiness will be your undoing.
Crakr, my morality only shifts when I have gained a better understanding of reality or when someone else has made a good enough argument to invoke a possible change in my morals. It is not I that is without a conscience, for a truly moral person is moral even when they think they aren`t being watched.