posted on Aug, 1 2014 @ 12:48 PM
a reply to: Seede
I understand what you are saying here and i guess this is where the bone of contention comes in about The New Testament. I know Catholicism itself
uses both Old and New but essentially the God of New Testament has been 'redefined'.
I guess a good question would be should these 2 collections be contained together in one book?
From Israel's point of view i would hazard a guess the whole Goyim thing still stands strong.
This is where the Bible as a whole comes a little unstuck for me 'The Lord God of Israel' is still Israel's god, The more loving God of new testament
is 'The Creators' message. There is in my personal opinion more than 1 'God' in The Bible and the 'Words' of there 'Messages' are what shows this.
I do believe in 'One' Unified Creator that is all,the source,light,love but The Bible is full of 'Messages' that are of 'Negative' taint to put it
This is why there is so much confusion about The Books overall 'Message' because differing
entity's/beings/gods/messages/changelings/epiphany's/enlightenment's have all been lumped into one 'God'
From the perspective of trying to unify mankind i can see why this was done, but on many levels it has caused much confusion,war and bigotry.
I also understand the duality of beings/gods/man but The Creator being of complete unity does not directly exercise extreme's those are the
co-creators who experience for The Creator as such.
I hope this response kind of deals with your points, i can be a little 'Off' at times
On the other hand i could be completely wrong or wrong and right, life is full of surprises
edit on 1-8-2014 by JokerThe1st because: removed off topic content