posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 07:10 PM
I think it does. Specifically looking into our origins helps to understand what God is or is not. Personally I believe the God of the bible was not
the creator of everything. The bible stories promote the idea that God is a being of some sort that we should worship. That is a lie, and really the
biblical God was a reptilian being who created us by genetic manipulation, from the life that already existed ( that was created by the universal
creative force, the real God ). For example, bible god felt the need to cleanse the earth by sending a flood. To kill everything. Doesn't sound like a
loving creator to me. A truly loving creator would not have had us killing animals to survive. So the bible is full of lies, Christianity does not
even follow the teachings of the bible it supposedly came from ie: the trinity? holy communion? No women priests? Priests not allowed to marry?
I believe there is a creative force that you could call God, that did create all life and the Universe. That is why we are not alone in the Universe,
life appears everywhere. DNA is clearly a code, not just random happenings. To give you an idea where I am coming from, we can now do basic genetic
manipulation. GMO. So if we create a new species by genetic tinkering, which we are doing, who created that new species? Us or God? Does it not make
us the God of the said new species?
For me being closer to God has come about by realizing that we and all life is made of the universal creative force. Weather we have been genetically
altered or not, there is a spark of the divine in us. The bible really doesn't help us to understand the truth about God, even though it does contain
many useful truths which can help us to lead good lives.