posted on Aug, 9 2005 @ 04:42 AM
I see God in those terms myself, Jewish or Muslim, Christian or some denomination of the mentioned. He is the same God, we have the right to worship
or give our thanks in a way we feel comfortable. Never mind the petty stuff, that is only causing the already HUGE rift to grow even larger. As we all
suffer because of it, we are either the problem or the solution.
Open minded or closed, petty or not. Point under stood or never will be...
He isn't in the congregations for me, God can not be contained to such mundane place. He is the creator of all, every thing we have is do to him,
from the bees and the birds, to fancy 60s muscle cars. If he hadn't created every thing we needed to invent, revelations of inspiration if you will.
By the way "revelations" isn't just a section of the bible, it does mean something.
God is merciful, all knowing and all seeing. Every thing is his creation, directly or indirectly. If he created us, then everything we create, even
though by our free will or against via ignorance, was foreseen. How can man take credit for makeing anything, when responcibilty for is not. Did man
create the minerals or materials out of no where. No, it was already here waiting for our discovery. Not enough thanks is given to who it really
belongs to. In the end, all things return to where they came. we are made up of the elements and so we shall return, in body of course.
Theology, politics, all of it serves nothing better than to seperate and distance us from each other, further polarizing. No good has came from
prolonged arguements. Mature, disciplined debate yes.
"A house divided against itself..."
United we stand, the rest is not an option.
[edit on 9-8-2005 by ADVISOR]