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Originally posted by Im a Marty
Yes I always questioned that too! When I was going to Church a few years ago, I asked someone why the 'God' of the bible is full of anger, destruction, disappointment (Even killing people with the flood) - then Jesus who was supposed to be God incarnate as a human, would be compassionate, loving, caring, etc.... Just didn't make sense. I think the angriest Jesus ever got was upturning the table at the synagogue and calling the religious men 'Hypocrites'.
Seems like humanizing 'God' made him more caring
I struggle to think that if Jesus was 'God' that he'd be someone to cause the flood!
Originally posted by Jonar
. . . So here is one for some of those that like to ponder things, when it states "below" in relation to this world can we say we are refering to some form of life that is interior to our own world?