posted on Nov, 4 2009 @ 01:26 PM
why you must think of God as a being, or a man?
What if God is literally everything? What is "God" Is just a word, not a name? No more a word than dark matter, or black hole?
What is God is the invisible fabric that holds everything in existence together? Like some ultra sensitive spider web that transcends the ideals of
space and time where something on one side of the universe affects something in another universe?
And what if this ideal of God can create at will, and has always existed?
Is that really much different than believing something came from nothing? Is that really much different than believing in the beginning there was
absolutely nothing? No time, no space, no stars, no gasses, no salt, no sand, no water, nothing.
Poof. Everything was there?
The bible does not call God a man. The bible says man was created in the image of God. If you believe in God, then you believe in the idea of a
spirit. Again, a spirit is just a word used by us to describe an ideal.
What is God is a spirit, and we call that spirit "existence"?
I believe that at some point, especially scientific philosophers, needs to realize that they don't know everything, and they must force themselves to
resist the temptation to say something is for sure there, or for sure not there, because we, as human beings, really don't have a damn clue about
is there a God?
Sure, if you want there to be.