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So how do you suppose they knew the origins of God? Do you think God once was different, more reachable, explaining to man the way?
I think it makes more sense that if we are having to find and discover our way now then its likely always been this way, never having a for sure 100% knowing. What sense would it make for people to fall from God purposely? If you KNOW its God and you KNOW its your maker, who would fall away from this?
Originally posted by Ghost in the Machine
Though I find your post very interesting, I disagree with you on two areas. The fall of Adam was an important part to Gods plan for slavation. If Adam hadnt fallen then he would have remained in the Garden forever without offspring. This would then make Christ and his actions(if they ever took place) void.
but none the less, Why would God allow the corruption of his worship?
The Lament (or the apocalypse) by Hermes Trismegistus
translated from Ficino by F.C. Yates
(The Ficino translation is authentic, the guy that did the prior translations popularized in the west took great liberties)
This dates from the time of Zoroaster or perhaps before.
Hermes is also known as Thoth, The High Priest of Egypt.
This was Thoth speaking to his son. This may be (c) from the beginning of Egypt..
"There will come a time when it will be seen that in vain have the Egyptians honoured the divinity with a pious mind and with assiduous service. All their holy worship will become inefficacious. The Gods, leaving the earth will go back to heaven; they will abandon Egypt; this land, once the home of religion, will be widowed of its gods and left destitute. continues at link above
Christians say- father son holy spirit
east indians say-Buddha Brahma and vashuna
the trinity in both.and so on. so why did we misinterpret it?...
I've been looking into the Hindu religion to see what it says about their origins. I'll get back to you on what I find.