posted on Jan, 5 2010 @ 02:44 PM
Haha I'm assuming my remark in the other thread brought this up.. So I'll have to say it again for the sake of everyone else:
The sun is only one of the elements that "gives us life". In reality, the sun is a toxic radioactivity emitting beast. It only is able to "give us
life" because our earth has an incredible dynamo effect created by the opposite rotation of the iron core from the crust, that in turn creates the
protective magnotosphere 'force field' that literally "fights back" against the solar wind.
Without this force field, the atmosphere would literally be blown away, out into outer space, all of the water would evaporate, not to mention life as
we no it would not be possible because of the immense amounts of toxic radiation.
To say that "the sun gives life" is false. The earth "gives life" just as much or more than the sun. Not only does the earth provide the
protective force-field, it also gives us water (which we are mostly made of), it gives us nutrients (the other part we are made of), it gives us trees
to make houses of, and metal to make tools to make houses, etc.
Without any of those things, we would be pretty screwed (although maybe a mud hut wouldn't be too bad).
Why did you lie in the other thread, when I pointed out your contradiction? You said you weren't advocating worshipping a pagan "sun god".
But here you are, saying those exact words almost.
How can you quote Jesus Christ in your signature and advocate pagan idol worship? Who did Jesus worship? (Well, some people say himself, but who did
he actually pray too? Was it the "sun"? Or the Father)
If you believe in God, you don't believe that God created the sun? Instead, you want to worship the Sun, instead of it's creator?
What about the other trillions of stars out there? Should we worship them to?
Or only ours, because it happens to help us the most.
Your argument is lacking.
[edit on 5-1-2010 by seattletruth]