posted on May, 31 2004 @ 06:45 PM
This is from another thread, parts apply to this one...
posted on 31-5-2004 at 12:41 PM Post Number: 564448 (post id: 585142) edit quote
I was thinking that if what we perceive as God as the creator of all dimensions and everything that was, is, and will be, than will the creator be
biased towards good? If he created evil (even indirectly), then he would never punish those I believe. When our souls go to an eternal paradise after
we die, all souls, good or evil go to the same place. And if the battle between good and evil does still take place in the eternal, wont there be an
eternal battle of good and evil. That even if we are saved in our present lives, will evil once again introduce itself in this life and we will be
exposed to it anyway in the eternal? That maybe the whole point of living is just to live and experience this life. I believe in eternal love, and I
believe that all humans are capable of this, but all are also capable of evil. How do the good angels fight the evil ones anyway. I guess this is a
good time to define what I think is evil (evil is controlling others). I'm sure some of the tactics used by good angels include what others may
consider evil. So on this earth, if someone tries to kill us or control us, we fight, right? I mean, if we loved when someone tried to kill us and
then we died, would we just be exposed to the same evil in the eternal.
Maybe hell and heaven are part of the same place....
I'm sorry this isnt very well organized, its just a philosophical debate that I've been struggling with for awhile.
Travel is so restricted on this world, if I tried hiking or boating and seeing everything I would probably be arrested for trespassing or illegal
hunting many times on the way. I'd very much like to have a savior (aliens or whatever) create a free world, where technology and science wasn't our
main occupation, but simply being was. That instead of paying dues for all this technology it would simply be at anyone's disposal to do as they
Anyway, some comments to potentially spur some more discussion.