posted on Aug, 5 2010 @ 06:46 PM
Originally posted by Section31
Originally posted by 11118
This is merely picking apart and over analyzing the meaning behind the title. Logic and word play is shallow considering you know, as well as everyone
else does, what the title means in it's context.
The "Creator" may have been a better word in place of "God".
I already explained my philosophy a few pages back. What I am now presenting is an conundrum in the whole premise.
Where does the word creator come from? Does it have roots in religion? Was religion responsible for the ideology behind the word creator?
[edit on 5-8-2010 by Section31]
We would have to ask ourselves questions to answer and stem off from these answers with more questions.
These questions do not have to be answered or thought upon in the order that they are given, and these questions are only created from my opinion.
They can be tweaked, changed, and added onto accordingly:
A. What is Religion, is it the same as Spirituality?
B. What is the Creator?
C. What is the Created?
D. Does the context of the word Creator only rest upon the English language?
E. Can the word Creator be thought of, or have the same feeling in each individual entity without a language spoken?
I believe the thought
of the Creator originated long before languages took it's context into their own personalized meaning, religion being
created to define the Creator into a personalized meaning - thus, dividing the masses into etched-in-stone understandings of the Creator. When frankly
I do not think the Creator is etched-in-stone as it may not really understand itself either.
[edit on 5-8-2010 by 11118]