reply to post by randyvs
Well ok then . Let me say that it appears hateful to me for you to blame mankinds disfunctions on God.
I'm not blaming mankinds dysfunctions on anyone. I personally do not subscribe to the actuality of a creator, but tooling with the idea, if a singular
creator does exist and people worship various deities all claiming to worship this one creator head and with all exclaiming as much valid evidence for
the "truths" they preach in regards to this one creator, then it is safe to assume this one creator that *everyone* worships in their own way with
separate messages given to each religion, is a schizophrenic creator. One who not only hides it's true nature, but purposefully sets up conflict
amongst it's creation for whatever purpose we are not privy too.
With that said however, MAN is responsible for his own faults.
Nothing that you blame God for, is on his shoulders stud. Until you can see that and find some empathy for an entity that you can't even say
I find it rather ironic that you can claim I can't know the creator, it's intentions or drives and yet you having never personally having met this
creator you are so fond of or has no direct evidence for it's existence beyond mere wonderment of where everything came from can so vehemently exclaim
to know much more about this creator than I.
Because you don't know that. You are the one who looks schizo by suggesting that you do, when you proclaim that. Extrodinary claims? Require
extrodinary evidence partner. Claiming God dosn't exist, is really quite extrodinary when you give it some thought.
You are certainly right! Extraordinary claims do require extraordinary evidence. With that in mind, what extraordinary evidence can you proffer for
your extraordinary claim? Can you point to more direct evidence for your personal take on the creator, more so than a Buddhist has evidence for his
version? Is all you have to point towards a 2000 year old script (the old testament, a JEWISH BOOK) written by a primitive group of people? Or do you
prefer the writings of the New Testament that depict a story which began being written a generation after it's main character had passed on? Why not
believe in older writings of other cultures whom lived closer to the perceived creation period?
Realistic ? You think it's realistic to claim God dosn't exist because there is no empirical or objective evidence ?
You're blowing smoke in a nose dive sirnex. Pull up!
Do you think it's realistic to believe in something without direct evidence for it being true? Would you accept *as truth* that of all our discussions
together about the creator, that this whole time, I am the creator testing your faith in me. Perhaps I have plans for you, plans you can't even begin
to imagine or comprehend until you're ready.
Then again, you would also want proof of that as much as I question proof for you're words and beliefs.
*Perhaps the perceived hatred you see is my disdain for everyone taking my true nature out of context for their own arrogant self righteous
narcissistic motives and agendas. Perhaps one should not claim to know the nature of a creator when one is incapable of harnessing such power
edit on 27-9-2011 by sirnex because: (no reason given)