posted on May, 20 2012 @ 07:25 AM
reply to post by JesuitGarlic
If you believe GOD is in all of us can you then:
- create matter out to produce a whole functional planet
Saying, "GOD is in all of us" does not necessarily mean that anyone is claiming to be a god.
"God" could be an expression meant to hearken back to the source of all existence.
Jesus said something like, "before Abraham was, I was", which probably could be taken a few ways.
Somehow he existed in some far distant time, and what is to say that we were not, too?
It is not too hard for people to generally accept the idea that each person chose, before they were born, to come into this world. So why not extend
that concept a step farther, and say that we, collectively, decided to not be merely a spiritual something without any substantiality, and decided to
bring a universe into existence? Then our choice was one of the nature of our differentiation from the collective, as to the nature of out future
substantiality, being fully spiritual in nature (what we would normally think of as the "gods"), or to be of a composite form of the spiritual and the
physical (like, human beings).
We would then have a part of the godhead in us, in that we are all from that original collective something before creation.
edit on 20-5-2012 by jmdewey60 because: (no reason given)