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#828 Jun 8, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
I know my creator very well, but my creator differs from your creator in most ways.
Who is your creator?

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#829 Jun 9, 2014
dollarsbill wrote:
<quoted text>Who is your creator?
It is hard to describe detailed and in simple words but the most common explanation is evolution.
However, it is more to it than that; evolution is the visualisation of the balance within chaos, and the way everything within the universe will influence everything else in some way or another.

Our existence is at the edge of chaos, a temporary balance at the edge before something else will replace what is now.

Ultimately, the forces behind all of this, the fundamental force of the universe remains hidden for us to see but exists everywhere, even within our rooms where it looks perfectly empty.

We can only observe it thru the ashes coming from it by the “fireworks” of the universe and our creation comes out of these ashes performed thru and by evolution.

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#830 Jun 10, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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It is hard to describe detailed and in simple words but the most common explanation is evolution.
Evolution is your god??? Such faith!!!

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#831 Jun 10, 2014
dollarsbill wrote:
<quoted text>Evolution is your god??? Such faith!!!
Creationism is a dead end street with a misleading road sign.

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#832 Jun 10, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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Creationism is a dead end street with a misleading road sign.
And that's your opinion. You choose faith in UTTER IGNORANT evolution.

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#833 Jun 11, 2014
dollarsbill wrote:
<quoted text>And that's your opinion. You choose faith in UTTER IGNORANT evolution.
Nevertheless, I believe that the two of us are aiming at a better world for everyone, only the path we have chosen differs fundamentally.

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#834 Jun 11, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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Nevertheless, I believe that the two of us are aiming at a better world for everyone, only the path we have chosen differs fundamentally.
This world will soon be destroyed.

Luke 21 This generation will not pass away until all things are fulfilled.
Flygerian

Fort Worth, TX

#835 Jun 11, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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What I am missing?
Most of all that everybody I know and that I do not know will have a good and healthy life.
I know my creator very well, but my creator differs from your creator in most ways.
Your "creator" was created. So what exactly are you believing in my friend

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#836 Jun 11, 2014
Flygerian wrote:
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Your "creator" was created. So what exactly are you believing in my friend
You are an illiterate LIAR.

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#837 Jun 11, 2014
dollarsbill wrote:
<quoted text>This world will soon be destroyed.
Luke 21 This generation will not pass away until all things are fulfilled.
We could agree that the thunderclouds are piling up; it does not look good for the future.
There are many reasons for that, first of all human nature in general, but then we have also what I will name as manuscripts or user manuals inherited from the past.
The Bible among others are such manuscripts, how the people from the past will try to remote control the future.
It is in fact my strongest argument against religious belief.

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#838 Jun 11, 2014
Flygerian wrote:
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Your "creator" was created. So what exactly are you believing in my friend
This is where I have a philosophical idea different from the general way of thinking.
I see eternity and measurable time as two sharply different dimensions.
Space-time (eternity) on one hand, matter and energy in motion at the other.
Space-time also manifested in this moment is static with no beginning or end and accordingly does not need a creation.
However, in some mysterious way matter and energy (E=mc2) comes “leaking” out of space-time.
It is my strictly personal belief and I do not mind if others will say that it is insane.
On the contrary, it is interesting to see if someone could prove me wrong.

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#839 Jun 16, 2014
EarlyMate wrote:
<quoted text>it seems the only thing he wants is praise!
wants or needs it
God is self-sufficient; It needs no praises from man.

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#840 Jun 16, 2014
dollarsbill wrote:
<quoted text>You're confusing God with the Devil. That's why you are a Biblical IGNORAMUS following the Devil.
There is no Devil. If God is omnipresent, the Devil will be 'omniabsent'.

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#841 Jun 16, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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What I am missing?
Most of all that everybody I know and that I do not know will have a good and healthy life.
I know my creator very well, but my creator differs from your creator in most ways.
There is no Creator. God never created anything.

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United States

#842 Jun 16, 2014
Flygerian wrote:
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Your "creator" was created. So what exactly are you believing in my friend
Don't mind him. There isn't even any creator at all.

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#843 Jun 16, 2014
jide oni wrote:
<quoted text> There is no Devil. If God is omnipresent, the Devil will be 'omniabsent'.
2 Corinthians 4:3-4 (NKJV)
3 But even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing, 4 whose minds the god of this age has blinded, who do not believe,
Flygerian

Fort Worth, TX

#844 Jun 16, 2014
jide oni wrote:
<quoted text> Don't mind him. There isn't even any creator at all.
Psalm 14
The fool[a] says in his heart,
“There is no God.”
Flygerian

Fort Worth, TX

#845 Jun 16, 2014
Mr Ironhart wrote:
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It is my strictly personal belief and I do not mind if others will say that it is insane.
Yes. It seems to just be a way to AVOID believing in God, but thats on you my friend.
Cisco Kid

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#846 Jun 19, 2014
In post 839 you state:
jide oni wrote:
God is self-sufficient; It needs no praises from man.
Then a couple of posts later you claim:
jide oni wrote:
<quoted text> There is no Creator. God never created anything.
Just what is it you think God does if not creating ex nihilo?

The simple fact you acknowledge God's existence implies you understand God The Creator is alive and well..

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Europe

#847 Jul 10, 2014
Cisco Kid,
There is a world of difference between belief in God and knowledge of God.
Those who believe in God, believe that God created things; Whereas, those of us who know that God exists, know that existence is eternal, that eternity is endless and beginningless, that what has no beginning couldn't have been created. God is not a creator.
God is perfect, i.e. complete with nothing to add and nothing to improve on. Such a God that lacks nothing and in need of nothing, can never need anything from an imperfect man.

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