Does God speak English, Arabic or some other language ?

Discussion in 'Religion' started by Seaman, Dec 13, 2017.

  1. Seaman Registered Member

    Millions of people think that God spoke in some language before there were any humans. But this is silly, because all languages used by humans evolved ! For example, Spanish and Italian evolved from Latin. American English evolved from British English but peppered with a dash of Indian and other European languages. So what language does God speak to the Angels ?
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  3. Xelasnave.1947 Valued Senior Member

    Sign language.
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  8. sculptor Valued Senior Member

    Language is a construct of the conscious mind, which seems most likely to be a small part of the mind's capabilities.

    Why assume that "GOD" would speak only to the conscious mind?

    And, then we get into the construct of conscious vs subconscious vs superconscious vs epiconscious.
    It seems that when my conscious mind relaxes and allows control to drift into other areas of mental control that my best happens.
  9. Seattle Valued Senior Member

    What clothes does God wear and where does he buy them?
  10. sculptor Valued Senior Member

    The trickster god?

    BILL MOYERS: There’s a wonderful story in some African tradition of the god who’s walking down the road, and the god has on a hat that is colored red on one side and blue on the other side. So when the people, the farmers in the field go into the village in the evening, they said, “Did you see that fellow, that god with the blue hat?” And the others said, “No, no, he had a red hat on,” and they get into a fight.

    JOSEPH CAMPBELL: Yes. He even makes it worse by first walking along this direction, and then turning around and turning his hat around, so that again, it’ll be red and black or whatever and then when these two chaps fight and are brought before the king or chief for judgment, this fellow appears and he says, “It’s my fault, I did it. Spreading strife is my greatest joy.”

  11. spidergoat Liddle' Dick Tater Valued Senior Member


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