Discussion in 'Religion' started by davewhite04, May 5, 2019.
Logically, if god is defined as omnipotent, there can be nothing invincible with respect to it.
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If omnipotence faught invincibility it would result in our world. God will have to rely on the kindness of the devil in order to create peace, as both play vital roles in their enviorment.
What makes you think "God" wants peace? Who is your God?
Why would God fight with you? Hell will burn itself if your passive to it. Inner peace keeps the demons out with equanimity.
The all mighty doesn't require fighting.
erm... that really depends on which tome you're referring from and what "all mighty" deity you're referring to as well
The ones I know all fight.
So evil, ostensibly caused by Satan, is a deliberate part of God's plan. Making God himself evil?
Wrong, as they are generally at peace, and invincibility isn't a evil thing even as a demon.
Which God are you referring to?
But you speak of the invincibility of evil, like God allows evil to happen. What kind of peace applies to the concept of evil? The peace of the grave?
Knowing what wars, paranoia, slave labour, looking at all that is wrong with your planet, and then you experience peace. It's worth waiting around for.
do you love the question or were you referring to "love" as a deity, because love isn't a deity, and if you're referring to any faction of abrahamic religion and their claims of an all-loving deity then I recommend actually reading their texts
Invincibility is the one to hate evil. God is just passive to hell and humans. He can take you there but you must walk the path on your own. The only way to be happy goes through universal ignorance.
1 John 4:8 If you don't love you don't know God because God is LOVE.
Stick to the gospels. Where Jesus actually spoke. Just a tip.
"The First Temptation of Jesus", or some such title, about a gay Jesus, has some people upset with Netflix.
Because you're quoting the new testament, perhaps I should remind you of JER 31:27 - 37 which is directly applicable to the new covenant with the world. Specifically, you're either:
1- violating the laws of your own covenant
2- you don't believe in your own god
there ain't no third option, per your desire to quote your own tome, as he was there in order to meet the prophecy and old laws (MAT 5:17) - unless you're working for the opposition camp and attempting to get others to violate the bible as well, which is an entirely different story.
of course, that is assuming jesus existed at all (there is no validating evidence that he did exist)
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