Discussion in 'Mind Games' started by Major Peacenik, Dec 31, 2004.

  1. I used to think, fuck God.
    Then I 'realized' that there was nothing to fuck.
    Then I 'realized' that by fucking God I'd have to fuck myself and EVERYTHING ELSE!

    What's your beef with God? How do you view him? Here's a place to tell about your relationship with him (or discredit his existance!)
  2. TrippinBTM

    TrippinBTM Ramblin' Man

    actually, there's whole other forums for this.
  3. TrippinBTM

    TrippinBTM Ramblin' Man

    Well, sorry man, didn't mean to kill your fun. But it'd be better in the philosophy/religion section. More people will see it anyways.
  4. mistera

    mistera Member

    You people are sad. You have a large VOID in your lifes. God is not the problem ,its man himself.Do not blame the lord for your sad excistances.
  5. There's no lord to blame! Eh well.. he's in you :)
  6. Mui

    Mui Senior Member

    God is dead. So is jesus.
  7. NaykidApe

    NaykidApe Bomb the Ban

    ^^^^You could start a religion with this^^^
  8. acetonephish

    acetonephish lickage

    I believe in God, but I think its odd that so many people who believe in God refuse to believe in the supernatural. They say theres no proof, and that its impossible and illogical. Yet they have no proof that this greater being created us all, that he created the earth, etc... etc... The only proof they have is a book. There are UFO books. Why are they any less factual than the bible?

    Pfff. If you can believe that this thing named God created us all, created the earth, the very land we are walking on, and that God has no beginning and no end, then you should be able to believe in at least UFO's and crap. The bible speaks of only how God created us. Isnt it possible that on some other planet those alien dudes believe in god too, and that he created them, and the religious nuts refuse to believe in us??

  9. mistera

    mistera Member

    UFO and crap are just that, CRAP. When you have something that remotely resembles sense, I will listen. Give me something to work with people.
  10. i kinda slapped the word god with the acceptance of love and the holy spirit. i dont think you need to be christian to have the holy spirit, not at all. i dont think you need to believe in the creation, or the bible in any literal sense... i personally find so so many parallels i compare with today in the bible, and really see some great metaphors that i find useful in my own life, you know? but, i think all this god every religion is searching for is the acceptance of a universal, unconditional love... i think it's horrible how things are all split up, and we dont see eachother as one. as humans. maybe we could all see this god together?
  11. Love_N_it

    Love_N_it Banned

    what did/do you expect or anticipate your God doing for you?
  12. let us all live enjoyable lives

  13. I was going to say something very similar, well said!
  14. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    I believe in god. I don't believe in organized religion.
  15. I believe in God. He has done so many great things for me. I don't need proof that he exists or doesn't exist. I have faith that He is out there, and that's all I need.
  16. =)

  17. When most people say God they're talking about someONE. The idea that god has a personality is childish IMO. You could call it a "Force" I guess. But there's nothing "out there" that we can communicate with and ask for it's love or forgiveness. Also if god/it is omnipresent, (an acceptable notion IMO), than how can it have a concious? Any concious being I know of has a head with a brain inside.

    It pisses me off that religions claim to "know" the way... and how thier explinations for our existence leave such giant gaps in their own reasoning.

    I'm cofortable with the idea that gravity or electrity being the basis of everything.

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