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August 24, 2012

“God” (For G-Man's Friday Flash 55)


(Regarding the traditional Judeo-Christian concept of “God”)

I find that wrapping my mind around this concept of God is much the same as wrapping my mind around concepts like Endless Time or a Limitless Universe: Even without proof, I can still imagine them existing.  But not believing is much easier, since it requires no proof.

7 comments:

  1. Couldn't agree with you more. A difficult topic to take on in only 55 words, but maybe the question is pretty simple, really, and we just make it hard.

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  2. def...if we waited for proof of many things i think it would be a rather empty word though....

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  3. Bubba...
    So glad to see you back Brother.
    I was about to send out a search and rescue!!!
    Loved your Theological 55 My Friend
    Thanks for playing, thanks for your awesome support, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

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  4. Belief requires an element of faith. Faith is tough. It requires belief :) and trust.

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  5. I enjoyed your pondering here. So many believe as you do. Myself I believe and have enjoyed the journey of searching and studying and building faith in that endless universe/creation/God :). It hurts my mind because of the awesomeness of it, but I love it.

    Have a great weekend

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  6. I enjoyed your pondering here. So many believe as you do. Myself I believe and have enjoyed the journey of searching and studying and building faith in that endless universe/creation/God :). It hurts my mind because of the awesomeness of it, but I love it.

    Have a great weekend

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  7. I think it takes more faith to say that there is no god. But were you specifically referring to the Judeo-Christian revelation? There is work there.

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