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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    If they were perfect they wouldn't have sinned would they?
    Even Jesus sinned when he whipped the money changers and wrecked their sales stalls.

    God sinned when he used genocide.

    Or don't you think murdering all the innocent babies and children he murdered is a sin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnostic Christian Bishop View Post
    Even Jesus sinned when he whipped the money changers and wrecked their sales stalls.

    God sinned when he used genocide.

    Or don't you think murdering all the innocent babies and children he murdered is a sin?

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    Nope, God can't sin.

    Sin only applies to humans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoVsMatrix View Post
    If you want to be a Christian.. you should at least 'try'.
    Try yes but its unattainable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnostic Christian Bishop View Post
    For evil to grow, all good people need do is simply shrug and move on.

    Could those victimized by Inquisitions just move on?

    Both Christianity and Islam have basically developed into intolerant, homophobic and misogynous religions. Both religions have grown themselves by the sword instead of good deeds and continue with their immoral ways in spite of secular law showing them the moral ways.

    Jesus said we would know his people by their works and deeds. That means Jesus would not recognize Christians and Muslims as his people, and neither do I. Jesus would call Christianity and Islam abominations.

    Gnostic Christians did in the past, and I am proudly continuing that tradition and honest irrefutable evaluation based on morality.

    https://topdocumentaryfilms.com/theft-values/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxoxPapPxXk

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    There are plenty of intolerant groups you could target to change the world so its odd you picked religion as your "crusade".

    There are many very decent religious people unlike say racists who are all evil.

    Perhaps you are actually searching for God in your own way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Try yes but its unattainable.
    As expected: swoosh, right over your head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Most theists would be wrong.

    You can't apply human standards to God.

    We can't even conceive the reality He exists in let alone try to explain or justify His actions.

    Things we perceive may not be actually how they are in God's universe.

    When we see him slaughter children or whatever it may only be our perception here and now.

    Gives a person a headache even thinking about the complexity of God's world.

    We won't know the truth until we finally ascend to Heaven and have it explained to us, or as much as we are allowed or are capable of understanding.

    You guys need to stop treating God as if he's a simply mortal like us, He's not.
    So, who was the architect of all those rules, regulations, and expectations in the Bible that Christians use to justify what they deem "right", and "wrong", if it wasn't God?

    ...this should be fun...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    You could say he invented morality for humans I suppose.

    Morality doesn't apply to God.

    There is no right or wrong when it comes to Him.

    I know its impossible for you to grasp but it is the that way.

    You have to reduce God down to a humans level to try and understand him but it doesn't work that way.
    So...if God has no morality ("there is no right or wrong with God"; you literally just described a complete absence of moral thought) then what makes him worthy of following?

    Follow-up question. Ps 73:1 - "Surely God is good to Israel, To those who are pure in heart!"; Ps 145:9 - "The LORD is good to all, And His mercies are over all His works."; Lam 3:25 - "The LORD is good to those who wait for Him, To the person who seeks Him." These are just a few of the passages in the Bible that speak to the goodness of God. But...if God is right, and wrong (good, and evil) do not apply to God, how then can he be "Good"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Nope, God can't sin.

    Sin only applies to humans.
    Your cognitive dissonance is astounding. You haver insulated yourself from reason by simply deciding that, no matter what God did, he can't be wrong. If anyone else in the entire universe did what God did, they would be the most cruel, detestable, reprehensible creagture in the universe. But, God did it? Okay. it's evil, but it must not be since he did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Nope, God can't sin.

    Sin only applies to humans.
    So genocide and the murder of innocent people is not a sin.

    Ok.

    Thanks for showing us you Christian morality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Nope, God can't sin.

    Sin only applies to humans.
    Satan cannot sin then. Right?

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