What IS a god?

Discussion in 'Religion Archives' started by charles brough, Oct 27, 2007.

  1. sinaftersin Registered Member

    This definition would also fuel the theory that GOD is infact an acronym:

    Genesis Of Deception
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  3. Godless Objectivist Mind Registered Senior Member

    Or Grand Old Daddy..

    What is a god?

    God is the voice of our subconscious mind, the bicameral mind of ancient men heard voice in their head, their primitive mind communicating with their subconsciousness since they didn't have the knowledge that they were basically schizophrenics these voices were the gods, then men evolved a consciousness and the voices became silent, men created their gods out of chaos..

    Well that's just my version read the research of the bicameral mentality by Dr Julian Jaynes, you'll get a clue what a god is.



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  5. charles brough Registered Senior Member

    In the old polytheisms, it was not a matter of the many aspects of "the One God" but of many very different gods competing with each other.

    Since there is no scientific evidence "spirits" exist, monotheisms are more advanced, that is, they are more ACCURATE, than the old polytheisms. The fewer the "spirits" believed in, in the human historical mainstream, the more advanced the civilization. This is social evolution.

    charles, http://humanpurpose.simplenet.com
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  7. oreodont I am God Registered Senior Member

    I am God.. I love ya'll so much I might not even BBQ you in Hell for eternity....maybe.

    Jesus freaks stand in single file for an opportunity to kiss my ass.
  8. VitalOne Banned Banned

    No they're all real, you're deluded into believing fantasy over reality
  9. lightgigantic Banned Banned

    there are however unique positions given to monotheistic understandings of god, and not merely the linguistic sense in which the word appears - eg - cause of all causes, fully independent, possessor of all opulences, etc etc

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