What sort of god do you imagine?
December 22, 2010

What sort of god do you imagine?

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Josie : June 09, 2011 09:21 pm
I imagine a God who loves the person who was sinner and the person who was sinned against. I do believe that he sees the difference between good and bad, but for some reason I imagine him being so forgiving that he has the same amount of love for everyone.
Kevin : February 01, 2011 11:59 pm
What do people see in their everyday lives that makes them believe in God? I read once about an atheist who started to believe in God again because he was walking along the Potomac and saw ice covering a tree, what things like that have people seen in their lives that give them faith in something more?
Mike Peters : December 29, 2010 04:40 am
I imagine no God. Certainly not the God that permits Rawanda, or Cambodia, or Bosnia, or Armenia, or the Shoah (Holocaust), or cancer in children, or murder, or exceptional pain. Worshipers want to believe in something. They should invest the time helping others instead. Drive past the house of worship and help out at a hospital, fire dept, homeless shelter. I will give you the actual meaning of life: on the last minute of your life, when you realize there are no more minutes, the sum of your life will be what you did for others. It will not be what you did for yourself, and it will not be the number of times you asked for forgiveness.
Cantor Linda Shivers : December 22, 2010 06:26 am
I imagine a god who is imminent and somehow cares about me. There are many ways that could be and it doesn't much matter to me which scenario is "true". I feel certain that God exists. Intellectual or theoretical models don't affect my truth that God exists. Theology is interesting to me but not essential.
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