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    31 Mar '09 12:51
    Most theists believe in 1 god. If one god is possible, why not two , or a thousand? (Or none). Please no malarky about Jesus.
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    31 Mar '09 13:31
    Originally posted by 667joe
    Most theists believe in 1 god. If one god is possible, why not two , or a thousand? (Or none). Please no malarky about Jesus.
    There are already many gods, many of them are mentionned in the bible, and are taken seriously. Everyone believing in the bible knows that there are more gods than one.

    But according to the commandements only one can be worshipped.
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    31 Mar '09 13:49
    Wut iz god?
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    31 Mar '09 14:22
    Originally posted by 667joe
    Most theists believe in 1 god. If one god is possible, why not two , or a thousand? (Or none). Please no malarky about Jesus.
    There is only one God.
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    31 Mar '09 14:28
    Originally posted by scherzo
    There is only one God.
    god the father, god the son and god the holy spirit.
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    31 Mar '09 14:37
    Originally posted by scherzo
    There is only one God.
    Not according to the bible. There are many.
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    31 Mar '09 14:41
    Originally posted by stoker
    god the father, god the son and god the holy spirit.
    God the creator, God the majestic, God the merciful, etc.
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    31 Mar '09 14:42
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    Not according to the bible. There are many.
    Find me the citation.
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    31 Mar '09 15:03
    Originally posted by scherzo
    Find me the citation.
    What does the first commandment say?
    Why is he afraid of other gods if there are no other gods?

    Like me saying I'm afraid of pink elephants if I know there aren't any. By being scared of them I know that there are pink elephants.

    So if god aknowledge other gods, being scared of them, then there are, right?
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    31 Mar '09 15:05
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    What does the first commandment say?
    Why is he afraid of other gods if there are no other gods?

    Like me saying I'm afraid of pink elephants if I know there aren't any. By being scared of them I know that there are pink elephants.

    So if god aknowledge other gods, being scared of them, then there are, right?
    Are you saying it's impossible to be afraid of something which isn't there? 😕
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    31 Mar '09 15:07
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    What does the first commandment say?
    Why is he afraid of other gods if there are no other gods?

    Like me saying I'm afraid of pink elephants if I know there aren't any. By being scared of them I know that there are pink elephants.

    So if god aknowledge other gods, being scared of them, then there are, right?
    He's talking about the pagan inventions of other people, not about actual gods.
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    31 Mar '09 15:07
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Are you saying it's impossible to be afraid of something which isn't there? 😕
    Why should god be afraid of something which isn't there? He's onnipotent, remember?
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    31 Mar '09 15:07
    Originally posted by scherzo
    He's talking about the pagan inventions of other people, not about actual gods.
    Who says? Reference, please.
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    31 Mar '09 15:171 edit
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    Why should god be afraid of something which isn't there? He's onnipotent, remember?
    So now you argue for his omnipotence? In which thread are you wrong?

    (I have an answer that is consistent with his omnipotence, but unless you answer the question above, I'll know you're just firing shots in the dark without any consistency)
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    31 Mar '09 15:24
    Originally posted by Palynka
    So now you argue for his omnipotence? In which thread are you wrong?
    I used your notion of his omnipotence to contradict your own notion. Nothing more.

    Do I believe in the omnipotnece of god or do I not, you soon ask.
    I answer: I don't believe in the christian god as he is described in the christian bible. I cannot believe in an evil god that wipes out nearly the whole population from the face of the Earth. Hitler tried but failed. God succeded with the flooding, according to the bible. He is more evil than Hitler. And that is the god the christian want to believe in? No way I will.

    There is no evil god in my religion.
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