Posted: May 30, 2014 10:50 am
by trubble76
JTRizzle wrote:
trubble76 wrote:
JTRizzle wrote:
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The God of Abraham (perhaps the unnamed god of intelligent design, but who knows how He did it) is NOT something that is used to explain a natural phenomena. no explanation of any natural phenomena is necessary in our (Catholicism's) definition of God. if all things about nature were known, there would be no reason whatsoever to disbelieve in God because there is no phenomenon on which He relies. now, many Christians do use God to explain the unexplained, but that has no bearing on what God really is. refer to the Catechism of the Catholic Church for more information on this matter. I think your idea is interesting, it could be a very cool read (if it is not overly biased towards any of the gods or lack of gods) but i think it would be a good idea to either change the criteria or leave the God of Abraham out of it because He does NOT fit the criteria.

I wonder if you are the only believer that thinks their god is different? :ask:

I hate to break it to you but your invisible friend is no different to all the other invisible friends. They are all silly little fairy tales, some more amusing than others.

you are incredibly cute.

Thank you. My unbelievable cuteness aside, your god is no different from any other. One made-up magical being is much like any other, they might have different X-men powers, they might have different views on the proper way to murder, torture and rape, they might have different back-stories but they are still the same comic-book characters in the end.