If I were God, what questions would you ask me?

Anonymous (@) 10 years, 9 months ago

I will answer as best I can.

April 18, 2011 at 7:40 am
maurice (1) (@mak09) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

Because if I can ask God a question then God exists. And if God exists then there is probably an after life. If there is an after life than that gives me a greater goal to work towards in life.

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Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

@Julian

Experience

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Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

@Dave

God expected to forget what She expected and therefore experience self-discovery. His purpose in doing this was for YOU to enjoy the process and She would probably ask you what YOU think of the results so far.

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Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

@Bernadette

In Ultimate Reality, God has made no mistakes.

God invented humor, and rejoices at our every chuckle.

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Anonymous (1) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

@God Will you ever be something other than yourself?

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Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

@Rain

The point of existence is to experience what God is (Her essence) in contrast to God’s conception of Himself as a Whole. God cannot accomplish this without existence on a “physical” plane whereby She can look back through time and space at Herself in order to experience rather than just conceptualize His divinity and Wholeness.

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Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

@Kratoyd

There are infinite universes.

Concepts are themselves abstractions and thus inaccurate. However, an accurate conception of gravity is given through our experience of it everyday.

God is the One that is many. The All of Everything.

No religion conceptualizes God accurately as a form of exclusionary one-up-manship. People of true religious spirit do experience and describe God “correctly” though every inspired concept is subject to the filter which expresses it.

God is everything in the universe, and knows too much about it. So She tries different ways of forgetting how much He knows in order to choose to know rather than just wake up in the castle so to speak.

Magnets are a physical expression of the primal force of the universe which is: up/down, left/right, here/there, crest/trough, hot/cold, organism/environment, light/dark. The important thing to realize is that these are poles of the same thing, interacting with each other through themselves.

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Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

@Remedium

God gave you the free will to create the choice and to decide which one is better. He has no opinion in the matter.

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Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

@Rain

Man has committed the most atrocious acts of history in His name. God, however, has no opinion or value judgment on the matter.

God has no favorite thing about Earth. She loves all things in heaven and Earth equally and infinitely.

God is never upset, only loving, only forgiving, never judgmental, never condemning.

God has no favorites and favors all things and movies infinitely.

You can touch and play with things that make rainbows.

No regrets.

God calls Herself All Things.

Platypus is one of the only mammals to lay eggs, can’t you see how that might be important?

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Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

@Julian22

I think you might be right about that.

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m. (8) (@mjmf826) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

Dear God:
I would rather seek advice from my yoga mat. fucker.

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Anonymous (2) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

The question was a joke.

All questions could have been answered in a sentence:

The Ultimate is infinitely simple, infinitely complex, infinitely impartial, and ultimately unknowable.

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Josephine (0) (@josephine) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

What is God’s favorite?

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Adam Mac (15) (@emceedan) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

Meh. This all depends on what god turns out to be. I’ll assume he’s one of the two most widely accepted fictional interpretations, to which I have the same question for both.

“God, you’re obviously a depraved cunt – what gives?”

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m. (8) (@mjmf826) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

God’s reply to Adam: I shall smite thee for such blasphemy!!!

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Adam Mac (15) (@emceedan) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

My question was based on the assumption that this god was either the Christian or Islamic conception of god. In either case, I knew I was condemned the second I appeared before either one. Which is, in fact, why I chose that statement/question.

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Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

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mario (12) (@mario82) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

I would ask god if it angers him when plane crash survivor’s eat the other dead passenger’s

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Bryan Hellard (307)M (@xyver) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

The one thing I’m noticing here is that God (Aaron) keeps refering to God as a “she”, whereas all the people asking questions refer to God as a “he”.

Therefore, I will ask:

God? Are you a He or a She?

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mario (12) (@mario82) 10 years, 9 months ago ago

was hitler evil, or just an angry child

-and if you made people perfectly why does abraham say you want them to cut off their foreskins..if you ask me penis mutilation goes against god…no not abraham lincoln…the other one.you know son of someone or another.. i dont know if he had a last name.

-oh was that you in the there when i was splitting wood..i thought i saw you a few times..i know you said your in there too..

ps thanks for free will!

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Anonymous (291) (@) 9 years, 5 months ago ago

@cosmiclemonade, Bump.

If you wanted me to believe in you, and you wanted me to believe in an all righteous God, all knowing, all forgiving, then why set up a system like that of Hell, a place of eternal damnation, when, on face value, all sins are equal and yet Hell exists in your “realm?” And yet, you preach forgiveness upon acceptance?

If I were a good human, leading a good life, with good intentions, but not believing in your existence because an all knowing, all loving God sent those who were unworthy of their passage to Heaven straight to Hell, where would I go?

And what makes me want to believe that some being such as YOU exists, while you sit back and watch things created in your perfect image, your very perfect image, like that of angels and the throne, destroy each other?

should I believe you when you respond with “it is that of nature?”

To which point does the point of nature go above and beyond, the missing link being love?

Being humans, as we are, capable of love, does that not make us more than a God, for we are capable to love unlike you, “God”?

Tee hee.
Have fun with these.

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deejay (1) (@deejay) 9 years, 5 months ago ago

@alexa I’d like to give those a shot if you don’t mind. Even though I’m not God (or in this situation, Aaron).

These days, it seems everyone sets up hell as some sort of horrible place with demons, fire, eternal suffering, constant misery, everlasting pain, etc. Some of those may be true, but most of the times it’s just Jesus giving examples of what hell would be like, not it’s actual description. (Weeping and gnashing of teeth ring a bell?) The true “hell” is the separation from God. We constantly are in His presence. We can’t ever leave His presence. When we choose a life of sin and do whatever we want, the end result is damnation. God loves us, but He won’t control you to love Him; it wouldn’t be true love if you were forced to love Him back. Therefore, when you decide a life of sin is better than the God that loves you, you’re sent to a place where you can enjoy your sinful nature for eternity, except you won’t have the presence of God. Hell may be bad, but isn’t it possible that all the suffering comes from not having a constant force be with you that loves you?

The next question seems to revolve around free-will a bit. You act as if God sits back with a blank expression on His face when all the world’s greatest tragedies are committed. In truth, God crys. He gets sad. He weeps for those who suffer, and He doesn’t delight in punishing His children. People have taken to abusing their free-will to accomplish their own gains. In a world where everyone has their own agendas, conflicting issues rise. And when things escalate, of course there can be violence. But it’s not God who causes it. On the other hand, He actually does a lot to prevent a lot of it. I won’t explain in full detail, but check out the survival statistics for those involved in 9/11. People died, true, but it was a miniscule fraction compared to those who could have died. If I’m correct, about 90-95% of the people involved directly with 9/11 (hit buildings, law enforcement, civilians, etc), a lot of people were actually spared! It’s hard to look at it as a blessing, but if everyone died, it would have easily been a massacre.

And as stated earlier, God feels for us. To say God doesn’t love is a falsity. God’s love is nothing but perfect; the entire Bible pretty much translates into a 66-book love letter. If you need greater evidence of this, look at Jesus Christ. The Son of God himself decided to take action. He saw a world in ruin, a world in sin. It was the first time a clear example of God’s direct intervention was seen. Christ died for everyone; for all of our sins. For those who mocked him at trials, for the Pharisees that denied him, for the soldiers that flogged, beat, humiliated, and ultimately killed him; Jesus died for them out of love. As mentioned earlier, to say God doesn’t love is a falsity. Look at His only Son and see how much love He has for us all.

Again, these are my answers, not God’s (or Aaron’s). If you want answers to some hard questions, go search for them through God’s Word instead of constantly denying any evidence of Him at all and bringing up more skepticism.

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Anonymous (291) (@) 9 years, 5 months ago ago

@deejay, don’t judge, bro.
I’ve read the Bible enough times to know the damn book by heart.

Even then, I think I have a right to ponder things. If I really wanted to get into the entire thought process, I would’ve dedicated a whole thread to it.

But I’m too lazy and I like to hear others answers.

So, thanks.

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Anonymous (0) (@) 9 years, 5 months ago ago

@alexa, There is no hell as you imagine it. Hell is separation, which is an illusion. You are only as separate as you feel you are.

You’ll go where you think you’re going, until you don’t. Upon death, you’ll reach a frame of perspective where you realize you are creating it all. When you realize your making hell up, you’ll enter heaven. You could do this while living, at this very minute, if you chose. The trick is to stop changing your mind about what you want so much. Focus on eternal bliss and you will have the Universe. Focus on separation and you will live in hell until you die. The result is the same: heaven. There IS NO OTHER PLACE TO GO. How could there be? Hitler went to heaven. When you understand this, you will understand God.

God doesn’t sit back and watch his creations, he lives through them AS them.

You should only believe what you feel is Truth. Whatever I say, you will be lead back to Truth. If you agree, you will experience Truth. If you disagree, you will experience your own Truth through contrasting my own. There is no other Truth but yours.

I dont really understand your last two, but they are interesting nonetheless.

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