Difference between revisions of "Who or what is God?"

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God is not [[Creation]] but only one of its creatures, like all creatures who are dependent upon Creation.  
 
God is not [[Creation]] but only one of its creatures, like all creatures who are dependent upon Creation.  
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A god is only a governor as well as a human being who powerfully or dictatorially reigns over his fellowmen.
  
 
But Man follows his erroneous religious beliefs and claims that God is Creation itself.  
 
But Man follows his erroneous religious beliefs and claims that God is Creation itself.  
 
A god is only a governor as well as a human being who powerfully or dictatorially reigns over his fellowmen.
 
  
 
Man may recognise that a god can never assume the role of Creation or decide over Man's destiny.  
 
Man may recognise that a god can never assume the role of Creation or decide over Man's destiny.  

Revision as of 10:01, 24 April 2008

God is not Creation but only one of its creatures, like all creatures who are dependent upon Creation.

A god is only a governor as well as a human being who powerfully or dictatorially reigns over his fellowmen.

But Man follows his erroneous religious beliefs and claims that God is Creation itself.

Man may recognise that a god can never assume the role of Creation or decide over Man's destiny.

He goes even further and claims that a normal human being by the name of Jmmanuel, who has also been called Jesus Christ through conscious error, is God's son and Creation itself.

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