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God, you liar! by TheNightmaresDreamer God, you liar! by TheNightmaresDreamer
C: <3 I'm just curious...

I don't want no shit excuse like ITS ALL PART OF HIS MASTER PLAN. No, fuck off.

He's supposedly omnipresent, omnipotent and omniscient, if he's all these things he has the power to end world hunger or solve the overpopulation issue or end disease. So, why hasn't he? ¬¬

EDIT: Bear in mind, I am agnostic. I don't actually believe in god, which is why I'm questioning if he does then why hasn't he done anything with his powers.

EDIT2: a lot of you say FREE WILL. Let me make it clear, even from the START, I said nothing about bad choices, I said DISEASE, WORLD STARVATION, POVERTY ETC. I don't care about free will, I'm talking about things we cannot control.

EDIT3: what none of you seem to understand is that this god being is omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent. Therefore, he should, in theory, be able to solve about 7bn people's problems at once without fatigue. He could do everything listed above. He hasn't, therefore he cannot exist.
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BadDogAlliance Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
God knows. He'll return and make everything the way he had planned for us before men sinned.
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Jaguar24 Featured By Owner May 10, 2014
No fucks given on your religion, but
GOD IS FUCKING FAT AND LAZY
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ButterflyReflection Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
O.o ifind myself oddly funny saying this It's not that God dosen't exist. it's that He'sleft heaven and stopped trying. He could end a lot of peoples problems but what would that mean if Humans just create more problems?
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SeersSword Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013   General Artist
First of all please note I am only referring to God as the male gender because the only part of the Trinity who's humanly definable gender is actually known was Yeshua (or as He is also called, Jesus) and He was a man. He had to come to earth as a man to die and redeem creation as a man because (contrary to popular opinion) the original sin was actually committed by the first human man, Adam. He did not protect his wife from the only poisonous substance in the garden of Eden, the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of Good and Evil. Had Eve truly been the one at fault Yeshua would have needed to be a woman. (Please also note that God is Love and once a very wise man said that everything that is done out of love is done beyond good and evil.) The first sin was not the act of pursuing knowledge but rather letting the flame of love for the one Adam was meant to love and respect to most dwindle until he was not moved in his heart to protect her when the chance of her dying from said fruit was prominent. He made her his guinea pig when he should have cherished and protected her as his wife. The absence of love strips us of our humanity.

I actually do not think God is all-knowing in the sense that predestination can exist. If God knew how everything was going to end that would automatically make everything predestined (as His mind is what the universe was spawn from). Predestination and free will cannot co-exist. If that were the case He could not be loving, hence He could not be Himself, hence He would not truly be God, but rather a great proverbial cosmic child frying everything he deemed weaker than himself with the proverbial giant magnifying glass. If that is the case than He would not have sent His human incarnate Self (or His "Son") to die to redeem anybody or if he did it would be to save such a small percentage of the world the whole thing would have just been a cruel joke. God is Love. Love cannot be cruel. I believe Christ's death paid the price for us to be fallen humans as well as to return to our original glorified form. However enlightened we chose to be or our circumstances allow us to be, most of us will go on from death to be with Him when we die. I believe there are infinite alternate endings and it's up to us entirely in real time to decide what those will be. I of course do not have exact numbers on that but that is the small amount of belief I allow myself as I am mostly Nihilistic now.

So why would a loving God create humans on the planet that satan is bound to? That isn't something a Good Father or what-have-you would do for His children. That is based on the assumption that Humans are naturally weaker than fallen angelic creatures, or their leader satan. Not so before the original Sin. God set the Human race on earth as such glorious powerful beings that their seed could have banished that last bastion of evil from the universe. Notice the point I already made about Love being greater than both Good and Evil. It was pure strategy and Our Creator gave our first Parents all the genius and strength and flawless authority they would need to turn this cage of satan into a blooming garden and go one to the other dormant planets to bring life to them as well. Why would he involve us in this blood feud? So the proverbial kid with the magnifying glass could never rule over anyone. If you look carefully at the first few chapters of Job you see that that sadistic nature is characteristic of satan not God. Satan's chosen function (as angelic beings also have free will) is to kill, steal, and destroy. God's chosen function (as He is already complete in his Trinity) is to give everything life and allow everything to thrive in His loving, generous care - not as a benevolent dictator but as a Father who longs for His children to be independent and awaken to truly find themselves an co-create with him.

When Adam and Eve ate from the tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, they in that act agreed to the terms of Good and Evil. They agreed to step outside the realm of Love and sell themselves into playing satan's game when their mission was to destroy the destroyer and then live happily in a garden with their Father and their children for all eternity.

The errors of humanity have been paid for in full by Yeshua's Blood, but creation itself has not been fully restored yet. Satan no longer has any authority (as his head was crushed at Calvary) but he is still entirely too active. The Bible states in Romans 8:19 that creation is anxious for the children of God to be revealed. It longs for us to take up our self-ownership again, take back our authority as greater being's than this world's scourge, and take back this territory from satan (or take dominion over it) back from, and finally banish him for his cruelty and trying to overthrow the Love that the universe itself exists because of. When that happens all will be made right and the cosmos will heal itself. Until then we can do all that is within our power to heal everything and everyone around us.
That is why our beloved Earth is in the sorry state it is in, even though the Blood price has been paid and satan's authority abolished and made not much more than a nightmare of the past, we as the Earths care-takers have not taken in hand our new task of abolitionism the old law in it's physicality. God has given us everything we need. When we have each other we have everything we need. When we love each other and no longer bow to perverse rulers that will be the first step towards bringing the garden back. Yeshua already made it possible for us to be free leave the captivity of our former ruler, and slave master Satan too see and live with our Father again not only after death but in the land of the living. All we need to do now is mimic Love until it becomes who we are. We will never be God, however, like satan promised Adam and Eve should they eat his poison. I think any good Father would love His children just the way they are. That's all there is to it.


Thank you far asking this question I've had all these ideas floating around in my head for SOME time now and I was finally able to make them sound cohesive! :tighthug:
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EbolaBearVomit Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
"I actually do not think God is all-knowing in the sense that predestination can exist. If God knew how everything was going to end that would automatically make everything predestined"

But it says in the bibble babble the god is all knowing and knows how everything plays out.
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xghfthfgxn Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012  Professional General Artist
Maybe God is just some great cosmic farmer. He/She/It only gives us life so He/She/It can feed on it later on. The exact condition of a living person need not be relevant because the next batch will presumably be better.
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HeavenCalling Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2012
Well, the evil in the world is human made so some of the suffering we cause on eachother. But to really answer this question I think we could look at it like this. When a child gets hurt they dont care how they did, they just want you to comfort them. God is the same way, we suffer it happens but we can know he will be there to comfort us. Also God knows what we are going through. Not only can he read are thoughts, but he was once in the same spot. Jesus was mocked, whipped kill, his best friend died. Jesus suffered! He understands us. So when we suffer God might not doing something to make the trouple just go away, but he will always be there to comfort us.
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Derpylovesyou Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
i wonder this at times to... i think every one does... i personally think evrything happends for a reson. it sounds like crap i know... but know one really knows do we?
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Pepperfan1 Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2012  Hobbyist
I couldn't agree more. A similar question: If God wants us to have full and happy lives, why do miscarries happen? Stillborns? Infant deaths? Young child deaths? (This is a big reason why i don't believe in God. If he loved everyone and wanted us to have happy lives, my older sister and younger brother wouldn't have died as infants.)
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HeavenCalling Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2012
I first want to say, I am deeply sorry for your pain and losts. Through a Christian point of view, God does want us to live a full, happy life. But being a Christian does not mean that will happen. God's first goal is making us holy. I strongly believe in the power of pray and I feel that with it we anything is possible, weather it is getting through the hard times, or making the bad into good.
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