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If such a thing exists of course. But if your God stood before you, what one question would you ask and why?

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the13bats

What would you ask?

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acute

As I don't see God as an individual being, a conversation would be impossible.

I think of God as the home we leave when we're born, and return to when we die.

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Sakari

Why she did not make covid a plague, instead of a virus.

Not saying Mother Nature is my God, but that is about as close as we will get for now. The host supporting all life on it.

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quiXilver

What is the sound-color of the number K?

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Posted (edited)
16 minutes ago, quiXilver said:

What is the sound-color of the number K?

Sub-ultra teal. :yes:

 

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Kismit
23 minutes ago, acute said:

Sub-ultra teal. :yes:

 

:rolleyes: na-ahhh! It's blorange 

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2 hours ago, the13bats said:

What would you ask?

Nothing to ask as I don't believe, just curious to hear believers interpretations of their version of a God to them. You going to give an answer or continue with your love quest for me.:wub:

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Mr Walker
1 hour ago, quiXilver said:

What is the sound-color of the number K?

It varies from  individual to individual. 

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Mr Walker
Posted (edited)

Why limit your self to one question.

Keep asking them for as long as "he" has time to hang around and chat

My first one might be, 

"What can I  do for you? " or, "How can I help you?" 

 

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the13bats
16 minutes ago, To do list said:

Nothing to ask as I don't believe, just curious to hear believers interpretations of their version of a God to them. You going to give an answer or continue with your love quest for me.:wub:

I have no answer for the question what would i ask "God".

your weird come on really creeped me out, not because im straight but because you were so blantant and out about your desire, now i see why you follow my every post...:wacko:

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third_eye
27 minutes ago, Mr Walker said:

"What can I  do for you? "

Cease with your lies ... 

~

27 minutes ago, Mr Walker said:

or, "How can I help you?" 

Be truthful ...

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President Wearer of Hats

Flippantly, “did William Hartnell play the mystery character at the end  of the  “Feast of Steven” episode of Doctor Who?” because God is LITERALLY the only way to find out because no one else remembers and the episode was destroyed.

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Tatetopa

If ever you did speak to me, how could I possibly believe myself? 

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Will Do
5 minutes ago, Tatetopa said:

If ever you did speak to me, how could I possibly believe myself? 

 

Faith

 

 

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HandsomeGorilla

"So you think you're better than me, huh?" 

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Posted (edited)
8 hours ago, To do list said:

If such a thing exists of course. But if your God stood before you, what one question would you ask and why?

I would ask, what took me so long? Also, where's the john, it's been a long trip? Because god has a sense of humor. After all, we were created in his image. Not earthy image either. Besides, even after death, you still have a lot of learning before you meet god. It never ends until you've learned all you need to ascend. God is love, god is patience, joy, fulfilment, and so much more. Now my turn to ask a question because I'll probably be called nuts, shunned, otherwise belittled. If my personal journey transforms me from the angry, disillusioned ******** I used to be, to a happy, confident adult whose looking foreward to the rest of my life now, instead of cowering in fear of the unknown, make what I've undergone a bad thing? Because you cant understand it? Something to be abused for? Shunned for, even. Anyone who's read my past posts would see that I'm not gullible. Hard work got me to this point. Not stupid vapidity, nor gullibility. Peace.

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khol

Id ask hm why he likes strats so much and couldnt he have come up with a better name then blackie..really? Your God for crying out loud. Couldnt you have come up with something more original??

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clapton_is_God

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackie_(guitar)#:~:text=Blackie is the nickname given,to his favorite Fender Stratocaster.

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Hankenhunter
8 hours ago, acute said:

As I don't see God as an individual being, a conversation would be impossible.

I think of God as the home we leave when we're born, and return to when we die.

You're absolutely right. We get to go home. 

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Tatetopa
8 hours ago, Will Do said:

Faith

Well there you go.

When an experience might stem from your subconscious mind and be completely internal to the working of your  brain; add faith and it can become evidence of some other being and dimension.

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Will Do
19 minutes ago, Tatetopa said:

Well there you go.

When an experience might stem from your subconscious mind and be completely internal to the working of your  brain; add faith and it can become evidence of some other being and dimension.

 

Adding faith, it isn't that much to do.

 

 

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Sherapy
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3 minutes ago, Will Do said:

 

Adding faith, it isn't that much to do.

 

 

Would you consider that a belief in god is entirely made up by you/anyone and could be false even with faith?
 

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Will Do
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10 minutes ago, Sherapy said:

Would you consider that a belief in god is entirely made up by you/anyone and could be false even with faith?
 

 

Yes. 

But experiences, no matter how in error they're interpreted, are always true.

 

 

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Sherapy
2 minutes ago, Will Do said:

 

Yes. 

But experiences, no matter how in error they're interpreted, are always true.

 

 

What if it is only you doing the interpreting and find you cannot support the claim to anyone else but yourself?
 

Would you agree this is a faith default move also?
 

Your thoughts?

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Will Do
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47 minutes ago, Sherapy said:

What if it is only you doing the interpreting and find you cannot support the claim to anyone else but yourself?

 

That's the beauty of it.

You're the only one who can do the interpreting of what it really is.

Supporting the experience for someone else is irrelevant. But they can also do the same thing for themselves too.

 

47 minutes ago, Sherapy said:

Would you agree this is a faith default move also?

 

I think what you're asking is, does the experience of faith result in something analogous to what happens when a computer is rebooted? (Correct me if I'm wrong about that.)

Yes. Without rebooting the locked up or over cached programs, there is no default to not necessarily start all over but begin from again.

 

 

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