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axlegear

Perfect God

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soulgryph
6 years, 7 months ago
That actually is facinating. Cause in essence all god is looking for in the ants at first, is awknowlegement.

 Ideally a perfect god from the perspective of the creation would be one that is plentiful and just to allow them to survive on their own and let them do what they want without being judged. While god would seek approval for what he has done for them.

 In a way seeking satifaction from the ants is an act of lust, greed or envy. In their blissful ignorance of him, they do not  truely understand his existence. Proof is more powerful than punishment. Look at it this way most ants respect the queen ant cause she guides them, her actions are proof of her leadership. Yet a god such as exampled in the video there is no proof to the ants that the lettus he provided them came from anything besides a magical giving hand in the sky.
axlegear
6 years, 7 months ago
Precisely.  And so being such a God and understanding their limitations, but being intolerant of them and thus showing lust, greed, and envy-  mortal sins-  is in and of itself dis-reputing of the God's own sense of morals.  It says a lot about the nature of God, religion, man, and our place within it all.
soulgryph
6 years, 7 months ago
The flood was proof of intolerance of the people that lived back then. Also proof of premeditation he warned noah to make the arc befor the rains he supposidly created came. The most curious thing is Christians view this as Mercy when God was no better than the guy burning the ants to get what he wanted from them, The only real differences between the stories was God used water instead of fire, and one of Gods ants (Noah) listened to him. He neither got anything out of it nor showed any real Mercy.

 I dont even wanna get into god destroying the Dinosaurs that was probably mercy for his failed creations to. I choose to follow the good teachings of most religeon but I doubt anyone could convince me that the God in the Old Testament was full of mercy.
axlegear
6 years, 7 months ago
Precisely.  The simple fact of the matter is, all religious texts were written and re-written by men to suit their needs.  Whether there is truth in them or not is impossible to truly say, but one must step back and look at it objectively if they are to gain anything positive from it.
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