Considering God's 'failure'

by TerryWalstrom 22 Replies latest jw friends

  • Finkelstein

    Christopher Hitchens has a different viewpoint on the failure of God.

  • TerryWalstrom

    All clearly prudent thoughts. Almost inescapable is the conclusion that it takes a great deal of effort to make a stone float upward like a balloon.

  • waton
    it takes a great deal of effort to make a stone float upward like a balloon. TW:

    But it is possible, it was done for one of the greatest science experiments:

    "--Michelson and Morley's interferometric setup, mounted on a stone slab that floats.--"
    Conclusion: not religion, but science has the answers. knows how to float stones, could have even floated that mythical biblical ax head!

  • Finkelstein

    Might it be said that god's failure is really mankind's failure ?

    Mankind has been exceedingly successful in understanding the world in which we live and of are selves to are own benefit.

  • Charles Gillette
    Charles Gillette

    Don Cameron. "I have learned that no matter what is said or how it is said, it will not be able to help those who are not ready to meet up with reality."


  • TerryWalstrom

    God is like the beautiful girl who only hangs out with ugly girls for friends to make her look better ;)

  • Old Navy
    Old Navy

    We may be a bit premature to think that the PLAN has failed or that The Ineffable is even capable of failure. We here on Earth certainly do play a part in the ongoing struggle, but it extends much further into Creation. The Rebellion covers a great deal of space and must be dealt with accordingly.

    The Story is not yet finished and it will have a very Happy Conclusion. Then there will be more to come.

    We shall see! All of us. That means All of Creation.

  • TerryWalstrom

    Meanwhile...I'll be stone cold in the ground :)

  • Finkelstein

    Meanwhile...I'll be stone cold in the ground

    ......and Old Navy too

    Just like all other humans from the past 100,000 years or more.

    Just dont hurry on that Terry we like you here

  • mikeflood

    Maybe the conception of 'God's failure' is a problem, you know, because of the Western civilization and the more or less Christianity it has. Other's cultures thoughts about God are very different. Maybe we should just think how to make a better world in this vast universe. Maybe God just like to play golf.

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