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God isn't the problem, it's your idea of God

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4/7/2014 12:10:35 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 4/7/2014 8:25:26 AM, perplexed wrote:

wait, are you saying i should have married him because he thought God told him i was to be his wife and the one of the standards i am to use is if he didn't treat me badly...?
excuse me but undermining my integrity is treating me badly, don't you think?
and telling me God told him i was to be his wife IS presenting a forceful proposition because we are talking about an all powerful supreme being that told him I was to be his wife and if i didn't do what this all powerful supreme being told him i was to do then i am in the wrong somehow...
does that make sense to you?

No, it doesn't make sense if he tried to play a guilt game on you to make you his wife_which I suppose he failed to do. Neither should God telling him (but no you) be the criteria for marrying. Even assuming the Christian God did that, he should have told you; after all, he explained to Joseph why he should marry a pregnant Mary. And even then, it's your call. Now what about my points on consciousness ?
"I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness. We cannot get behind consciousness. Everything that we talk about, everything that we regard as existing, postulates consciousness." - Max Planck