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Willows
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10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM
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It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".
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10/7/2016 9:52:57 AM
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At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

Hates gays and doesn't care much for women. I'm thinking it's a guy.
But a imaginary guy is the same as a imaginary women, so it's all good.
For the rest of the week I'm going to refer to god as her / she.
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10/7/2016 11:41:38 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 10/7/2016 10:08:06 AM, tarantula wrote:
Surely if it exists god would be genderless?

Bingo
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10/7/2016 12:13:26 PM
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Mythologically speaking, YHWH is undoubtedly a bloke. Originally, various tribes and cities would associate themselves with one god selected from a large pantheon of gods (a system called henotheism) and YHWH was the 'patron god' of the Hebews. His masculine god roles (war, making laws, generally chucking his weight about) is well represented in the OT. Before the Hebrews/Jews moved to pure monotheism feminine god roles (fertility, child birth etc) came under the purview of his female consort known to me as as Mrs YHWH, or to proper scholars as Asherah.

https://en.wikipedia.org...
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10/7/2016 12:20:22 PM
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At 10/7/2016 9:52:57 AM, Deb-8-A-Bull wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

Hates gays and doesn't care much for women. I'm thinking it's a guy.
But a imaginary guy is the same as a imaginary women, so it's all good.
For the rest of the week I'm going to refer to god as her / she.

That's the spirit.
Willows
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10/7/2016 12:21:51 PM
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At 10/7/2016 10:08:06 AM, tarantula wrote:
Surely if it exists god would be genderless?

We always knew that God has no balls anyway.
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10/7/2016 12:26:23 PM
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At 10/7/2016 12:13:26 PM, keithprosser wrote:
Mythologically speaking, YHWH is undoubtedly a bloke. Originally, various tribes and cities would associate themselves with one god selected from a large pantheon of gods (a system called henotheism) and YHWH was the 'patron god' of the Hebews. His masculine god roles (war, making laws, generally chucking his weight about) is well represented in the OT. Before the Hebrews/Jews moved to pure monotheism feminine god roles (fertility, child birth etc) came under the purview of his female consort known to me as as Mrs YHWH, or to proper scholars as Asherah.

https://en.wikipedia.org...
That's interesting.
If you go further back in time before the invention of spiritual Gods people thought that animals were Gods.
So, if God was a female then She could have been a real bitch.
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10/7/2016 12:27:05 PM
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I agree that God has no gender. The identification of God with a gender is part of man's tendency to make a god unto himself. Some people think Jesus is God. This is in effect the collective personality defining God as a man. The truth is man does not define God. God defines man. The personality is a master at projecting its own qualities onto the outside world around it. Also God made us in his image, not the other way around. The meaning of God making us in his image is that we are infinite and eternal. The personality extracts the idea that god is a man (as Roman emperors and Egyptian pharaohs) from the collective personality. It's a matter of what is popular and then what is popular is passed down through the generations and we still have this archaic belief that a man named Jesus is God.
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10/7/2016 12:41:22 PM
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At 10/7/2016 12:21:51 PM, Willows wrote:
At 10/7/2016 10:08:06 AM, tarantula wrote:
Surely if it exists god would be genderless?

We always knew that God has no balls anyway.

A genderless entity won't have balls.
Willows
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10/7/2016 1:19:45 PM
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At 10/7/2016 12:41:22 PM, Stymie13 wrote:
At 10/7/2016 12:21:51 PM, Willows wrote:
At 10/7/2016 10:08:06 AM, tarantula wrote:
Surely if it exists god would be genderless?

We always knew that God has no balls anyway.

A genderless entity won't have balls.

But seems perfectly at ease with dictating to each of It's male creations how to use them.
PrizeBeatz1
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10/7/2016 2:27:05 PM
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At 10/7/2016 1:19:45 PM, Willows wrote:
At 10/7/2016 12:41:22 PM, Stymie13 wrote:
At 10/7/2016 12:21:51 PM, Willows wrote:
At 10/7/2016 10:08:06 AM, tarantula wrote:
Surely if it exists god would be genderless?

We always knew that God has no balls anyway.

A genderless entity won't have balls.

But seems perfectly at ease with dictating to each of It's male creations how to use them.

I think most people confuse God with the personality. The collective personality projects its idea of who and what God is onto its idea of God. Its qualities of harshness and being a dictator are the same qualities of the parent-child relationship from the side of the authority figure. This identification can be broken when we realize the true identity of the soul.
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10/7/2016 3:46:32 PM
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At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

God has sex with married women, he even knocked one up, so he must have at least one ball that works.
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10/7/2016 3:52:34 PM
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Clearly god's a hermaphrodite. I mean he's probably more on the masculine side because he created man in his image, but under his pecks before he was muscley he could've had breasts. and well he can have both private parts.

There you go God is a hermaphrodite and men and women are both imperfect compies of it.
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10/7/2016 3:53:58 PM
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At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

Response: God is not a "He" either. It is used because in English, there is no other appropriate pronoun except "He" because a male is naturally the stronger in combat than a female and less sensitive so He is used instead of She because it is more dominant.
PrizeBeatz1
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10/7/2016 3:55:31 PM
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At 10/7/2016 3:46:32 PM, missmedic wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

God has sex with married women, he even knocked one up, so he must have at least one ball that works.

LOL
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10/7/2016 4:08:34 PM
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At 10/7/2016 9:52:57 AM, Deb-8-A-Bull wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

Hates gays and doesn't care much for women. I'm thinking it's a guy.
But a imaginary guy is the same as a imaginary women, so it's all good.
For the rest of the week I'm going to refer to god as her / she.

Following Greta Christina in her book "Why are Atheists So Angry?", which I recommend, I prefer "he/she/it/them".
The metaphysicist has no laboratory.
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10/7/2016 6:15:57 PM
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At 10/7/2016 3:53:58 PM, Fatihah wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

Response: God is not a "He" either. It is used because in English, there is no other appropriate pronoun except "He" because a male is naturally the stronger in combat than a female and less sensitive so He is used instead of She because it is more dominant.

Please be careful with this idea that God made man in his image. Too often we have it in reverse. We think God should look like a man. This is actually man making God in man's image. The truth is that God made us in his image; infinite and eternal. God defines man, man does not define God.
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10/7/2016 7:45:28 PM
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At 10/7/2016 6:15:57 PM, PrizeBeatz1 wrote:

Please be careful with this idea that God made man in his image. Too often we have it in reverse. We think God should look like a man. This is actually man making God in man's image. The truth is that God made us in his image; infinite and eternal. God defines man, man does not define God.

Response: I never made any claims that God made man in his image. In fact, I said that God is not a "He" or "She" or "it" So the pronoun "He" is only used because there is no other pronoun more befitting to use in the English language.
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10/7/2016 7:57:08 PM
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At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

God is not male - though he came as a man. He is however masculine. That is why the Church is referred to as the bride of Christ.
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10/7/2016 8:21:11 PM
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At 10/7/2016 7:45:28 PM, Fatihah wrote:
At 10/7/2016 6:15:57 PM, PrizeBeatz1 wrote:

Please be careful with this idea that God made man in his image. Too often we have it in reverse. We think God should look like a man. This is actually man making God in man's image. The truth is that God made us in his image; infinite and eternal. God defines man, man does not define God.

Response: I never made any claims that God made man in his image. In fact, I said that God is not a "He" or "She" or "it" So the pronoun "He" is only used because there is no other pronoun more befitting to use in the English language.

Ok. No worries. I didn't mean to insinuate.
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10/7/2016 8:25:06 PM
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At 10/7/2016 7:57:08 PM, Geogeer wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

God is not male - though he came as a man. He is however masculine. That is why the Church is referred to as the bride of Christ.

How do we know God is masculine? Isn't the referral of the Church as the bride of Christ a projection of the personality adding it's own qualities and characteristics to the world around it? I've found the personality is really good at projection. Also I've found marriage is a man-made institution. It started as a way for political parties to combine households and consolidate power. I don't think that comes from God.
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10/7/2016 8:28:06 PM
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At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

Bible says God is a Spirit. And Spirit seems to be more than biological body.

God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.
John 4:24
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10/7/2016 9:33:42 PM
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At 10/7/2016 1:19:45 PM, Willows wrote:
At 10/7/2016 12:41:22 PM, Stymie13 wrote:
At 10/7/2016 12:21:51 PM, Willows wrote:
At 10/7/2016 10:08:06 AM, tarantula wrote:
Surely if it exists god would be genderless?

We always knew that God has no balls anyway.

A genderless entity won't have balls.

But seems perfectly at ease with dictating to each of It's male creations how to use them.

Or when not to*
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10/7/2016 9:41:18 PM
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At 10/7/2016 8:25:06 PM, PrizeBeatz1 wrote:
At 10/7/2016 7:57:08 PM, Geogeer wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

God is not male - though he came as a man. He is however masculine. That is why the Church is referred to as the bride of Christ.

How do we know God is masculine?

One because He referred to Himself that way. Two because of what the masculine and feminine are. The masculine is the active and the source, the feminine is the passive and the receptor.

Isn't the referral of the Church as the bride of Christ a projection of the personality adding it's own qualities and characteristics to the world around it?

It is a descriptor of the role of the Church in relation to God.

I've found the personality is really good at projection. Also I've found marriage is a man-made institution.

Lol.

It started as a way for political parties to combine households and consolidate power. I don't think that comes from God.

There isn't a society without marriage. It is the foundation of all civilization. Our earthly marriage is a prefigurement of our relation to with God.
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10/7/2016 9:41:23 PM
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At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

Like women, God is bipolar? lol
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10/7/2016 11:21:30 PM
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At 10/7/2016 9:41:18 PM, Geogeer wrote:
At 10/7/2016 8:25:06 PM, PrizeBeatz1 wrote:
At 10/7/2016 7:57:08 PM, Geogeer wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

God is not male - though he came as a man. He is however masculine. That is why the Church is referred to as the bride of Christ.

How do we know God is masculine?

One because He referred to Himself that way. Two because of what the masculine and feminine are. The masculine is the active and the source, the feminine is the passive and the receptor.

Isn't the referral of the Church as the bride of Christ a projection of the personality adding it's own qualities and characteristics to the world around it?

It is a descriptor of the role of the Church in relation to God.

I've found the personality is really good at projection. Also I've found marriage is a man-made institution.

Lol.

It started as a way for political parties to combine households and consolidate power. I don't think that comes from God.

There isn't a society without marriage. It is the foundation of all civilization. Our earthly marriage is a prefigurement of our relation to with God.

Why couldn't it also be the other way around? It seems like labelling God as masculine or feminine is a desire of the personality. The bible reflects this tendency because it is man-made. God is infinite, eternal, unconditional oneness and our relationship to God is oneness. And since God is infinite and eternal oneness, how can there be a marriage of something that was never apart? In my book all of this comes from the personality. That doesn't mean it's bad or anything. I just think we need to be able to see what comes from God and what comes from the personality. That personality is very very sneaky. It is depicted as a serpent for a reason.
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10/7/2016 11:28:05 PM
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At 10/7/2016 11:21:30 PM, PrizeBeatz1 wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:41:18 PM, Geogeer wrote:
At 10/7/2016 8:25:06 PM, PrizeBeatz1 wrote:
At 10/7/2016 7:57:08 PM, Geogeer wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

God is not male - though he came as a man. He is however masculine. That is why the Church is referred to as the bride of Christ.

How do we know God is masculine?

One because He referred to Himself that way. Two because of what the masculine and feminine are. The masculine is the active and the source, the feminine is the passive and the receptor.

Isn't the referral of the Church as the bride of Christ a projection of the personality adding it's own qualities and characteristics to the world around it?

It is a descriptor of the role of the Church in relation to God.

I've found the personality is really good at projection. Also I've found marriage is a man-made institution.

Lol.

It started as a way for political parties to combine households and consolidate power. I don't think that comes from God.

There isn't a society without marriage. It is the foundation of all civilization. Our earthly marriage is a prefigurement of our relation to with God.

Why couldn't it also be the other way around? It seems like labelling God as masculine or feminine is a desire of the personality. The bible reflects this tendency because it is man-made. God is infinite, eternal, unconditional oneness and our relationship to God is oneness. And since God is infinite and eternal oneness, how can there be a marriage of something that was never apart? In my book all of this comes from the personality. That doesn't mean it's bad or anything. I just think we need to be able to see what comes from God and what comes from the personality. That personality is very very sneaky. It is depicted as a serpent for a reason.

Also, sure there is society without marriage. It just isn't the same ideal society that we've grown accustomed to. There is nothing wrong with marriage of course but it is in fact man-made. Notice how the collective personality gives us structure in which to base our identity. Marriage, schools, religions, law, etc. These are all good things but they tend to become our masters instead of us being their master. It's a similar principle as the Sabbath is made for man and man is not made for the Sabbath.
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10/8/2016 1:16:56 AM
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At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

God is female and not female. It is everything. God is refered to as He because of our patriarcal history.
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10/8/2016 5:44:51 AM
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At 10/8/2016 1:16:56 AM, lotsoffun wrote:
At 10/7/2016 9:34:56 AM, Willows wrote:
It seems that God is always referred to as "He".

But, because of the enormous amount of multi-tasking involved and since women are renown for multi-tasking, would it not be more appropriate to refer to God as "She"?

After all, She has to:
read the minds of over 7 billion people simultaneously,
while performing several thousand miracles,
and still have time to whip up some floods, droughts, and storms
yet be able to have one hand on Her mouse to operate Her "Random Piano-Drop" software
then be able to pull out a ciggy, put Her feet up on a cloud and say, "And it was good".

God is female and not female. It is everything. God is refered to as He because of our patriarcal history.

You have succumbed to the current trend of theists referring to God as "whatever you want it to be" under the misguided notion that it is hard for critics to hit a moving target.
Wrong!