Proof of god is a moral question. Do you see the morals show

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Proof of god is a moral question. Do you see the morals show

Postby Greatest I am » Tue Jul 09, 2019 12:55 am

Proof of god is a moral question. Do you see the morals shown for god as good or evil?

Religions tout themselves as being the final word in moral issues, even though secular law has rejected as too barbaric most of those laws. Not that they were original to Christianity as many of the older traditions had variants of the same laws.

To me, a moral god would cure and never kill. That is the position Jesus took towards the non-believers.

Jesus said to love all people including your enemies and if Jesus is Yahweh then he too must love all and save all just as Jesus would.

Jesus would say that God killing instead of curing is evil.

Jesus would say that God curing instead of killing is good.

If god cures instead of killing then there is no hell as a good god or Jesus would have no use for purposeless torture and death.

Thoughts?

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Re: Proof of god is a moral question. Do you see the morals

Postby Ecmandu » Tue Jul 09, 2019 4:29 am

And the Buddhist would likewise flippantly say, "well, that's just your karma"
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Re: Proof of god is a moral question. Do you see the morals

Postby Greatest I am » Tue Jul 09, 2019 1:05 pm

Ecmandu wrote:And the Buddhist would likewise flippantly say, "well, that's just your karma"


What would that mean when all I am doing is posing a question?

I do not see the connection or what is supposed to return to me.

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