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How do you define your god, assuming you have one? Why?

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2 years ago#1
I'm curious. What are your grounds for it?
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2 years ago#2
If anything, I try not to.
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2 years ago#3
Why not?
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2 years ago#4
Because I don't know enough about him.
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Me? I'm the king of the twentieth century.
I'm the bogeyman. The villain.
2 years ago#5
What do you know about him? What can you define about him?
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2 years ago#6
Fingerpuppet posted...
What do you know about him? What can you define about him?


I know what is in the Bible, and what it says about God.

I can define that he wants me to obey his will and his commandments.
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2 years ago#7
Fingerpuppet posted...
What do you know about him? What can you define about him?

What I know about him is developed through observation and teaching. The best I can do is describe him.

In the same way, I would find it extremely difficult to define my wife. I know more about her than anyone else in the world, mostly through observation. I would describe her as nice, funny, goofy, forgetful, and some other things. But none of those define her.
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Me? I'm the king of the twentieth century.
I'm the bogeyman. The villain.
2 years ago#8
I define god as a creative force with power greater than mankind. That's really the only definition I'm comfortable giving, because I don't really "know" god.

To describe god, based on my experiences I would say god isn't a personal god and doesn't interfere with the universe or with man (that includes no revelation), but it is sentient so it's at least aware of what's going on in some way.

As for the grounds, I'd say reason. Philosophical discourse has brought me to believe in a god.
2 years ago#9
The perfect, infinite, creative first cause. A personal being free and distinct from the universe he created.
2 years ago#10
I consider the Christian God a deity of love and justice.

My grounds are that He died for me on the cross, and act of selfless love, as well as judgment.
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