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Re: God's Cool Design
 
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Re: God's Cool Design


Infinite potential/universal energy remains a concept to explore, while christianity, and other belief systems are what they are, because people claim that they are fact or truth.

You may explore a concept if you wish, you may accept it or reject it, as you wish. I cannot tell you that it is "the truth", it cannot be "proven", and guess what, its not a belief system, there are no claims that it is the only truth, so it doesn't need to be proven. Its a theory, a concept. If you don't like the idea, and you reject it, nothing bad will happen to you, your not going to go to any infinite potential hell, no-one is going to smite you, or punish you.

The problem with christianity is, that people claim it is true, without any proof whatsoever, they try and force this belief on others at worst, at best they continually push it onto others. It is not a concept to explore once you have taken it on as a belief, and closed your mind to all other possibilities. It becomes a belief system that you adhere to. This belief system, once you have become attached to it, keeps you there by threats of punishment and death. Your caught in the trap of circular logic.

If christianity was just a concept, like infinite potential/universal energy, it would allow for the exploration of other concepts. Christianity is not 'just a concept to explore' for many people, it is the trap of a belief system, that closes the mind to all other concepts.

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