>God is all knowing

>God is all knowing
What do I even tell God when I meet him?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    you: pee pee poo poo
    god: I know, son

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    you dont have to he knows

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Thanks God

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >He knows

    Then drop the act. Tell him you're not worthy of his love and mean it. Accept the punishments.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Why did he create me unworthy?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        He didn't. You did that yourself. Free will is one hell of drug huh?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          If he knows everything I'll do, is it free will?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yes. Also, tell God the truth. He'll know if you're lying anyway, so why not? You don't even have to wait to do it. You can pray to God right now, pour your heart out to him. He's our heavenly father. He knows all that goes on with us and what we're doing. It's like he has access to a super facebook or instagram to peer into our lives. He'd still rather that you pick up the phone and give him a call yourself though. Parents like to hear from their kids, even if they already know what's going on.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          have a nice day you gaslighting archon Black person

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            They are elves. Evil elves.
            They're liars and they hate human beings.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Why did he create me unworthy?
        Exactly.

        He didn't. You did that yourself. Free will is one hell of drug huh?

        >He didn't. You did that yourself.
        Actually he did, God could have created a universe in which we reproduced through prayer, but instead he made sexual intercourse our sole means of reproduction, he designed us to be lustful and drawn to the act, and then he made doing the act outside of a certain framework a "sin" (when he literally did not have to do that lol).

        Nobody forced God to create a "look, but don't touch" universe, that's all for his entertainment. God is a sadist.

        > Free will is one hell of drug huh?
        Free will is an illusion, because one is only FREE to choose from the OPTIONS that God has ALLOWED them to choose from.

        You aren't thinking abstractly enough.

        Whenever I talk to a Christian they will say that God had to create evil and sin in order for us to have free will, but there's a glaring issue with that argument.

        Can I just start walking in the middle of the air as if gravity doesn't exist?

        Can I just jump into the air and fly through the sky powered by just the intent of my mind?

        Obviously no to either of those things, but why don't you see God depriving us of these abilities as taking away aspects of our free will?

        Why is God creating a world without evil and sin a violation of our free will, because it limits our options, but when God limits our options in other ways you just pass it off as "that's just how he designed things to be"?

        Why aren't those other imposed limitations also a violation of free will?

        The whole "free will" argument is bullshit, because God already imposes limitations on us based on his design. So imposing the limitation of evil not existing and not being able to sin would be no different than all the other limitations he's imposed on us.

        Can't you guys just be honest with yourself and admit that God likely just wanted evil and sin to exist because it would be "boring" to him and not entertaining to watch our stories?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >can I just start walking in the middle of the air?
          >Can I fly?
          >why don't you see God depriving us of these abilities as taking away aspects of our free will?
          Because freedom of will is not the same thing as freedom of action.
          >Why is God creating a world without evil and sin a violation of our free will because it limits our options
          It's not.
          It's a violation because if we were without sin and evil, then we would be perfection, IE God Himself. We exist flawed so as to keep our identities and choice intact.
          >but when God limits our options in other ways you guys say it's fine.
          That's because freedom of will is not the same thing as freedom of action.
          >God imposes limitations on us based on his design. So imposing the limitation of evil not existing and not being able to sin would be no different than all the other limitations he's imposed on us.
          It would be no different. Sure. He could. But it would also erase us. So He would not. Do you want to be forced to be perfection incarnate or do you want to be yourself and able to choose?
          >God wanted evil and sin to exist because it would be "boring"
          That's silly and kind of insulting. I doubt God, the greatest being possible, thinks the same way as a toddler playing with worms on pavement.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Because freedom of will is not the same thing as freedom of action.
            One can only will themselves to do actions that they can conceive of. If evil and sin was never created, we'd still have free will as we'd never be able to conceive of it.

            Like I said before, you aren't thinking about this abstractly.

            >if we were without sin and evil, then we would be perfection, IE God Himself.
            >We exist flawed so as to keep our identities and choice intact.
            I don't think you realize that you are saying that a perfect God doesn't have an identity or choice.

            You really need to read over your own words and make sure that they are congruent.

            >But it would also erase us.
            No it wouldn't, that's some shit you believe in theory, but you have no proof otherwise. Also realize that you are ironically saying that God is NOT all powerful, because you are asserting that God can't create the universe I described without "erasing us".

            If God is truly ALL POWERFUL then he can do both. Stop contradicting your God.

            Of course, if you tell me right now that there are limits to God's power, I will concede as your argument would now make sense.

            >Do you want to be forced to be perfection incarnate
            Being perfection would mean I would have no limits, so where does the "being forced" part come in. Is the All Powerful God you believe in also "forced"?

            >I doubt God, the greatest being possible, thinks the same way as a toddler playing with worms on pavement.
            I doubt the specific God you guys believe in that is All Powerful + All Knowing + Loving & Good even exists, and God is likely a more limited being. That kind of God makes complete sense when you look at the world. But if it's the God Christians believe in with the three traits I pointed out, then it just makes more logical sense that they are sadist (see image).

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            This chart has no purpose. I still worship God.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >This chart has no purpose.
            Lol a response so fast that I know you didn't read any of the arguments. The fear you exhibit here only shows that in the back of your mind you have doubts about your own beliefs.

            >I still worship God.
            The God you described with your own words has no "identity", "choice", and is actually in a state of being "forced" into existing as a perfect being.

            Those were your words, but you lack the intelligence to see that you've done this. You talked yourself into a corner.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            What conor? I still worship God. Stupid human. Die in Hell.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >we'd still have free will as we'd never be able to conceive of it.
            We would not have free will because we would not exist since evil and sin were never created.
            >I don't think you realize that you are saying that a perfect God doesn't have an identify or choice.
            I am not saying that. Our identities would be the same as His if we were without evil and sin. That doesn't somehow deprive Him of His.
            >You really need to read over your own words
            And you need to give me the benefit of the doubt that I know what I'm saying
            >that's some shit you believe in theory.
            No. If you define God as everything perfect, and perfection as the lack of flaws, then removing our flaws would leave only God.
            >you are asserting that God can't create the universe I described without "erasing us" so you are saying that he's not all powerful
            Again, pretending I don't know what I'm saying.
            I am not saying that He isn't all powerful. It just doesn't make sense for Him to create the universe you described without erasing us. It's like asking for him to make a virgin woman that's also had sex 20 times in her life. Only God can be perfect, and you're asking to be perfect yourself, so how would anybody, not just God, conceivably fulfill your request? If you're made perfect, then you're only God.

            Even if God is all powerful, it's nonsense to ask Him to like make a stone that He Himself cannot push. What exactly do you want Him to do? It's your request, not His.

            There are not limits to God's power, just your request.

            >Is the All Powerful God you believe in also "forced"?
            No, because He can still be Himself and choose what He does perfectly. It's not like you have to control Him to make Him "choose" perfectly. His choices already are perfect.

            And the chart is bullshit btw because it's possible God is able and willing to prevent evil and does so, and there is ultimately no evil in His actions, but we in our flawed understandings of the world arrogantly assert that He's somehow wrong.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Our identities would be the same as His if we were without evil and sin. That doesn't somehow deprive Him of His.
            You lack the self awareness to realize that your argument makes no sense. We would simply be "other Gods", we wouldn't cease being. You are arguing from the false premise that there can only be one "God consciousness", but an all powerful God can create a universe where there can be many.

            Once again you have given me another example where you strip God of his "All Powerful" trait and you don't seem to realize when you are doing it.

            >No. If you define God as everything perfect, and perfection as the lack of flaws, then removing our flaws would leave only God.
            Yes, it would leave ANOTHER God. Unless you are telling me that the ALL POWERFUL God you believe in has limits and can't create more perfect and distinct beings.

            Seriously, is God all powerful or not? I want an answer.

            >It just doesn't make sense for Him to create the universe you described without erasing us.
            My argument isn't whether or not it make sense, I'm asking if you it's possible.

            So is that a YES or a NO?

            I want an answer.

            >No, because He can still be Himself and choose what He does perfectly.
            Then you are contradicting yourself, because if we became PERFECT we would also have the power to "still be ourselves".

            Seriously, just make up your mind already. Does "All Powerful" have limits or not?

            I know you are getting mind fricked right now because the obvious contradiction in your logic is beginning to dawn on you.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >You are arguing from the false premise that there can only be one "God consciousness"
            Bro, that's literally his whole deal. There is only one perfect God. And if there were many different Gods, then none of them would be all powerful as they would have to contend with each other.

            I have not given you another example of his "all powerful" trait. You just suggested another request that makes no sense.

            >it would leave ANOTHER God.
            As I just said, there can't be another God because then they would not be all powerful since they would have to contend with each other.
            >God isn't all powerful because he can't make more perfect and distinct beings.
            And He also can't create a stone that He can't push since that would defeat the whole "All-powerful" thing.
            Again, you made a nonsensical request of God.
            >My argument isn't whether or not it makes sense, I'm asking you if it's possible
            >So that's a YES or a NO?
            I don't fricking know. It's your nonsensical question. lol. I guess both and neither, null, since I don't even know what "it" is that's supposed to be possible.
            >If we became perfect, we would also have the power to "still be ourselves"
            No. That makes no sense. Even with all the power in the cosmos, we can't be both virgins and have had sex at the same time. We can't be both only God and ourselves at the same time. It does not compute.
            >Does "All powerful" have limits or not?
            "All powerful" does not have limits. It's just that if you don't define what you're asking the all powerful being to do, then you're not asking them to do anything.
            >I know you're getting mind fricked right now because the obvious contradiction in your logic is beginning to dawn on you
            No, I'm just losing brain cells trying to make sense of what you're even attempting to say.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            *His whole deal.
            woops.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >And He also can't create a stone that He can't push since that would defeat the whole "All-powerful" thing.
            Wrong, you are imposing limits on ALL powerful. All powerful would mean that you actually could create a stone that he can't push, but he could ALSO (if he chooses) just overcome that limit and start pushing it.

            That's how All Powerful actually works. There are no limits to his power on what he can create or even overcome.

            >"All powerful" does not have limits.
            You just imposed a limit that he can't create a stone he can't push.

            Make up your mind.

            You just keep contradicting yourself.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >All powerful would mean that He actually could create a stone He can't push, but He could also(if he chooses) just overcome that limit and start pushing it.
            If He can overcome that limit and started pushing it, then He never created a stone that he couldn't push in the first place.

            Again, the problem is that you're asking a question that doesn't make sense. By definition nobody can overpower an all powerful being, lest they wouldn't be all powerful, or lest they wouldn't be overpowered. It's not that you're asking God to do something He can't do. It's that you're not actually asking him to do anything because your question is nonsense.

            >You just imposed a limit that he can't create a stone he can't push.
            Well, no. I didn't. I meant when I said that that it would defeat the whole "all-powerful" and being God thing if He did successfully make the stone, so the request makes no sense. You want the immovable mountain to be moved by the unstoppable force. If He did create the stone, then he would not be God so He wouldn't have fulfilled your request. If he moved the stone, then He would not have made an immovable stone, so he would not have fulfilled your request.

            Again, God can do EVERYTHING. It's just that you're not actually asking him to do anything since there is no possible world where your request can be fulfilled. Again, it's like asking for a wife that's a virgin and also has a body count. It's just by definition not something that's real.

            >I can make a stone I can't move, so why can't God?
            Because you aren't defined by your all powerful status. Asking you to do it isn't by definition self defeating like it is for God.

            I'm not contradicting myself. You just can't seem to get it through your skull that All-Powerful doesn't mean nonsensical.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >If He can overcome that limit and started pushing it, then He never created a stone that he couldn't push in the first place.
            Yes he did You are arguing that "All Powerful" is already a state at a set "highest limit", whereas my argument is that there is no limit and it can continuously be surpassed endlessly

            >Well, no. I didn't.
            Lol, yes you did.

            >
            >I can make a stone I can't move, so why can't God?
            >Because you aren't defined by your all powerful status.
            I never said that shit, stop making up quotes lol.

            you used free will to see it that way

            >you used free will to see it that way
            Free will for humans only means that you are free to choose from pre-selected options that were chosen for you. The only being with actual free will would be an All Powerful God, any other being has some limit/option that they aren't even aware of, that external forces/beings have imposed upon them with or without their knowledge.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I thought your initial post was good and I agree with you on those topics. With that said, saying that be unable to complete paradoxical actions disqualifies God from being all powerful is stretching the term in my view. Your requests are analogous to asking God to make a four sided triangle. It just doesn't make sense

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >saying that be unable to complete paradoxical actions disqualifies God from being all powerful is stretching the term in my view.
            It's only paradoxical because you are viewing "All Powerful" within the framework of "already being at the peak of strength" instead of the framework of "being able to endlessly increase your strength".

            With the first framework it looks like a paradox.

            With the second framework it's a natural and endless flow of events.

            Create heavy bolder > increase strength and push, create even heavier boulder, increase strength and push > etc

            That is power without limits.

            You are ironically inferring a limit with your framework of "All Powerful" because it assumes a "permanently attained" level of strength in which there doesn't exist a weight that couldn't be lifted (which then implies that there is a weight that can't be created by God, which goes against the All Powerful trait).

            Really think about it.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I still disagree. It doesn't make any sense to say you can have more than limitless strength. If it can be increased, it was at a limit. I think you're falling prey to what you're trying to avoid.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Yes he did You are arguing that "All Powerful" is already a state at a set "highest limit", whereas my argument is that there is no limit and it can continuously be surpassed endlessly
            So in your mind, a murderer can have not murdered anyone? A 1 year old can be 99 years old? Just, reject all limits and pretend they don't actually mean anything objectively? Because if we're in paradox world, then anything is possible and there is no meaning or sense to be had. If these words you're reading right now can all be changed to mean anything you want if you're powerful enough, why read anything?

            Why not just reject reason entirely? Throw it all out the window and let the wild animals have a try at the philosophy.

            I can understand such a viewpoint, as a hallucination can make excuses for any reality, and who is to say this physical reality is not the illusion and reason itself is not just another part of the nightmare's way of convincing you the nightmare is all there is that exists. But then why come at Christians by using reason? if there are no objective limits and no objective meanings to be had in conversation, then why babble on and on with us?
            >Lol, yes you did
            No I did not. When I said "And He also can't create a stone that He can't push since that would defeat the whole "All-powerful" thing." I was just talking to show an example of a way of thinking. A line of reasoning you could use to show that the whole question of asking God to make a stone he can't move is nonsense. I could equally have said: "And the stone cannot be moved, since that would defeat the whole the stone being unmovable thing." to justify saying that the question is nonsense.

            You're saying I'm setting limitations on God when you don't even follow what I'm saying.
            >I never said that shit, stop making up quotes lol
            Green text can be used for more than just quotes.
            That was juts a likely objection I was expecting from you.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >A 1 year old can be 99 years old?
            You are ironically doing it again. You are using the wrong framework and then asserting that I agree with your framework

            Your framework is - "A 1 year old can be 99 years old" (both at the same time, two states of permanence competing against eachother, creating a paradox)

            My framework is - "A 1 year old can instantly become a 99 year old or any other age" (revolves the limitless power to endlessly change states, there are no competing states of permanence that create a paradox)

            You are kind of strawmanning me at this point, but it's like you don't realize you are doing that because you keep looking at the topic as if only the framework you believe in could be true.

            You have to get what I'm saying now at this point.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >you have to get what I'm saying now at this point
            No I still really don't.

            A 1 year old becoming 99 years old isn't the same thing as a 1 year old being a 99 year old. One of those possible, the other makes no sense. They are different sentences with different meanings.

            And you kind of do the same thing here

            >saying that be unable to complete paradoxical actions disqualifies God from being all powerful is stretching the term in my view.
            It's only paradoxical because you are viewing "All Powerful" within the framework of "already being at the peak of strength" instead of the framework of "being able to endlessly increase your strength".

            With the first framework it looks like a paradox.

            With the second framework it's a natural and endless flow of events.

            Create heavy bolder > increase strength and push, create even heavier boulder, increase strength and push > etc

            That is power without limits.

            You are ironically inferring a limit with your framework of "All Powerful" because it assumes a "permanently attained" level of strength in which there doesn't exist a weight that couldn't be lifted (which then implies that there is a weight that can't be created by God, which goes against the All Powerful trait).

            Really think about it.

            Where you reveal to us that you can't differentiate between becoming all powerful and actually being all powerful.

            Actually having power without limits is being all powerful. Having limited power that then can overcome any limit is becoming all powerful. The second definition or "framework" you use is becoming all powerful. It's not actually being all powerful.

            Furthermore, even if we use your weird definition for all powerful, one just needs to ask your all powerful being to make an unmovable boulder(rather than just a boulder they cannot push) that not even they can ever overcome, and we run into the same paradox because you're not asking them to make a heavy boulder. You're asking them to make an immovable in a state set "highest limit."

            And this is all to get back to the real point I was making that there can only be one all powerful God, since if there were two of them, then they would have to be vulnerable to each other with their unlimited power setting permanent limits on the other's unlimited power, which in my mind still kind of defeats the whole "all powerful" or "unlimited power" thing when you have to compromise. They would both have to choose not to take away the other's power in order to not limit each other or themselves irreparably. Maybe that's why we're here now? interesting. ty anon.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >No I still really don't.
            Your framework of all powerful is that there is a paradox because a variable can't be both 1 and 100 at the same time.

            My framework has nothing to do with it being at the same time at all, but rather that variable being change to any number that God pleases, hence there being no paradox.

            Listen, I think I'll end it here lol.

            I still disagree. It doesn't make any sense to say you can have more than limitless strength. If it can be increased, it was at a limit. I think you're falling prey to what you're trying to avoid.

            >If it can be increased, it was at a limit.
            No, it was simply increased to a higher value. I don't understand how you can't get something this simple. It's like saying there is a limit to counting in numbers. There literally isn't a limit, you can just keep increasing the number from 999 to 999 to 9999 to 9999999999, for all eternity. Increasing the number does not mean there is a limit lol, it simply increased.

            You really have to be trolling at this point, this is too simply of a concept for you to not get it.

            I'm done.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You're not thinking abstractly enough. You can define a symbol to mean limitless, such as the word limitless. You don't have to use finite numbers to represent strength

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Not that symbols create reality of course, I'm just trying to help you understand that concepts are not limited by simple mathematic expressions

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Your framework of all powerful is that there is a paradox because a variable can't be both 1 and 100 at the same time.
            >My framework has nothing to do with it being at the same time at all, but rather that variable being change to any number that God pleases, hence there being no paradox.
            >Listen, I think I'll end it here lol.
            Under your unique definition of "all powerful"(which by the way most people don't share with you and you're just inventing new meanings for words now), since God can make anything he wants, why can't he make a variable that He cannot change to whatever he pleases? Why can't he limit Himself in such a way that he can't supersede Himself down the line?

            I mean you have to realize that if God is always increasing in power forever like how you say, then He's never actually the most powerful He can be since there are always greater heights. If He was really all powerful in the loosey goosey way you say, then He could put breaks on Himself.

            And if God can set limits that are actually permanent, then we run into the same exact problems involving my "framework" I've mentioned in previous replies.

            unfathomably regarded

            Would you like some cheese with that wine, or are you actually going to put something on the table?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Even after letting it sit, your "framework" still makes no sense.
            If the variable can change to any number God pleases, then that means the variable never really represented a just one quantity in the first place.

            Frankly, Patrick in this video is what you're making God sound like.

            According to Patrick, the wallet belongs and does not belong to him any given moment regardless of reason. In other words, for your mental version of God, reality will match to what God wants whenever He wants, so He can be hypocritical without ever being hypocritical. He can set limitations on Himself without ever setting any limitations.
            I take issue with this view because it implies that God is subjective on some level and reality bends to His arbitrary whims, whatever that would be at the given moment. And if somebody were to somehow take His power, then they would be able to do the exact same thing as Him in the sense that reality would just follow to their new equally arbitrary whims.(Hence their being no justification for God allowing Evil.)
            It seems to me you paint God like somebody who is only good because they happen to have power at the given moment, since that is the nature of "limitless power." You don't seem to care that He is the highest, since in your mind He is also the lowest, and He is medium height. He's just whatever He pleases.

            I fundamentally disagree with you, if that's your stance. He hasn't shown to be inconsistent or arbitrary in His will. In fact, then it would not be His will. Of course, there is no way I can prove to you this, since any good reasoning or truth I come up with in support of God, you could just dismiss as possibly just more of God's arbitrarily will being made to match with reality and made to be meaningful by His limitless power.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >No I still really don't.
            Your framework of all powerful is that there is a paradox because a variable can't be both 1 and 100 at the same time.

            My framework has nothing to do with it being at the same time at all, but rather that variable being change to any number that God pleases, hence there being no paradox.

            Listen, I think I'll end it here lol.

            [...]
            >If it can be increased, it was at a limit.
            No, it was simply increased to a higher value. I don't understand how you can't get something this simple. It's like saying there is a limit to counting in numbers. There literally isn't a limit, you can just keep increasing the number from 999 to 999 to 9999 to 9999999999, for all eternity. Increasing the number does not mean there is a limit lol, it simply increased.

            You really have to be trolling at this point, this is too simply of a concept for you to not get it.

            I'm done.

            *THERE being no justification
            Sorry, I'm sleep deprived due to worrying about the eclipse. I like the sun, man. I know it's a natural process, just a big shadow, but it's still off-putting.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Actually, on second thought, it can mean nonsensical. It's not that you can't seem to get through to your skull that all-powerful doesn't mean nonsensical

            It's that you can't get it through your skull that a nonsensically defined power isn't actually a power, so an all powerful being can exist without it.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You're doing God's Work anon thank you

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Time to prove God exists with a EerieWeb shitpost

            >How many rules are there in our reality?
            Answer: infinite.

            Infinity is mathematically impossible, yet it exists in our reality, everything you see, and cant see has a rule, speed of light, how an apple with a bite taken out of it decays, how an atom interacts with its nucleus etc.

            Infinite rules, and each of these rules have their own substructure of infinite set amount of rules within them. All of these Infinite rules with their own foundational rules persistently interact with one another, then creating an infinite set of new rules.

            Do you notice that our reality has not gone haywire? Everything is the same each and every single day? It is this that proves that something so powerful beyond our comprehension is controlling these parameters from destroying our reality. At any moment if any of these rules did not stick to its rule the reality would cease to exist, remember that apple? It's now a infinite kaleidoscope with the heat of Wolf-Rayet star WR 102 blue star the hottest known star in our universe, next second it's a black hole. You see my point, rules need control.

            Now, coming to terms with what I stated above God is real, this vast amount of power needed to create a rule let alone all of these rules interacting with one another and not destroying our reality needs a ruler.

            Rules prove Gods existence, proving God is good is very easy to do also

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I feel like trying to tell God anything new would be like Matt Damon trying to convince Robin Williams he actually does know it's not his fault.

            >Evil exists
            >only "yes" given as option
            The entire argument is based on an assumption made from a limited perspective. It's not metaphysically valid. Check your Spinoza, son.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            unfathomably regarded

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          you used free will to see it that way

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Ooh sexy prayer

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    tell him hi for me

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    you can literally ask him when you see him.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Tell him to put snake girls on earth.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    "God" is omnipotent and omniscient. If I was omniscient, I would be able to identify the life that is maximally satisfying to me, and if I was omnipotent I would be able to live that life because nothing could stop me. The fact that I have a miserable life of suffering instead of a maximally satisfying life is proof that I'm not God. God controls every other person on earth as a moronic troony hivemind and he rapes my mind every second of every day and terrorizes, abuses, threatens, harasses, etc me for literally anything I do or think. God demands that I live and identify as "a peasant" and violently gatekeeps anything desirable including in my literal thoughts.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I would say I love you and thank Him

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Look Him Up

    Not so Old Oldchaic inquiry but someone did publish the science delusion, and God is great, God is good.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous
  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I wouldn't say a single word to him, I would listen to what he had to say, and that's what no one else did.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >you: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
    >God: yeah.....anyways pretty cool right?

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There is a point in space where you are all knowing, but it's a pain in the ass so it's more convenient to stay in a form where you don't know everything. I'm gonna try to stay up there next time.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Can you describe it Anon; how did you experience it?

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Stop with this whole egg bullshit, there is no proof of this at all but people keep talking about it like it's gospel. It doesn't even make sense lol.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >it doesn't make sense
        >therefore it's bullshit
        I can't explain it to you either though, so, no ¯_(ツ)_/¯

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >therefore it's bullshit
          More like "therefore it's more likely to be bullshit than it isn't".

          I can make up a story right now where instead of it being "the egg", it's instead "the testicle", and were all just inside of Gods nutsack and mentally in a simulation lol.

          It's just as likely to be true, people are just making grand sounding shit up, and then other just run with it because it makes them feel special and they are into new age nonsense.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >More like "therefore it's more likely to be bullshit than it isn't".
            Tell me you're too young for this website without telling me.
            >I can make up a story right now where instead of it being "the egg", it's instead "the testicle", and were all just inside of Gods nutsack and mentally in a simulation lol.
            You would be taking inspiration.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Tell me you're too young for this website without telling me.
            I don't even get this line. I don't see how someone being specific means they are too young for the site, you are really just grasping at straws.
            >You would be taking inspiration.
            I would be mixing bullshit with chicken shit, it's still shit.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >I don't even get this line.
            I'm calling you immature for thinking that just because you don't understand something, it's somehow less likely to be true.
            >I don't see how someone being specific means they are too young for the site, you are really just grasping at straws.
            You're not being specific, and neither am I. Are you sure you understand what 'grasping at straws' means?
            >I would be mixing bullshit with chicken shit, it's still shit.
            Seems to be a habit of yours.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >I'm calling you immature for thinking that just because you don't understand something
            I do understand it, it's also unverifiable, how do you not get that?

            Literally every other thing in your life that is unverifiable is something you'll doubt, but you make an exception with this nonsense?

            Do you actually believe that people are getting emails from a Nigerian prince, or is it more likely that it's just a Nigerian scammer?

            >Seems to be a habit of yours.
            But you mastered it.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >I do understand it, it's also unverifiable, how do you not get that?
            Oh, I'm sure it is. Not by me, though.
            >Literally every other thing in your life that is unverifiable is something you'll doubt, but you make an exception with this nonsense?
            Do you think you're a mind reader now, too? This conversation has run it's course. Buh bye.
            >come find me again

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Do you think you're a mind reader now, too?
            I'm assuming you are the one that posted the image for the egg nonsense (which implies your belief in it). If you weren't the poster, it's very odd that you so quickly responded to my criticism of it.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    call him a homosexual then turn 360 degrees and walk away

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Throw some D’s

    ?si=QEXvuTKxZfcGIkMQ

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Let him do most of the talking, and you better not try to bullshit him.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Personally I'm just gonna start with hi and see where things go from there
    God is all knowing but I am not so that means I have plenty to ask

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >What do I even tell God when I meet him?
    Tell him what you were always meant to tell him, he will know when you are being genuine

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The cold shoulder thing is real.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    "I hope all this suffering is for a good reason in the end. A lot of innocents were damaged in the everyday functionings of this profoundly corrupt, broken and backwards reality."

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You call it broken, yet you are unable to create anything better. Perhaps you should try practicing gratitude instead.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        You implying suffering is an intrinsic component of reality to make it function.
        That's not a reality I'd want to exist in period.
        Cheers up, I'm sure it's not.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    10/10 would hug. Maybe a smooch on the cheek

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    When I am finally with God again I will laugh at first, just a really happy laugh, because talking to God is such an inconceivable feeling compared to the state of consciousness we experience as ordinary humans that it's hard not to laugh. It's a humbling experience, a unity of being is felt that is unlike any other connection you have felt while alive. Your minds are merged, all that you are, God can see, and all that God is, is now visible to you. It's like the feeling you get when a beloved parent had to go away for work and then returns to you after what felt like forever, except here you realise you were never left alone at all. I think the first words I would manage to say after getting so emotional would just be thank you for everything.

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >god, what Sould i want
    or>what should be my incentives?

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    you know.

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You tell him an anti semitic joke and hope he laughs

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >what do I even tell him
    >I
    ngmi (except we're all gmi)

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You tell him that you're sorry, you apologize for being a no-good evil sinner human goblinoid, and then you deposit ten dollars in the collection box.

  29. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    only god and i have birthdays,

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