GOD and YOU in Simplification
Because the world is accustomed to the works of the Bible I will use it.
Believers believe that God CREATED man.
Genesis 1:26 “Let “us” make Man in “our” image, after “our” likeness.”
Genesis 2:7: And the Lord God formed man of/from the dust of the ground…
Here we see the first mention of multiple gods and of a hire Archy, where it would appear that one of the gods was speaking for all the other gods know as a “LORD” god. The LORD or most high or whatever changed from time to time from assassinations or other mishaps.
How could a God who has no corporal body and who is universally alone say that? Obviously…He would not. The verse does not say “God created man” and in fact says that man was “made” by gods (plural or multiple) and does not say created.
The Divine Eviction and the sin of immorality.
This after eating from the tree of knowledge:
Genesis 3:22/23 22Then the “LORD” God said, “Behold, the man has become like one of Us, knowing good and evil; and now, he might stretch out his hand, and take also from the tree of life, and eat, and live forever “– 23therefore the LORD God sent him out from the garden of Eden, to cultivate the ground from which he was taken.…
1. Once again we see a “LORD” God speaking for his entourage of subservient or lesser gods.
2. Man had the mind of the gods from acquiring knowledge becoming “Like one of us…” Man was becoming a god or had already become one.
3. There is great concern that Man will eat from the tree of life also…this fear appearing to be the main reason for banishment.
For me the most starlings of all is the overt admissions to gods existing that have been ignored for the last 2000+ years of dark religious ages.
Man was made and not created. With the blood of god and the red earth, man was made. That is cloning…not creating.
Genesis 2:11: The name of the first [river] is Pishon; it is the one which skirts the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold. 12 And the gold of that land is good.
The gods were gold miners and man was made to work as miners and care takers for the gods. The term that is commonly translated as “worship” was in fact “avod” (“work”). Ancient and biblical Man did not “worship” his earth god; he worked for him much as we still do today.
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