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I Am Spiritual But Not Religious

Some things are set in stone but the majority for me are adaptable, not fierce but debatable.

I think the Creator wants us to be a little like Him and think a lot more about everything we do.
xSharp · 31-35, M
if god is a him then he needs a her to create,

assuming god is not bound by evolution and the laws of the physical world as god existed before creation, gender must not apply to god because god created gender in the first place as a means for mortals to reproduce. god does not need genitalia nor an exchange of dna to create because it is god and it created dna as well, so how could god be a him?
CampodeiLiora · 26-30, F
[@397436,xSharp] Giving gender to God is compliance with His arrangement after the Fall in Eden, wherein He said woman would be secondary to man, in His view, as a consequence of her failure to understand the edict about the fruit from the tree we were not to touch. Later, in the words of Paul we learnt that God sees neither male or female Jew or Greek, but He looks into the heart of the individual, so we are all equal before Him. But the die had been cast, and He is always spoken of rather than She.
xSharp · 31-35, M
[@687218,CampodeiLiora] doctor professor and christian jordan peterson has an analysis of the garden of eden you may find interesting, he is thrice great

[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRGks0zfLZg]

[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gacjj2aCo7Q]

 
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