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Posted by Wade
07-23-2016 08:04 AM

Macho wrote: WTF happened to Wade? Is KoS-Wade? Has Wade been hacked and is another member trying to mock KoS?



No, I haven’t been hacked, unless you count the Creator hacking me personally.

I been rigged now, I think.

I don’t “believe” in God, I KNOW there is a Creator.

Posted by Massacre-Total_Serial_Killer
07-02-2016 04:39 PM

Macho wrote:

Massacre-Total_Serial_Killer wrote:

Wade wrote: Let me explain this to you another way.

“Allscape” is a parable too, and “Almighty” is greater than that.

“Omnipotent” is not sufficient to describe “Almighty”.

People have been trying to put “God” in a box for eons, because they didn’t understand how “The Unknown God” from the Ontological Argument could be in Heaven and outside of Heaven at once.

The Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil are parables which explain that Almighty is greater than an Allscape.


The Almighty created free will to learn more about Himself, and The Almighty can put an entire universe inside of an Atom, and an Adam, and either way, he fell in love with His Creations.

Just because The Almighty is already Omniscient does not mean that he can’t learn anything new.

He can be a cock in a box and fly the coop too.

And what does this have to do with Pi, or anything else for that matter?


At this moment KoS met his match. Both of you do this, go on a long post that is off topic.

the difference is that I don’t actually go off topic. I just get too complicated for people to follow.

It takes years for the understanding required to decipher it.

Posted by Massacre-Total_Serial_Killer
06-26-2016 11:54 PM

Wade wrote: and He just might want you and I to be able to create other beings too


Still waiting for an explanation for this.

Edited 06-26-2016 11:54 PM by Massacre-Total_Serial_Killer
Posted by Macho
06-26-2016 12:16 AM

WTF happened to Wade? Is KoS-Wade? Has Wade been hacked and is another member trying to mock KoS?

Posted by Macho
06-26-2016 12:11 AM

Massacre-Total_Serial_Killer wrote:

Wade wrote: Let me explain this to you another way.

“Allscape” is a parable too, and “Almighty” is greater than that.

“Omnipotent” is not sufficient to describe “Almighty”.

People have been trying to put “God” in a box for eons, because they didn’t understand how “The Unknown God” from the Ontological Argument could be in Heaven and outside of Heaven at once.

The Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil are parables which explain that Almighty is greater than an Allscape.


The Almighty created free will to learn more about Himself, and The Almighty can put an entire universe inside of an Atom, and an Adam, and either way, he fell in love with His Creations.

Just because The Almighty is already Omniscient does not mean that he can’t learn anything new.

He can be a cock in a box and fly the coop too.

And what does this have to do with Pi, or anything else for that matter?


At this moment KoS met his match. Both of you do this, go on a long post that is off topic.

Posted by Valaraukar
06-25-2016 06:11 AM

pe vs py?

Edited 06-25-2016 06:11 AM by Valaraukar
Posted by Wade
06-24-2016 10:18 AM

But He does believe it after all, doesn’t he...

http://www.christianpost.com/news/world-renowned-scientist-finds-proof-god-created-the-universe-165511/#AxouAvLsyp5XPZ1o.99


He just can’t sort out the “How” of it either...

Interesting. I’ve been messaging him from time to time about proofs within math and physics that Almighty is Greater than Physics alone, but he still cannot quite grasp “Almighty” either.

Nevertheless, I have faith for him too now, because the mere fact that he’s come to realize an Intelligent Creator must exist on some level anyway gives me hope.

He has been an “agnostic” at times, but now he has graduated to Deist and/or Pantheist, and that is a lot better than faith in nothing.

Nobody ever said Faith had to be foolish.


I messaged him a few days ago, not realizing he was making that announcement.

I told him something like, “Brains could be made from Membranes and Almighty would still be greater than that”.

Posted by Wade
06-24-2016 10:06 AM

Someone explain to Dr. Michio Kaku that if the world can be Quantum and Continuous simultaneously, then Free Will can definitely exist.


There can be a Wheel of God, and there can be a Will of God, and there can still be physics, and there can still be other laws, and there can still be Free Will anyway, and he doesn’t get any of that, in spite of being a major figure in physics and philosophy.

Posted by Wade
06-24-2016 09:57 AM

The Romans and Greeks had a Pantheon of “gods” because they couldn’t understand how one God could be doing “it all”, but they still had a nameless statue to “The Unknown God” in spite of all of their “mythology”, which were parables too, because they knew their had to be at least One.

The “Super-God” argument has been around before, and that’s why Zeus “King of the gods” is the son of Chronos, and the grandson of Uranus.


What’s going on is they can’t understand how to explain “Cosmos” without God, but they can’t understand how to explain how God himself is not part of the Cosmos.


Now, the “undying Savior” story exists in many cultures too. In Judaic culture there was Samson, but Samson was just a man “anointed” by God, because the Jews already knew, “God is not a Man..." The Wheel of Time actually appears in the story of Samson too, but it would have to be a parable, because either way the parable has “God” killing a thousand men, but God would not need to kill anyone in such a way to explain anything to them.



However, in Greek mythology they had a demi-god for everything too, and one of the most famous is of course “Hercules”.

There’s a big difference between “God is not a man” and “God might be a half-man," isn’t there.


Now in the “Wanted” movie, they took the “Will” of the “Wheel” into their own hands, and started killing people falsely in the name of the Creator.


Any “god” which tells you to kill someone is a false understanding of “god” because The God can take care of his own affairs.

That is why Jesus says, “Let he that is without sin among you first cast a stone at her."

So why does the Jesus in the Bible pronounce damnation on just about everything and everyone? Because this is a parable to make you question everyone and everything until you come to the truth.


People killing one another in the name of God is foolish and hypocritical, but doing nothing to stop other fools is also foolish and hypocritical.

Posted by Wade
06-24-2016 08:45 AM

In Star Trek 5, Kirk and Sybock venture to the center of the Galaxy and find an apparently “all-knowing” being imprisoned on a planet. This being claims to be God, but Kirk’s gut/conscience tells him something isn’t right. Prisons are made for a reason, and “The God” does not need a Starship.

So Kirk asks, “Why does God need a Starship?"

Now Sybock realizes he’s been deceived all along, and sacrifices himself to distract the false god being while Kirk and the crew escape.


Was he making fun of Ezekiel? I don’t think so, but some of Erick Von Danikan’s work was already around at the time, I think.

They have not understood that some parables literally happened, and they have not understood that some parables are the way they are to teach a moral truth or a literal truth bigger than the parable itself.

He talks about “Chariots fo the Gods”, but doesn’t know what those four “Wheels within Wheels” represented, and he was a Priest at one time, but he still didn’t understand the parable.


This is not something that people come to understand easily, even though they do understand it at the same time. The classic “Onion” example is true. There are layers to understanding.

Everybody knows that “The God” does not need a chariot, so why do so many cultures put “The God” on a Chariot?

It is a symbol of Time, and it turns out Time is not an arrow, and it is not a river either, but those have at times been good symbols for time, but they don’t tell the whole truth about time.

Eternal is Eternal, and there are more than one ways to conceive of Eternal, and Almighty must be able to conceive of them all.


Now how do we worship God in Spirit and in Truth when we can’t understand the parables we already have, and atheists reject God all together?


The Bible is a book of parables which is supposed to help understand God by helping interpret other parables, but it has at times been turned into a religion and used to hurt people worse than at the first.

This happens from time to time, because people still have the same problems anyway, “Me, Myself, and I”.



In the story, the prophet complained that he was unworthy because he had unclean lips (perhaps he used a lot of profanity,) and the Angel of the Lord took the Fire from the midst of the Chariot and touched his lips and told him this has cleansed him.

Fire represents the Power of The God, and if Fire cleansed his sins in the vision, then forgiving sins is not a problem for God in the first place. This ought to be obvious that if God can forgive sins, then God can forgive sins, and he doesn’t need anyone to die for anyone.

So why all this vision and parables? Because he still cares about right and wrong, and he still cares about you and I.

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