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Who Is Your God?

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goodlife | 11:08 Mon 27th Jul 2020 | Society & Culture
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Despite people and their devotion to various patron gods,

The great issue facing each one of us, Is it rising sea levels and freak weather caused by global warming? Is it depletion of the ozone layer, leading to dangerous exposure to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays? Is it a population explosion, which compounds other global problems, such as poverty and crime, coronavirus pandemic? Or is it the prospect of the annihilation of untold millions in a nuclear war, with any holocaust survivors eventually dying in agony from cold, starvation, or radiation?

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What a bundle of joy you are, goodlife. What's it like being so gloomy all the time?
Sorry, I didn't answer the question. I don't have a god.

I'm with you. All this god nonsense is depressing. Live long, have fun.
Jimmy Page.
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BTW, I will only be answering sensible answer, thanks you.
In other words the ones you like - no change there then.
It seems to me that religious people are only happy when they're miserable, a strange way to choose how to live your life. I suspect that people like goodlife, theland and locusts, even when they get to their chosen heaven, will still find something to moan about.
\\ BTW, I will only be answering sensible answer, thanks you.//
That's condescendingly nice of you goodlife but if we ask a sensible question will we get a sensible answer?
You fervent Christians are identical on here.

You don't want answers or debate, you just want people to agree with you while you patronize them, and ignore or insult them when they don't.

We can all do that, but what's the point?

There's a 'sensible' answer for you, so I expect a reply.

As opposed to the lefties and righties who just want to point out the incompetence and inconsistencies of t'other side and have a bit of a bicker.
dr - // As opposed to the lefties and righties who just want to point out the incompetence and inconsistencies of t'other side and have a bit of a bicker. //

Not really - political arguments are about something we can all see and hear, and know is real.
Why does one need a God? I'm happy walking my own path without some fictional deity to guide me.
Currently... Marcelo Bielsa

Not sure that political arguments necessarily are about something real, quite often they relate to belief systems - state ownership, individual freedom, rampant capitalist greed ;-)
dr - // Not sure that political arguments necessarily are about something real, quite often they relate to belief systems - state ownership, individual freedom, rampant capitalist greed ;-) //

True - but that was not in the post to which I responded.

Abstract political arguments are still based on circumstances, religious arguments are based on imagination.
Can someone please post a 'sensible answer' - goodlife is sitting there tutting and drumming his fingers ...

If we take the government's handling of the pandemic, my perception of ABers comments is that Tory supporters think they've done an okay job in difficult circumstances while left-wingers think they have made a series of catastrophic errors.
As you have pointed out andy-hughes, goodlife doesn't want a discussion, I doubt any question will be good enough for an answer.
dr - // If we take the government's handling of the pandemic, my perception of ABers comments is that Tory supporters think they've done an okay job in difficult circumstances while left-wingers think they have made a series of catastrophic errors. //

That's probably true, and based on instinctive reaction rather than objective analysis.

There can be no evidence that a Labour government could have handled things any better, hindsight is a wonderful thing, never more so than when looking at political decisions.
The Gods of the copybook headings. Read Kipling.
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I am sorry you are so Boring, But really, you don't do not know what you are missing.
The Bible is God’s revelation to man. It tells us how we got here and where we are going. How can that be boring?
You should go to your own church.

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