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Tsunami: Where was God?
Posted 9/21/08

refusers wrote:

Dude,just type is God tsunami and you'll see many articles with their own opinion.

http://adrianwarnock.com/2004/12/can-anyone-explain-tsunamis.htm
http://www.leaderu.com/focus/tsunamiandgod.html



You said yourself early, your not a fcking religious person, than why are you trying to find an excuse to push the blame onto GOD, same question as early, What the fuck do you want God to do?What can he do at this point..
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Posted 9/21/08

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So when you can't blame anything else anymore, blame it on God.


If God exist than he is to blame,if not than nature is to blame.I don't buy any religious excuses.


Lol blame nature? What is the logic you are using on this thread anyway? Have you not thought that maybe It was mankind's doing? If we were able to kill his son then maybe it is possible to kill others. That man was at fault for the causing of the earthquake due to his disregarding of taking care of the earth?


Lol And what kind of logic is yours? you're saying mankind caused the tsunami? If tsunami is the result of people's evil doing than at least kill those who are deserve to die and not the innocent childrens and babies.Could it be that God is blind?


What kind of logic is yours, you're saying something that is not proven to exist to have caused the death of all these people. Your just shoving the blame on someone that we have no fucking idea if it exists or not, what the fuck do you want God to do


How about tell him to resurrect those who died.If jesus was resurrected than why can't the people?


now that i think about it, this was the most retarded thing you just said,
Do you think God can ressurect all the fucking people that died in this world?
Why the fuck should he?Why the hell are you blaming him?
Do you expect God to ressurect the pass billions of people that died?



You're swearing way too much and please stop quoting everytime.Why do you care so much about this.Why are you being so childish all of sudden.You look like you haven't even gone through purbety yet.Please go back to talking 11 years old.
Posted 9/21/08
^Oh so now your going on the insults, makes you sound so big
your not any better than my swear words now, are you?
Quit trying to change the subject
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Posted 9/21/08
AyumiChanz,you're obviously not a religion person either.You don't even have an opinion on this you're just asking me questions.You're just in for it for the attention.

http://adrianwarnock.com/2004/12/can-anyone-explain-tsunamis.htm
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Posted 9/21/08
Can I ask my own question here: Why must you (in the plural form) assume that God created the tsunami?
If you do believe in an all-powerful deity, must he control every little thing that happens just because he can.

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Posted 9/21/08

MCMXCI wrote:

Can I ask my own question here: Why must you (in the plural form) assume that God created the tsunami?
If you do believe in an all-powerful deity, must he control every little thing that happens just because he can.

~MCMXCI



Because God created nature.Is tsunami not part of nature?
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After adam and eve sinned, god decided to let them take care of themselves and left the human world in their hands; since he realised that humans will sin by nature. So if you wanna blame god, blame them instead (not that any of this would have existed if they hadn't).
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Posted 9/21/08

refusers wrote:


MCMXCI wrote:

Can I ask my own question here: Why must you (in the plural form) assume that God created the tsunami?
If you do believe in an all-powerful deity, must he control every little thing that happens just because he can.

~MCMXCI



Because God created nature.Is tsunami not part of nature?


That does not answer my question, do you believe God is the cause of every insignificant detail in every person's life in the whole world, because I dont. In my opinion, God is the indirect cause of everything since he created the world, but he did not create a gigantic wave to go kill thousands of people.

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Posted 9/21/08

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AyumiChanz,you're obviously not a religion person either.You don't even have an opinion on this you're just asking me questions.You're just in for it for the attention.

http://adrianwarnock.com/2004/12/can-anyone-explain-tsunamis.htm


Attention?I dont think like you, Sorry.. I dont go into a thread like this sort expecting to get
attention..
And my opinion? i find you absurd, im not a religious person, and that's why i have not blamed the happenings
around me on such a figure known as God, so why are you?

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Posted 9/21/08 , edited 9/21/08

MCMXCI wrote:


refusers wrote:


MCMXCI wrote:

Can I ask my own question here: Why must you (in the plural form) assume that God created the tsunami?
If you do believe in an all-powerful deity, must he control every little thing that happens just because he can.

~MCMXCI



Because God created nature.Is tsunami not part of nature?


That does not answer my question, do you believe God is the cause of every insignificant detail in every person's life in the whole world, because I dont. In my opinion, God is the indirect cause of everything since he created the world, but he did not create a gigantic wave to go kill thousands of people.

~MCMXCI


I don't even believe in God.But if some religion fanatic say God is the father of nature than so it's his responsibility to have total control over this deadly and unstoppable force.


God Created Nature

The earth is the Lord’s, and all it contains, The world, and those who dwell in it. For He has founded it upon the seas, And established it upon the rivers (Psalm 24:1-2).


http://www.bible.org/page.php?page_id=189

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Posted 9/21/08
^You actually believe that bullcrap, and that is what led us to this discussion
we're going on about the existence of God, which people have yet to find out if it exist or not.
Posted 9/21/08 , edited 9/21/08
yer cool yo. read god backwards and u get dog. so theres a hidden meaning in god..LOL. so think about it
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I think everything is just a series of actions and energy transference in a complex system of reactions. If I die, it was a part of the equation. Even if god or some omnipotent being exists, we would have no idea what their sense of morals are or if morals are something that we have created and evolved over time.
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The earth have a natural balance, but the human redefine this balance, we invented alot of stuff by manipulate nature, we live longer due to the inventions, and now we overpopulated the earth because we changed the balance.But balance still exist, nature disaster killing us off to keep the balance, if there weren't that many of us on earth living in so many places there would be alot less deaths. God can't be all nice and kind, so maybe this is a work of God trying to remade the balance? Indirectly trying to save us? We may never know. But a good topic to discuss.
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Posted 9/21/08 , edited 9/21/08

refusers wrote:


MCMXCI wrote:


refusers wrote:


MCMXCI wrote:

Can I ask my own question here: Why must you (in the plural form) assume that God created the tsunami?
If you do believe in an all-powerful deity, must he control every little thing that happens just because he can.

~MCMXCI



Because God created nature.Is tsunami not part of nature?


That does not answer my question, do you believe God is the cause of every insignificant detail in every person's life in the whole world, because I dont. In my opinion, God is the indirect cause of everything since he created the world, but he did not create a gigantic wave to go kill thousands of people.

~MCMXCI


I don't even believe in God.But if some religion fanatic say God is the father of nature than so it's his responsibility to have total control over this deadly and unstoppable force.


God Created Nature

The earth is the Lord’s, and all it contains, The world, and those who dwell in it. For He has founded it upon the seas, And established it upon the rivers (Psalm 24:1-2).


http://www.bible.org/page.php?page_id=189

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First of all, why are you making the assumption that all religious people are fanatics, an ad hominem is not gonna get you anywhere. Second, why must God - of course assuming he exists - have total control over nature, which he created?

~MCMXCI
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