Burning question to ask God (or maybe 7 of them)

Lron

New member
#1
I''ll bet there’s a burning question you’re wanting to ask God, isn’t there (or maybe 7 of them, see below)? It’s okay. I have one too. The good news is you’re not alone. At Explore God, we facilitate a safe place for you to come with any questions you may have about God, life, trauma, The Bible, you name it!
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Lron

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#3
Why does God allow pain and suffering is a difficult but great question that we address in the discussion group.
 
#5
There's rules in this simulation - what you believe becomes your reality and what you tolerate is what you permit. But outside ourselves there's no external authority, we are responsible for what we believe and the conditions we make on planet earth. No matter how much hell we release on earth we're not going to force anyone to return and save us from our own folly. We must save ourselves. The only thing that's gonna unite us moving forward is an ideology based on the fundamental laws of nature -- hierarchy, identity, differentiation, upward evolution and struggle, to name a few -- one that supports virtue and promotes excellence, strength, beauty and honor.
 

Ridge

New member
#9
What God did the folks worship at Göbekli Tepe if any? Or, what was being evangelized during this time-period? What role did the dinosaurs play in humanity and if presumably true that they were wiped out by a single asteroid, what would prevent humans from being wiped out by a single space rock? Are these cosmic anomalies by design? If so, why? What happens to all of the people who worship a different God with different religious concepts? Do we all arrive at the same place after life?
 
#11
will all jews go to hell given their lack of belief that Jesus was son of God?
Let's not forget, Buddists, Hindus, Muslims, pagonist, Native Americans, athiests and a myriad of thousands of other non-Christian belief systems.

Frankly, hell sounds like a pretty good place since judgemental Christians won't be there. Of course hell would welcome sinners too.
 

binz

Platinum Member
#12
Let's not forget, Buddists, Hindus, Muslims, pagonist, Native Americans, athiests and a myriad of thousands of other non-Christian belief systems.

Frankly, hell sounds like a pretty good place since judgemental Christians won't be there. Of course hell would welcome sinners too.
good point. I use Jews because Christians seems to get along pretty well with jews. Not sure they like those other heathen groups much.