God?

2021-09-09 05:02:53 TED

So God can produce everything he wants and destroy that again.

I wonder God actually destroy yourself

Please only meaningful answers

Debbie

Hello Locas410,

If you follow the statements of certain contents of beliefs, God is omnipotent - which may always include. This assumes God that God can lead processes (abstract formulation for any actions). If we would accept this everybody anyway, God could destroy yourself - commit suicide in human approximation.

But the question arises as to whether these beliefs can be exactly or right. They accept God as a (meta-) personality - following a millennium tradition of God's pictures. Jesus had led something completely different: God was love.

That had ultimately led me, love with something that would not be representible from love itself (so nothing from UNto describe a natural world). Thus God would be writable under Jesus acceptance or knowledge. This has succeeded in a plausible acceptance of a spatial time "beyond" of our space-time. Love would only mean unity, from her - abstract - just something, something she likes to achieve. Thus, in the unity for all (now e.g., in people, as in God) arise equally abundance and greatest possible degree of freedom arise.

We need the unity and degree of freedom for viewing whether God could destroy. With the destruction of itself, the unit would be broken with himself, the degree of freedom of God - when taken so far abstracted. God would not be god anymore, then out of love.

We haveBut the love and thus God modeled space-timeless. The timelessness requires that there are no processes (it follows that only something goes out or something she achieves - abstract alone the methodology, without being able to define content). A self-destruction would be - like any creation - a process that God could not lead then (apart from the fact that God could then do nothing, which contradicts beliefs).

The model itself does not need a personality of God, as it requires Only love describes. God as a love personality would only be postulated. Thus, we may seek God very elsewhere: e.g. in the manifestation of love as a personality in our thoughtful world.

God could not kill himself - unless we wishkill us. At best, we could kill God - and think of the words of Nietzsche (which he likes to have meant) - if we move strictly outside love and consciously make a decision to do this.

with many greetings
Earthcitizen

Ella

Life per se is indestructible; God is this (ur) life. Energy is indestructible per se; God is this (UR) energy.

No, God can not destroy themselves and commit a suicide, because God is not out of life, but is the life and life energy itself ...

Create, however, implies the transient, which is destructible again. Each created implies mortality and no eternationalContinue ...

But basically, only the material is destroyed; Its energy remains persist.

As Einstein said: ' What we call as matter is energy whose vibration has been lowered so that it is perceptible to the senses. There is no matter. '

This energy goes back to God ... or remains in God - depending on ...

Greeting Fantho

Willis

This is a variant of the allmachtsparadoxone: Can God create a stone he can not lift himself? There is no logical answer. And from this one can conclude that everybody is impossible.

Herman

I do not believe in a god in the sense, but I'm sure if it really gives him, he could theoRefrigerator also destroy yourself, except, it is a long process and he would be too weak.

Paulette

"Destroy that again."

God destroys nothing created. Nothing, which has ever been called into the existence, can go back to nothing.

In this respect, God himself can neither sucend an suicide.

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