the deaths.....ALL IN THE OLD TESTAMENT jesus is the new covenat we dont go by the old testament.
But those deaths were still sanctioned by the same god in the past. the only way I can understand this is if A) the OT god was a different god to NT, B) god's morality has changed between the OT and the NT or C) the OT was incorrect, just fiction or actual lies, while the NT is correct.
Which of those would it be?
the nonsense...now this is what i heard.the same stuff found in dirt and sand is also found in us...also everything is made of soundwaves isnt?GOD SAID let there be light....water earth...etc.
were is mt.everest at in the bible?
Can you please explain this? I don't understand this paragraph. I don't think everything is made of soundwaves. You might be thinking of quantum wave/particle duality. I don't know what significance "Let there be light" has in your argument here. And I assume Mt. Everest in the Bible was in the Himalayas in India, like it is now, which would be a far way away from the authors of the bible, and not terribly accesible to the people of the ancient world. Are you pointing out that the Bible never seems to give information about the world that a human wouldn't be able to know or guess?
the good thing theory its is the devil hurting us or its in God's plan for us(and im ok with God's plan)
What if God's plan is for you to fail and end up in Hell for all eternity? Or for you loved ones to go to Hell? Is that okay with you?
what would you want Jesus to leave behind as proof? he healed people not bulid monuments
Jesus is God, right? Or did I get that wrong? Perhaps visiting more than just his tiny corner of the globe, leaving consistent histories behind in various places that match up together perfectly... and there's a whole myriad of ways that God could reveal itself without doubt to people, without even sending itself to earth as a man.
If it's not part of God's plan to be obvious to us, then that's fine. Plenty of people hatch plans that involve stealth or anonymity. However, it seems strange to demand that people believe in the existence of god while making it seem so unlikely to people, or just as likely as any other god of any other religion in the world. It also seems a strange, if not unfair way to judge the worthiness of people depending on their willingness to believe despite a lack of evidence, not to mention the luck of picking the right god to believe in. Do you see what I mean?
Jesus will come to us as a stranger asking for food or a homeless person (WE DONT KNOW WHAT HE LOOKS LIKE SO HOW ARE WE TO SAY IT IS OR ISNT HIM?)
HE DIDNT MEAN IT LITERALLY TO EAT HIM
he wants us "hungry"for him.so we take him in our body so he is inside of us.
Okay, so some of the bible is literal, but some isn't. How do you tell which ones? There are some parts of the bible that people insist are literal despite them being just as farfetched as Jesus asking us to eat him.
energy can neither be created nor destroyed so where does it come from?
Well, it can neither be created nor destroyed, so the question doesn't make sense. It's like asking "at what time did time begin?"
The scientific theory is that all matter, time and space was condensed to a singularity or near-singularity that then expanded rapidly in what we call the Big Bang. However, even if you don't believe that, or can't trust your scientific knowledge to say for sure, saying "I don't know" is totally fine. No one has to make up answers to fill in the gaps.
if i gave you a bag with ALLLLLL the parts of a watch and you shock it violently would you make the watch?
NO so how did the universe get here....hot gasses and dust what about that since it had to be created!?
If the parts of the watch had certain forces between them that behaved according to certain laws, those laws might cause them to arrange into a watch. You're comparing apples and oranges. You're asking how matter in space at a very different time ended up looking how it does now, and why it doesn't re-arrange itself after settling into its current form. Shaking a watch in a sack is hardly comparable to supernovae, super-heated gases, dust, plasma, sub-atomic particles, nuclear fission nor the Big Bang itself.
now look at the world logically OUR atmosphere is the only one to support life.
Now look at what you just said logically. How do you know ours is the only atmosphere to support life? You're assuming that any life in the universe would take the same form as it does on earth, have the same requirements, and that none of the trillion stars out there have a planet anything like ours.
if the earth was tilted back a little bit then we would freeze same if it was tilted forward we would burn. the moon is just the right size to have controll over the ocean to keep it moving and not stagnate.
People like to understand the margin of error involved in producing an earth that supports life as we know it. It is narrow, but it's hardly surgical precision. Earth has been frozen at times, and it can be quite hotter at other times. It's not a constant temperature, and climatic changes have caused extinction and environmental upheaval many times in the Earth's history.
Still, let's pretend that the placement and orientation of the earth is so very, very precise. Let's say it's a one in a trillion arrangement. Do you think it's possible there are trillions of planets out there? So isn't it completely plausible that one of them would end up being like the earth, randomly? We wouldn't find ourselves on a planet that is completely inhopsitable to life because, well... we wouldn't have ever came into being on such a planet.
The chances of winning the lottery are very slim, but it still happens.
Improbable doesn't mean impossible. It does make it infrequent, though. Few people win the jackpot in their lifetimes, let alone twice. If there were heaps of earth-like planets around, and no natural mechanism to explain why so many planets would develop like that, then it would seem like design. The solitude of the earth in the solar system provides no contradiction to the idea that our earth really is the result of happenstance.