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Old 04-18-2001, 09:16 PM   #1
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Post Why must we insist that God created Adam

I thought for sure that when people go to Universities they can read.


In Gen.1 all was "created" by God but nothing was "formed" as of yet. In Gen 2 that which was created by God in Gen. 1 was "formed" by Lord God .

Man in the image of God was created and formed. Not Adam but Man was created and formed. Woman was taken from Man to be the 'womb of man' in the image of God. No, not the ovaries but the mind of Man in which God is created, because, without the formation of God creation cannot be conceived to exist. Hence we create God and our ability to create God is visible in our procreation of Man . . . who is God even while under oblivion of the same.

Adam was created in Gen 3. and not until Man ate from the tree of knowledge. Hence "Adam where are you" (as if God did not know where Adam was) was the first re-cognition of the ego, hence dualism! Adam was never 'formed', has therefore no existence of "being" and can therefore be "raptured" or "crucified" as well as insulted and/or charmed into existence (aroused) wherefore our Adam as well as our sexual-ity is an illusion (no such thing as sex in heaven because extacy is the norm!

The plan of salvation was created in Gen 1 whith the first six days leading to the seventh in the beginning of Gen.2 which is the day on which evening did not folow the day and is where we come full circle with the Light that was created in Gen.1 on the first day (alpha and the omega). This means that we went from Light into oblivion and back to Light without oblivion (no night).

This way was 'paved' into the method in Gen. 2 10-14 where the river divides into two, and returns to be one in the end. The first two are pleasure and pain, the third is awakening and the fourth is realization. The Eu-phrates indicates 'bright-mind.'

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Old 04-18-2001, 10:50 PM   #2
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I really am trying to work with you on this one but can't quite get there without my secret decoder ring.

Do you think the Bible was written for the common man or a Secret Code busting Scholar?

 
Old 04-19-2001, 02:53 AM   #3
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I agree that Amos's account is absolute nonsense. The two-creation-story hypothesis is MUCH simpler.

And no, the first 5 books of the Bible were NOT written by Moses. Moses always appearing in the third person ought to be a clear giveaway. Also, the eulogy of him at the end of Deuteronomy says that ever since, there was no prophet as great as he, and one place in Numbers says that he was the humblest person who had ever lived.

Now bragging about being the best at anything, even humility, is not an act of great humility; this is an amusing variation of the Liar Paradox.
 
Old 04-19-2001, 06:09 AM   #4
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I agree that Amos's account is absolute nonsense. The two-creation-story hypothesis is MUCH simpler.

And no, the first 5 books of the Bible were NOT written by Moses. Moses always appearing in the third person ought to be a clear giveaway. Also, the eulogy of him at the end of Deuteronomy says that ever since, there was no prophet as great as he, and one place in Numbers says that he was the humblest person who had ever lived.

Now bragging about being the best at anything, even humility, is not an act of great humility; this is an amusing variation of the Liar Paradox.
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I never read that far. After having read Gen.1-2-3 I knew enough.
 
 

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