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God? Jesus? Please explain a little.?

God? Jesus? Please explain a little.? Topic: Teaching how to write alphabet letters
June 25, 2019 / By Aimery
Question: Hey guys, Ok i'm catholic and I have a couple questions... I kind of think outside the box a little. Here they are: 1.) If God made everything (so the bible says) then who made God? I mean he made the earth and space and everything thats on it. 2.) Is Jesus christ real? 3.) How was the world created? 4.) God did not marry Marry he just made her pregnant with Jesus. So... Marry is the mother and God is the father but, God just zapped it and made Mary pregnant?? OK, I probablly have TONS AND TONS of more questions that I just can't think of... so if you can just tell me all about god and jesus. I never really went to church regulary and that's why I have so many questions. All this stuff makes sense but, I guess I just don't understand it all because it's complicated. So... please try to tell me all about my questions and other info. Take as long as u need to write it. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!... yes you can post a link.. thanks
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Suzette Suzette | 1 day ago
1. No one, God is eternal. Revelation 1:8 states: "I am the Alpha and the Omega," says the Lord God, "the one who is and who was and who is to come, the almighty." Alpha is the fist letter of the Greek alphabet. Omega is the last letter. God is revealing the truth that He (or She) is eternal. He has been here from before the beginning (the alpha) and will be here after the end (the omega). God is also with us for every step along the way. 2. Yes, Jesus Christ was really born, grew up, lived, taught, healed, suffered, was crucified, died, was buried, and rose again. 3. Genesis speaks of God creating the Universe in figurative language. Science speaks of God creating the Universe with the Big Bang. 4. Yes, Mary became pregnant through a miracle. With love in Christ.
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Suzette Originally Answered: God? Jesus? Please explain a little.?
1. No one, God is eternal. Revelation 1:8 states: "I am the Alpha and the Omega," says the Lord God, "the one who is and who was and who is to come, the almighty." Alpha is the fist letter of the Greek alphabet. Omega is the last letter. God is revealing the truth that He (or She) is eternal. He has been here from before the beginning (the alpha) and will be here after the end (the omega). God is also with us for every step along the way. 2. Yes, Jesus Christ was really born, grew up, lived, taught, healed, suffered, was crucified, died, was buried, and rose again. 3. Genesis speaks of God creating the Universe in figurative language. Science speaks of God creating the Universe with the Big Bang. 4. Yes, Mary became pregnant through a miracle. With love in Christ.

Ravenna Ravenna
1. This is a question a non-believer would ask. It comes down to what you believe always existed. God or some dot that exploded that will eventually implode. 2. Yes. 3. The universe is not real it is just a "construct" similar to what humans call dreams. God created it as a playground for his imagination. This is verifiable. Try to find something "solid". Everything is created from atoms(adams) there is nothing solid about an atom. What we think of a "solid" really isn't. Spirit can pass through all that we think of as solid. That is why God can be everywhere, he is everywhere and nowhere at the same time. 4. Goes with answer 3, God had to get into his "construct" somehow. I could be wrong, I have no idea where that Sh*t came from.
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Merilyn Merilyn
First off, David, have you read about Martin Luther? Haha I have a hunch that you'd like him. Second of all, I'll answer your questions, using only my opinions, so agree or disagree with what you will. Try not to get bored and I'll try to answer your questions, haha! Now, I've grown up going to an Episcopal church, which isn't exactly catholic, but its basically the closest to Catholicism of the Protestant churches (when I say protestant, I mean they protested against the Catholic Church during the Reformation), so I know I have at least a bit more knowledge about catholic lore than a regular Methodist or athiest. Anywhoozle... 1) God just...was. I don't know exactly, but the bible doesnt really give a good explaination of how God came to be. My reasoning for this is that the reasons go beyond any human's reasoning (think that human reason is infalliable and that we can figure out anything we want? Can you give me ALL of the reasons building up to World War II, down to the intricacies (sp?) of all world leaders at the time and of the common man, supported with accurate documentation? Then try to summarize it to the point where people won't lose interest, as I am probably going to do with this) 2) Now, theres a controversial topic. I, personally, think that if there is a God, then yes, Jesus existed. Now, the only popularized records of Jesus may be the Bible, but I'm sure that if you dig miles deep that you'll strike gold on that in the form of a diary entry or something. I know theres lots of credit (if you interpret the Bible correctly) saying that his disciples existed, but I'll leave it up to you. 3) God willed it into being. Its kind of like when you have a lot of PVC pipe and joints; youre like "well I have this stuff, what can I do with it?" so you make a planet. Thats kind of the idea....but a bit simplified (just a bit) 4) God didn't bang Mary, so to speak. But, just as he made the earth, he sort of willed it into being. It also gives a sort of credibility to you when people go, "wait, so a virgin gave birth to a child? Without doing the hanky-panky? This guy has got to have some kind of power!" So Mary was more like the transfer device rather than the production plant, so to speak. Don't be ashamed of not going to church regularly, and thinking about stuff. People have been doing it for ages, they have fought wars over it, caused a great amount pain and suffering on BOTH sides, Catholic and Protestant. The thing to think about though, is that the people who wrote the Bible were human, and thus, there's bound to be some bias in there. The way I like to look at it is this way: Jesus was never angry at one person because he or she sinned-- the only time that he ever was furious, to my knowledge, was when he found a temple dedicated to his father had been turned into a marketplace. Thus, as a Christian, I try to accept, and, as sappy as it sounds, love everyone. The exception to this rule, I believe, are those who refuse to show respect, not only to God, but to those who mean no ill will against themselves (i.e. haters). I wish that more people would believe this, and not that "Jesus hates" anyone.
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Leonore Leonore
OK, let's look at this: 1) That's why we have the Big Bang, it explains how the Universe came about and does not require a deity. Man invented god much later to explain the things they could not understand at the time, which is where we get the "godidit!" explanation for everything. 2) Jesus is the Judaic version of Osiris/Dionysus mythology of the dying/resurrected god/man that has been around for at least 3500 years before Jesus came along. As far as being "real", there is no independent corroboration of the new testament, so the answer seems to be no. 3) Same as #1 4) In the Mediterranean world of Jesus time, you could not be considered a "god" without being born of a virgin. The Jesus story simply incorporated that tradition. Don't make it complicated. All religions are man-made. No matter how complicated they make it, that is the bottom line.
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Jordon Jordon
1.) If God made everything (so the bible says) then who made God? I mean he made the earth and space and everything thats on it. No one made God. He is the First Cause and un-caused. One of the difficulties humans have with this is because we think so linearly given that we are bound to linear time. Eternal things are not bound to linear time. Eternal things do not necessarily require something "before" (although they can, like the human soul). God exists everywhere and everywhen and there is no time that He did not exist. This is a function of omnipresence. 2.) Is Jesus christ real? Yes. Not only is the historical fact of Jesus confirmed by his followers, but it is also confirmed by contemporary neutrals to him, and more so his enemies. 3.) How was the world created? How does your mind cause thoughts and actions. It is by force of will. No magnify that times infinity and you have omnipotence. According to Genesis 1 and other passages, God simply spoke and His Will became reality. 4.) God did not marry Marry he just made her pregnant with Jesus. So... Marry is the mother and God is the father but, God just zapped it and made Mary pregnant?? Correct. ~~~~OK, I probablly have TONS AND TONS of more questions that I just can't think of... so if you can just tell me all about god and jesus.~~~~ I suggest reading your Bible, preferably with someone who want to read it through with you. ~~~~I never really went to church regulary and that's why I have so many questions. All this stuff makes sense but, I guess I just don't understand it all because it's complicated.~~~~ 2 Tim. 2:15. :) If you have any other specific questions, ask away.
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Jordon Originally Answered: Whom do you say Jesus Christ is?
There is only one God and His Name is Jesus. The doctrine of the trinity was created at the Council of Nicea in 325 AD upon the order of Emperor Constantine. Prior to that all Christians were baptized in Jesus Name. No where in the Bible is the term trinity ever used. Matthew 28:19 states, "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the NAME of the FATHER, and of the SON, and the HOLY GHOST." Here is further proof of mankind being made in HIS LIKENESS. The very thing that separates each of us from one another is our name, (we may all look differently from each other, but the identifying factor is the name), just as THE NAME separates us from all others. You can no more separate the Father from the Son, or Holy Ghost, that you can separate the body, soul, or spirit. Just as I am a mother, daughter and a wife so it is with the Godhead. Jesus Christ is the Father in creation, the Son in Redemption and the Holy Spirit in Regeneration, one God who manifests Himself in three different ways or titles of office. The Shema - "Hear, O Israel, the LORD our God is one LORD." This statement marks the declaration that God is One. Interestingly, the word echad in Hebrew can imply a unity in diversity (the word for one and only one, i.e., unique. Is 9:6 "For unto us a child is born unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace." John 1:1-5,14 "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him: and without Him was not any thing made that was made. In him was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light* shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not. (14:)And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us........ 1 Tim 3:16, "And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory." Ephesians 4:5 tells us, "One Lord, one faith, one baptism" therefore we must sincerely seek to find what is God's only plan of salvation. Colossians 3:17, "And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him." James 2:19 "Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble." John 20:27-28, 27 Then he (Jesus) said to Thomas, "Reach here your finger, and see my hands. Reach here your hand, and put it into my side. Don't be faithless, but believing." 28 Thomas answered him, "My Lord, and my God!" As man, in His humanity) he suffered, bled and died on the cross. As God He came forth the third day. gatita_63109 Apostolic Believer In One God, Jesus

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