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Old 19-10-2022, 07:16 PM
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Bunny Big expansion (big bang) God?

As far as science is concerned the Big Bang or big expansion was a singularity- GOD - at least that’s how I view him…

Do you think he has made communication with us through the faiths and religions?

10 commandments- https://youtu.be/F-3AF92AYa4 ( spirit science channel ) converted the 10 commandments- which I believe that the being or spirit could have communicated with us …

What do you think?
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Old 19-11-2022, 06:27 PM
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The Big Bang theory is a grand scientific explanation of how the world came to be. My understanding of this elegant theory does not lead me to the God of the commandments. In my view, faith in religions has misguided people for a long time. Few shrewd, and perhaps also misguided, men have taken upon themselves the mantle of representing God of the commandments and claimed to speak for him.
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Old 03-12-2022, 10:15 AM
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I have to say I agree with Kris.

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Old 03-12-2022, 12:48 PM
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Yes. Good post, Kris. :)
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Old 05-03-2024, 11:49 AM
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men have taken upon themselves the mantle of representing God of the commandments and claimed to speak for him.
i have taken up the mantle of representing God in every aspect of life. I claim to speak as a god. but the people dont see or listen thinking themselves as the center of gravity :) I create my own destiny as an immortal spirit walker of the void. God is mind and intelect let there be light was a thought that spawned light into the dark matter of the void.
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Old 05-03-2024, 02:30 PM
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The Big Bang theory is a grand scientific explanation of how the world came to be. My understanding of this elegant theory does not lead me to the God of the commandments.
So if a big explosion (or another event) happened somewhere on Earth and out of that explosion life supporting planets with suns were formed and actual life developed , what would your theory be? Did someone plant a special bomb? Did someone mix special chemicals? What was the source? (consider it a bit like an anti crime being committed, and you need to identify the creator of it)

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Old 19-05-2024, 09:35 PM
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As far as science is concerned the Big Bang or big expansion was a singularity- GOD - at least that’s how I view him…

Do you think he has made communication with us through the faiths and religions?
All we can really do, at this moment is guess about the subject.

Ether the big bang created the universe, or the universe was already here and the big bang just created matter. or perhaps the big bang was a blackhole or a wormhole that matter came through or the big bang was something else.

I do not think god has a gender, My view of god is nothingness, yet eveything-the empty space between objects, and the objects themselves.
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Old 25-05-2024, 07:05 PM
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From a scientific and theoretical physics pov I think the singularity (marble, cosmic rubber ball, or whatever it was) came from another universe. Maybe it was the singularity of a black hole in that universe. Maybe black holes in our universe "pinch off" singularities or bubbles to create a new universe.

In Hinduism there's a belief that a lotus sprang from Lord Vishnu's navel. One of his epithets is Padmanābha, "lotus navel". Sitting in that lotus flower was none other than Lord Brahmā, who actually did the work of creation. I know ... our stories are nothing if not colorful and trippy. That's the mythological and puranic explanation. But I think it's interesting that it sounds like a metaphor or allegory for the Big Bang being kickstarted by God. The Nāsadīya Sūkta (Hymn of Creation) of the Rig Veda says "Who knows and who cares?" because we are here.
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