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God Has Parents!

God Has Parents!

I was having a conversation with an individual and somehow a twist in the conversation led to me stating why I’m not allowed to play with among others, Divinity Students.

Something I genuinely want to know is if God has parents. I wondered if God’s parents would be proud of the work to date.

The person I said it to responded with, “God doesn’t have parents”.

I told the person you don’t know that. Faith, sure. Belief, yes. Knowledge, no.

I’ve had conversations of similar nature with other people before and my, “How I Know” came out of one of those conversations.

I showed that piece to the person I was conversing with. Their response was, “If God has parents I’m sure they’re proud”. I agreed.

I’m making my way later that eve thinking about the question. I have stated before I’m never bored because I have me to talk to. The conversation with myself was in truth just thoughtful probing of the question.

The conclusion I reached is the title, “God Has Parents”. The rationale to my mind is simple. If God did not have parents, how would the knowledge be there to create male and female? You wouldn’t know is the answer.

We are also told we are created in God’s image. If God is singular as it widely believed and taught, to my mind there would only be one sex and procreation would not be what it is. Yeah no, I aint even going there. Just not something I care to explore, ever!

So now that it is established that God has parents that raises other questions. Siblings? Aunts and Uncles? Are the powers that be in actuality a Continuum as portrayed on Star Trek T.N.G. and Voyager?

If it is those omnipotent that are the powers that be, who is their God?

G.R. Hambley ©

May 25, 2015

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3 responses to “God Has Parents!

  1. Sister Madly May 26, 2015 at 3:33 am

    They may be proud, but there was probably quite a long discussion over that ‘global flood’ thing…

    What do you think about the concept of god as energy? Science, as we know it, says that energy is all around us, whether kinetic or potential (omnipresent) and can be neither created nor destroyed- yet it can transform from one form to another (in a sense, omnipotent) Using this theory, we can begin to contemplate our existence: where we came from (the source- potential energy, which always existed) and how we got here (the process- energy transforming from one form to another; that is, ‘evolution.’) It can also go a long way towards explaining how certain individuals connect with the divine through nature.

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    • G. R. Hambley May 26, 2015 at 8:40 am

      Hey who among us hasn’t forgotten to turn off the water when running a bath or doing the dishes.

      God as energy wasn’t a concept I had not really considered and thank you. I think that is so because of my own physical being.

      God as energy makes sense. A colleague and I were talking and she told me about O.B.I., Ontario Brain Institute. I went to their site and the splash screen said the brain is the final frontier. My first thought was that the mind is the final frontier and the brain is a support mechanism for the mind.
      http://www.braininstitute.ca/homepage

      Think of what energy we require to feed our brain which is essentially all electrical pathways. Energy transformation makes sense in the there is indeed something after this life discussion.

      Nature is another person’s Zen Garden me thinks. Where you find your “WA”. God knows I do not appreciate having my “WA” disturbed!

      Hmmmmm … I got more to ponder on … back soon

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      • itwasalienswotdoneit July 28, 2015 at 10:01 am

        “My first thought was that the mind is the final frontier and the brain is a support mechanism for the mind”

        Yup, I’d agree with that. The mind needs the brain, but not the other way around. No brain = no mind, but no mind does not necessarily equate to no brain.

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