The case for a non-interventionist God

Re: The case for a non-interventionist God

Postby Dissily Mordentroge » Sat Jul 29, 2017 4:01 am

romansh wrote:
Bill wrote:
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alternatively there always has been something ... a universe, multiverse or whatever?
A non interventionist god ... should it exist does not give us any special insights either.
It is OK to say I don't know. Having said that ... what next?

What next? Maybe facing up to the nasty truth that human nature is our real enemy and if we don't start thinking about our species absurd obsession with weapons of mass destruction and with carelessly placing them in the hands of juvenile, tantrum throwing idiots , said species deserves it's self inflicted extinction. As least then none of us will be bothered again with cosmological/theological questions that at this point are not only unanswerable but a waste of time. And we have very little time left.
Maybe some theological genius lurking in the background can convince me an all loving God will pop out of the nothingness just in time to save us all by providing another comforting delusion. - - - - - - -? ? ?
The Human Race is Insane.
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