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  1. God sent himself to Earth through the vagina of a rape victim so he could
    sacrifice himself to himself and save us from himself, and he’s everywhere,
    but when he comes back from not being gone, he’s going to kill us all!
    Praise God! 

  2. people always say “If you Christians would just think you would see that
    the bible is nonsense!” but this isn’t true. because what’s nonsense to one
    person is completely reasonable to another. and just because you think
    something is stupid doesn’t make it fact. even if you take a religious
    viewpoint away. if you were to take over the universe and run it the way
    you see fit billions would hate you for it. they would think you were
    unreasonable wasteful and stupid. everyone has a different opinion on how
    things should be done so why do you believe an all powerful God would have
    to do things in a why that YOU think is most reasonable? do you believe
    your opinion is that of the most high God? there is no paradox God Can know
    how it feels to snort cocaine off a hooker ass. because he is the reason
    the thought process exists in the first place. my brother playing video
    games said that the computer couldn’t beat him. but the way I see it is the
    computer allows him to win. he presses a button the computer analyzes what
    he pressed and then gives animation to the character on the screen that my
    brother is in control of. so if the computer is responsible for generation
    and animation to the response command input by my brother then how would it
    not be able to counter anything he does? Seeing that the CPU processes that
    stuff much faster than we could blink? my point is the will of God is the
    CPU holding the universe together. so he can experience everything we feel
    because his will is the reason we exist. you can’t think anything that the
    CPU of creation (that is God) hasn’t allowed you to mentally process
    because your mental process is a part of him. Well that’s the way I see it.
    I could be wrong. but I don’t think I am. 

  3. What if I told you I can mathematically prove the universe was created in 6
    days??

    “In (near, with, and in proximity to) the beginning (at the start of time
    and the initiation of the process of existence, concerning first fruits and
    the head of the family), the Almighty (God) created (conceived and produced
    a new existence, choosing perfect transformation and renewed birth,
    planning, preparing, and producing) and was alongside and closely
    associated with the spiritual world (Heavens and abode of God) and the
    material realm (matter, the physical and natural world). (1:1) And the
    physical world existed as a formless (state of lifeless confusion, as
    something which would dissipate into nothingness without energy added),
    orderless, and empty void (an unoccupied space, desolate of life) obscured
    in darkness along with the presence of great commotion and inaccessible and
    mysterious energy. The Almighty’s Ruwach – Spirit (a manifestation of the
    divine power of God which can be accepted and is acceptable, that which can
    be touched and tangibly experienced, that which is delightful, and aids in
    perception and understanding, that which is enormous and brings renewal and
    restoration) hovered over, ministered to, and cleansed(caringly moved over
    and quickly served, washed and purified) according to the presence (and
    appearance) of the waters.” (1:2)

    “God said, ‘Let there be light and light existed.’ (1:3) The Almighty (God)
    saw (perceived and regarded, appeared and presented Himself as, became
    visible as, found delight in, and distinguished that)the light was good
    (pleasant, cheerful, and agreeable; of a higher nature; beautiful,
    valuable, beneficial, generous, and prosperous, thus reliable and true).
    And God (Almighty) separated light from(disassociating) darkness
    (obscurity, that which shrouds in blackness, veils by withholding
    knowledge, imperfects and clouds revelation with sinister suggestions,
    concealing and mystifying by way of ignorance and confusion).” (Bare’syth /
    In the Beginning / Genesis 1:4)

    God’s creative testimony was accurate when He revealed that cosmologically,
    time began the moment energy became matter. Before the conversion of energy
    to matter, time did not, and could not, exist. In fact, Yahweh’s suggestion
    that the “material realm was formless and orderless” initially, syncs with
    current scientific thought, whereby matter is considered to be nothing more
    than an organized form of energy.

    Also noteworthy, the Genesis account indicates that before Yahowah created
    the light energy which became the cosmos, there was a lifeless,
    purposeless, void. Scientists are in lock-step, confirming that before the
    Big Bang, there were no physical laws, no matter, or life—only a powerful
    source of energy. Furthermore, we now know that the inception of the
    universe was incredibly chaotic. In the beginning, light was literally
    separated from darkness. Photons broke free as electrons were liberated.
    But even today light remains supreme; there are a billion photons in the
    universe for every particle of matter. God’s testimony, “Let there be light
    and there was light” is consistent with our observable reality.

    According to scientists, the universe began fifteen billion years ago (plus
    or minus two billion years) from our perspective on earth looking back, and
    it was spawned just six days ago from the perspective of the Creator at the
    time and place of creation according to His Genesis testimony. Both suggest
    that the first universal epoch, that of initial galactic formation, lasted
    seven to eight billion years from our vantage point, which is one
    twenty-four-hour day measured from the relative position of creation,
    looking forward. So how is that possible, you may be wondering?

    Light, the subject of the first day, is the eternal timekeeper. Its wave
    aspect allows man to measure time anywhere, even near the place where time
    began. But to appreciate this we must first understand what time is. And
    for that, the best place to turn is to Albert Einstein. He brought forth
    the Theory of General Relativity which establishes the relationship between
    light, mass, energy, space, and time. He was the first to discover that the
    rate at which time passes is not the same at all places. Differences in
    mass and velocity radically affect the rate at which time flows. This
    aspect of the General Theory of Relativity has been so thoroughly verified
    that it is considered to be an established physical law. The only aspects
    of relativity in dispute are those related to quantum mechanics—to the lack
    of cause and effect, even certainty, at the subatomic level, and whether
    gravity is a force or an effect (of the bending the fabric of space-time).
    But when it comes to the realization that time is a dimension, not a
    constant, and that its rate of flow is relative, there is no dispute.

    The pace of time at a location with greater mass, energy, or velocity is
    slower than at a place with diminished mass, energy, or velocity. We can
    confirm this shift by measuring the two parts per million a light wave is
    stretched emanating in the presence of the greater mass of the sun relative
    to a light wave generated on earth. The sun’s clock runs 2.12/1,000,000
    slower than earth’s, losing 67 seconds a year relative to a terrestrial
    timepiece. But the sun is only marginally more massive than the earth,
    especially compared to creation—to the concentration of energy and mass
    required to create 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 suns (100 billion
    galaxies each averaging 100 billion stars). And that’s just the known
    universe, representing a scant four percent of the total (96% of the energy
    and mass in the cosmos is considered “dark” because its nature is unknown
    to us).

    Fortunately, we don’t have to guess the rate time flowed in these
    conditions. The measurement is screaming out to us in one form, it is
    observable in a second medium, it is calculable in a third, and the rate is
    deducible in a fourth venue. The pace time flowed at creation cries out
    from the entire universe in photon radiation in the form of cosmic
    microwave background (CMB)—an elongated part of the electromagnetic
    spectrum. The CMB is a measure of the residual heat left over from the time
    photons were first freed to travel—about 300,000 years after the Big Bang.
    Discovered at the Bell Labs by Robert Wilson and Arno Penzias in 1965,
    cosmic microwave background radiation is the residue of the aftermath of
    creation, and thus provides us with a cosmic clock calibrated to a time
    close to the first day of Genesis. The CMB wavelength is stretched
    approximately one million million fold, suggesting that genesis time flowed
    slower by a factor of 1012. More on this in a moment…

    A second glimpse of the Creator’s clock can be gleaned by observing the red
    shift, or lengthening of wavelengths emitted from the oldest and most
    distant sources of light and comparing this expansion to the rate the
    universe has and is growing. To understand this, we turn to professor
    Peebles who was named the Albert Einstein Professor of Science at Princeton
    University. In his textbook, The Principles of Physical Cosmology
    (Princeton University Press), Philip Peebles, who has established himself
    as the world’s foremost authority on cosmology, explains that when the
    universe was small, it was doubling very rapidly. But as the cosmos grew,
    the time required to double in size got exponentially longer. He,
    concurring with most all cosmological texts, quotes 1012 as the average
    rate of expansion. This yields a general relationship between genesis time
    and time today, indicating that they are different by a factor of one
    million million.

    This concept is fairly simple: when space was stretched, so were the
    wavelengths within it. The red shift, or stretching due to the expansion of
    space, is commonly observed in astronomical data, and it now confirms that
    time originally flowed a trillion times slower than it does today.

    The calculable, and third, insight into creation’s clock, and how it
    differs from ours today, is found by dividing the temperature of quark
    confinement, when light energy could be successfully transformed into
    matter (10.9 x 1012 Kelvin) following the Big Bang, by today’s universal
    temperature of 2.73 degrees Kelvin (the measure of the CMB). This ratio
    enables us to compare the amount of energy concentrated near the point of
    creation with that which currently exists. This is relevant because, the
    more energy which is present, the slower time moves. The resulting
    calculation serves to confirm that our clock runs 0.399 x 1012
    (399,000,000,000) faster than the Creator’s clock at the genesis.

    To bring this all together, I am going to refer to, and on occasion
    paraphrase, a work called The Science of God by Gerald Schroeder, a man
    with doctoral degrees in nuclear physics and earth science from M.I.T. His
    book serves to present relativity, quantum mechanics, biology, and
    probability in simple, easy to understand terms. He not only deduced a
    similar exponential, he was the first to compare creation’s clock to the
    Genesis account. His reasoning can be summarized as follows: the wavelength
    of what we now observe as cosmic microwave background radiation was
    stretched during the inflationary period, at the outset of time, in the
    first seconds of the first day. At creation, energy transitioned into
    matter consistent with Einstein’s E = mc2, with c being the speed of light
    multiplied by itself, requiring an enormous amount of energy to form a
    relatively tiny accumulation of matter. This initial transition from energy
    to substance occurred when the universe was a million-million times smaller
    and hotter than it is today. We know that this is the point when time began
    because time only takes hold when matter forms. From the relative
    perspective of photon/wave energy, time literally stands still.

    The MIT-trained nuclear physicist went on to say that according to the
    measurements taken in the most advanced physics laboratories, the
    temperature, and thus frequency, of radiation at the instant of creation
    was 1012 times hotter than the 2.73o K we now observe in the black of
    space. Since the Big Bang temperatures were a trillion times hotter, or
    more energy-intense than today’s observed CMB, it means that the
    electromagnetic wavelength must have been a trillion times shorter than it
    is now at its present trillion-times-lower temperature.

    The higher the temperature, the higher the frequency of the wave, and the
    higher the frequency, the shorter the wavelength must be. Girded with this
    knowledge, we can use recent nuclear laboratory calculations to deduce that
    the CBM is stretched by a factor of approximately 1012, or
    1,000,000,000,000 to one—slowing the cosmic clock at creation relative to
    earth by that amount.

    Therefore on average, these four measurements serve to confirm that one day
    in the Creator’s life at creation would seem like 0.9 x 1012 days to us.
    And none of this should be surprising since Yahweh consistently equates His
    nature to light, and since we now know that at the velocity of light, time
    stands still. Eternity only exists in the presence of the Light.

    Before we examine the calculations calibrating genesis time to our own to
    ascertain how God and man can both be accurate and yet differ, let’s take a
    moment to explore some of the cosmological assumptions which have led us to
    our current state of awareness. To begin, cosmologists contend that a
    concentration of energy at the initiation of the universe produced
    electromagnetic waves, or photons, that were forged as the explosion cooled
    sufficiently to permit matter to form. Persisting to this day, the photons
    have traveled out in all directions. The thermal soup of quarks, electrons,
    and photons decreased in temperature rapidly, falling from 1013 degrees
    Kelvin to one billion degrees after the first few minutes (a temperature
    still 67 times hotter than the sun’s core). Three hundred thousand years
    later, as universal energy and density dispersed and dissipated, atoms
    began to coalesce into gas clouds which later evolved into stars. Moving
    forward to today we find that the black body temperature of space has
    fallen to 2.73 Kelvin—hovering ever so slightly above absolute zero. This
    temperature is the remnant of the primordial fireball which is discernable
    through the stretching of the electromagnetic wavelength.

    Visible light lies in the center of the nearly infinite range of
    electromagnetic waves, also known as traveling packets of energy. This
    physical phenomenon occurs when an electric field couples with a
    perpendicular magnetic field. Lengths and frequencies of photon energy
    vary, but not speeds, at least in a vacuum. All forms of radiant energy,
    gamma rays, x-rays, ultraviolet, visible light, infrared, microwave and
    radio waves, are manifestations of the same thing and they all travel at
    the same speed—a pace so extreme that from their perspective, time slows to
    the point that it no longer moves.

    The wavelength of the electromagnetic radiation determines whether it falls
    within our range of vision. We see wavelengths of approximately 0.00007
    centimeters as red and 0.00004 cm as violet at the other extreme of the
    visible spectrum. By contrast, a microwave produces waves that are 10.0 cm
    long, while gamma rays from radioactive materials can be as short as
    0.000000001 cm. The shorter the wavelength, the higher the wave frequency
    and energy. A gamma-ray photon, for example, packs billions of times more
    energy than an infra-red photon. This is important because the energy we
    measure as CMB was emitted as gamma rays (10-11 cm), but are now elongated
    microwaves (10 cm), indicating that they have stretched a million million
    fold—confirming our 1012 exponential once again.

    As an interesting aside, while we can only feel infrared light and see
    visible light I believe that our senses will be more receptive in our
    eternal state. We may be able to see and feel things that currently lay
    well beyond our current limitations. What I’m hinting at here is that I
    think the universe may be comprised of seven dimensions, not just the four
    we vaguely perceive today, and that dark matter and energy are essential
    components of these things.

    Once we recognize that the CMB is little more than a uniform sea of photons
    left over from the hot early phase of the universe immediately after quark
    confinement, we are confronted with a singular plausible explanation for
    having this uniform CMB radiation exist throughout the universe with such a
    precise spectrum. It had to be generated at a time when the cosmos was much
    hotter and denser than it is now. Hence the CMB spectrum is essentially
    incontrovertible evidence that the universe experienced a hot Big Bang
    stage (that’s not to say that we understand the initial instant, just that
    we know the universe used to be vastly more energy intense and massively
    dense—expanding, becoming less dense, and cooling ever since).

    It is therefore certain, that the early universe was very hot. The
    temperature was approximately 4 × 1072 ergs. An erg is a unit of energy
    equivalent to 10-7 joules, the energy required to exert a force of one
    newton a distance of one meter. This means that creation was 1012 times
    hotter than the universe is today on average.

    There was so much energy around at the time, scientists speculate that
    pairs of particles and anti-particles were continually being created and
    annihilated. This annihilation was translated into packets of light, known
    as photons. But as the universe expanded and the temperature fell,
    particles and anti-particles (quarks and the like) annihilated each other
    for the last time, and the energies became low enough that they couldn’t be
    recreated again. For reasons still not understood today, the early cosmos
    had about one part in a billion more particles than anti-particles. So when
    all the anti-particles had annihilated their counterparts, that left about
    a billion photons for every particle of matter. And that’s the way the
    universe exists today, with light remaining dominant.

    Now that we have some familiarity with the elements which comprise the
    coefficient of variance between our clock and the Creator’s, let’s examine
    how long this timepiece has been running. Here, Hubble’s law has great
    significance because it quantifies the expansion of the universe and thus
    can be used to calculate its age. The time elapsed since the Big Bang is a
    function of the present value of Hubble’s constant and its rate of change.
    Astronomers have determined the approximate rate of expansion, but no one
    has yet been able to measure the second value precisely. Still, one can
    estimate rate of change within the context of the universe’s average
    density. Since gravity exerts a force which opposes expansion, galaxies
    should be moving apart more slowly now than they did in the past. The rate
    of change in expansion is therefore related to the gravitational pull of
    the universe as a result of its average density. If the density is that of
    the visible material in and around galaxies, the age of the universe is
    between 12 and 18 billion years—a range which allows for the uncertainty in
    the rate of expansion.

    The Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe mentioned above, recently provided
    an estimate of 13.7 billion years. That is a bit suspicious for two
    reasons. First, the density of the universe isn’t remotely equivalent to
    “the visible material in and around galaxies.” Along these lines, this very
    same satellite confirmed that 96% of the energy/matter in the cosmos is
    unknown to us. This gravitationally repulsive dark energy has dramatic
    consequences for all aspects of fundamental physics, so it should have
    moved the age estimate to one outside of that anticipated by Hubble (12 to
    18 billion years). Further, the universe is filled with a uniform sea of
    quantum zero-point energy, or a condensate of new particles that have a
    mass which is 10-39 times smaller than that of an electron. They should not
    be ignored.

    The second reason for skepticism is that the cosmos cannot be younger than
    the material from which it is comprised. There is considerable evidence
    that many stars, even relatively close ones, are considerably older than
    13.7 billion years. Many are considered to be more than 15 billion years
    old.

    Apart from the Hubble red shift expansion model, and the Wilkinson CMB
    estimates, there are several other ways to evaluate the universe’s age. For
    example, the rate of cooling of white dwarf stars indicates the oldest
    stars in the disk of the Milky Way galaxy are about 9 billion years old.
    The stars in the halo of the Milky Way are somewhat older, about 15 billion
    years—a value derived from the rate of nuclear fuel consumption in their
    cores.

    Additionally, the ages of the oldest known chemical elements in the cosmos
    are also approximately 15 billion years old according to radioactive dating
    techniques. Workers in laboratories have derived these age estimates from
    atomic and nuclear physics. It is noteworthy that their results agree with
    the age astronomers have derived by measuring cosmic expansion.

    Now that we have evaluated some of the pieces to our puzzle—God’s big bang
    testimony, man’s Big Bang Theory, the age of the universe, the relative
    nature of time, and the role of photon energy in our genesis—it’s time to
    put it all together. The first conclusion should now be obvious. This
    discussion on the initiation of time, concentration of energy, inflationary
    stretching of space, and the transformation of light into matter, serves to
    corroborate Yahowah’s testimony. The Big Bang theory requires, and our
    observations confirm, that all of these things actually occurred during the
    cosmos’ birth. It is why Genesis 1:2 says the ruwach/Spirit of ‘elohiym/the
    Mighty One was paney/present rachaph/hovering over the tohu, bohu, and
    chosek—the lifeless, formless, void of darkness prior to the existence of
    visible ‘owr/light. And especially notable in this context is that one of
    rachaph’s most prevalent connotations is “agitation and rapid movement,”
    making everything God has said thus far consistent with the evidence. The
    second conclusion should now be intuitive. Based upon our analysis of the
    cosmic clock, Yahowah’s claim that the first universal epoch lasted one day
    is not be in conflict with the scientific assertion that it required 7 to 8
    billion years.

    In support of this conclusion, consider the fact that while the various
    scientific methods for estimating of the age of our universe provide
    differing conclusions, they all fall within the same general magnitude. So
    while we cannot be dogmatic or assert that the scientific claims are
    precise, based upon our ability to measure it, looking back in time from
    the vantage point of earth, the universe can be reasonably assumed to be 15
    billion years old plus or minus a billion years or so.

    The creative days of Genesis, however, look forward, not back. Yahowah’s
    testimony was composed as an eyewitness, from the perspective of the
    Creator at creation, not from that of us on earth. The simple truth is that
    no matter how arrogant and self-reliant mankind chooses to be, our planet
    didn’t exist when the universe was formed, so our perspective and clock
    could not have been used.

    With that in mind, let’s compare our clock to His. To do that we must
    multiply the 15,000,000,000 year estimated age of the cosmos by 365.25 days
    per year so that both clocks conform to the same unit of measure—that being
    “days.” 15,000,000,000 years x 365.25 days/year = 5,478,750,000,000 days
    (plus or minus 10%).

    To coordinate this 5.5 trillion day period with creation’s clock,
    respecting the relativistic nature of time, we must divide this number of
    earth days since creation by the coefficient time was slowed at creation.
    Earlier, we deduced this number by averaging the results derived from the
    four methods from which it can be calculated. We discovered that Big Bang
    time ran 0.9 x 1012 (900,000,000,000) times slower than earth time does
    today.

    So here is the math: 5,478,750,000,000 days (plus or minus 10%) divided by
    900,000,000,000 equals: 6 days. From the vantage point of a witness to
    creation, existing at the point of inception, the whole process from start
    to finish took a length of time that equates to six, twenty-four hour,
    earth days.

    “And thus the heavens and earth were finished…and on the seventh day God
    ended His work which He had made…” (Genesis 2:1-2)

    This is not a cosmic coincidence. Yahowah’s timeline, His accounting, God’s
    3,000-year-old written testimony, corresponds precisely with the evidence
    at our disposal. If that doesn’t get your attention and cause you to think
    that His Scriptures might be inspired, nothing will.

    But we have only scratched the surface. With every layer and detail He
    adds, God proves that He knew how the universe was created, when it was
    created, and how and when life came to exist—because He was responsible.
    This then compels a singular informed and rational verdict: “In the
    beginning God created the universe, the spiritual world and also the
    material realm.”

    The material realm (matter, the physical and natural world). (1:1) And the
    physical world existed as a formless (state of lifeless confusion, as
    something which would dissipate into nothingness without energy added),
    orderless, and empty void (an unoccupied space, desolate of life) obscured
    in darkness along with the presence of a Big Bang ( Tahowm ) and
    inaccessible and mysterious energy. The Almighty’s Ruwach

    There is a hint of science here. Tahowm is derived from huwm, meaning
    “great movement and noise.” Its most direct definition is “great explosion”
    or “big bang.” So, by using the term “Big Bang,” mankind’s most acclaimed
    competitive alternative to Genesis One, Yahowah is demonstrating that
    Yahowah was well aware that what He said would come to light 

  4. thomas aquinas, perhaps the most influential christian philosopher,
    explains the nature of god fairly well. his explanation is biblical, and
    explains all of the mentioned paradoxes.

    i believe an atheist arguing that there is no god without being aware of
    aquinas’s works and ideas, is analogous to a theist arguing for a god
    without being aware of darwin and his ideas. 

  5. You don’t need a supernatural form, all you need is a quantuum physics form!

    “How can a timeless being make a decision when every decision requires at
    least two temporal states?”
    This can only be explained with modern science. We know from string theory
    that there are more than just the 3 dimensions that we can see. There are
    10, and another for time. Other theories even say that time is a dimension
    of space. In any of these, a being who is able to precieve all of the
    dimensions could in theory control time as if it were a physical object,
    putting it on and taking it off, doing anything at any time or all times.

    “How can a spaceless being be distinguishable from other entities without
    distance to separate them?”
    Umm…. because he is spaceless.If you do not take up physical space, you
    do not need to be seperated. You can look at the answer to the first
    question to help you understandhow a being who lives in many dimensions
    could live outside of space (the same as living outside of time)

    “How can a spaceless being retain the countless gigabytes of information
    that it would require to know everything?”
    For an eternal being, this is beyond an easy thing to do. If you want a
    truly tough question, ask this: How would a being who only knows eternal
    things be able to create finite things? We really are the anomaly, not God.

  6. I personally think you should cover more religions like Islam, Pastafarian,
    Hinduism, and Judaism in their own videos. 

  7. If you take things out of context, of course it’s going to make no sense to
    you or anyone else. I challenge everyone to understand the context before
    they mock something, and to be openminded to the Bible. It’s actually a
    very complex book, especially if you use the King James version, with
    different wording than we use in modern times.

  8. I like that fictional gods make more sense than gods in our world, mostly
    because people actually make them entities that without power are possible
    to destroy (Look at Raislyn who was powerful enough to challenge just about
    any god that he chose, and almost achieved godhood himself). And the people
    who came up with these fictional gods also apply limitations to their
    power…idk I like the concept of DnD and Warcraft gods and goddesses more
    than say Christianity and Islam.

  9. I’m an atheist who goes to the UU church; and they played this video during
    one of our small group meetings. They enjoyed it, Darkmatter. Of course, we
    are mostly skeptics in that group. 

  10. . If God is all powerful all knowing artist of the universe then he exist
    beyond existence it self in a relm that humans will never be able to
    measure witness or comprehend. Let’s say humans are ants god would be
    Optimus prime on titan in a different dimension … honestly I don’t see
    the purpose to try and argue god well except to stop ignorant people from
    committing genocide becouse god told them too ….you know what …carry on
    

  11. Wow what a dead he must have dean. Dean of gods! That’s the most powerful
    dean i’ve ever dean.

  12. If god created everything then he must have a reason for his own
    intelligence. Us humans were intelligently designed just like god, god must
    want to know the reason for his intelligence don’t say he is Omniscient
    there must be a reason why he is Omniscient. Then that must mean there is a
    god’s god then god’s god would want to know the reason for their
    intelligence too therefor making the gods infinite and never ending due to
    the Omniscient loopholes.

  13. What If ?
    What if it tuned out that atheists were correct and that not one
    religious belief system was accurate ? Well if that were the case then
    these atheists would be in lock step with exactly what the Creator of the
    universe says in His Words. What if there was no religious deity that is
    real? Well again the atheists would be in total agreement with Yahowah (The
    Creator of all existence as we know it) What if atheists and all who
    advance the notion of religion in any way were both wrong ? Well according
    to Yahowah that is the case . Yahowah never once supports religion in His
    Words He does however condemn the clerics and anyone that uses His
    reputation to advance religious platforms . Perhaps both sides should step
    back and scrutinize Yahowah’s Words in extant form . What you will find is
    that most all religious material makes a mockery of His Words.As an example
    He never said Adam was the first man (only the first man with nesamah) ,
    never says that the flood was world wide (but regional) , talks about
    relativity which literally proves that our universe was created in 6 days
    from His perspective at the point of inception (that is about 15 billion
    years our time ) What if what they call “The Ten Commandments” were in
    fact not commandment’s at all ? What if the notion that Yahowah “Loves
    everybody” and is omnipresent were yet more religious traditions as
    worthless as garbage ? Sadly religious tradition and highly copy edited
    religious books have worked in conjunction to make a mockery of Yahowah’s
    Words . Little wonder to me that there are so many atheists I think
    religion created them .

  14. I liked the video, the ideas, however I dont agree with the very end.
    Supernatural, as you defined it, that it is what can be made up and
    destroyed by anybody, in fact isnt useless so its not unproductive. Your
    definiton fits for all fantasies, made-up stories, books. They are made up.
    But their symbolism helps us to a deeper understanding, makes us think,
    educate us.
    The Bibles only problem is that it is taken too seriously. If it wouldnt,
    it would be a great history book and it really shows a deeper understanding
    of human nature, our submissivity, agression, craving for power. Your
    channel is pretty much about this. Understanding and explaining the Book as
    if it was any other novel. You are talking about the characters, motives,
    the plot… The Bible is a good source of understanding how human nature
    craves some higher purpose and structure, why we let us being ruled by
    dictators and so on, and so on… And this is all supernatural! The story
    was made-up, it is about a God, but it came alive by those who believed it
    and now it serves as a mirror to us. So the whole idea is supernatural, but
    its not useless and not unaccaptable. In psychologycal treatment people are
    encourged to make up supernatural things, people are having fun around
    playing to be vampires, werewolfes, supernatural beings, we watch them in
    animes, movies and get inspired by them.
    So I just dont think its unacceptable and should be banned.
    I hope you understand my thoughts.

  15. look, I’m a nihilist, I take the not believing in god business a step
    further than you atheists. While us nihilists may come off as “depressing”
    (just because most people find the objective truth saddening), you atheists
    are jus plain douchebags, coming off as pretentious as you try to disprove
    (very unconvincingly at that, like these videos) the Christian’s god’s
    existence.

    Like Jesus Christ, instead of being so concerned with making Christians
    look stupid, just worry about your own problems (and this is coming from a
    nihilist).

    All these “examples” doesn’t account for the fact that the accepted belief
    is god is divine, so how can you expect to judge him and believe you, as a
    mortal, can even begin to comprehend his contradictions and game plan. As a
    divine being, he can be as “fuck you” as he wants, and you would have no
    right to judge him or even come to understand the machinations of his mind.
    Silly, silly atheists.

  16. This is funny. Some people can’t defend this one. If they can’t explain it,
    they just say “Mystery, Supernatural”. I tried that one on a catholic
    school. :)) and other relligious organization… God can be explained
    throught science. with proper and extensive research If we are willing. But
    some people rely on religious leaders and say “supernatural, mystery”.
    L.O.L

  17. if something was truly all powerful it could do anything and everything
    including make paradoxes work

  18. the guy in the hoodie with no face has the sound in my head… i mean the
    voice which plays when you try to read something or think… awesome!!!!!

  19. I just got an idea for a recurring scetch.
    … provided I can find people to participate… which in all likelyhood
    will never hapepn…

  20. Huh. Ghosts are considered supernatural and I believe in them more than I
    believe that there’s a god that cares about us. Religion is crazy and
    poorly written.

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