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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago

Has god ever sin?? there were times that god destroyed cities and kill people because of his anger?

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  • popeye
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    1 decade ago
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    Hey prozworld

    Thank you for the good question.

    Please understand it is not wise to take any man's word for anything. Don't believe me, don't believe your friends, don't believe your parents, don't believe preachers, don't believe anyone when God is involved in the conversation. Therefore prove all things for yourself from the pages of your own Bible. Go to www.garnertedarmstrong.ws Down load, Could Jesus Have Sinned? The booklet will explain much better than I can. However study it with your own bible. You will find many more articles at that location which will answer any question about God which yoy may have.

    Let me know if it answered your question. cogbao@yahoo.com Have a good and happy day.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It's only sin if God *says* it's sin. So if he said he didn't sin, then he didn't sin. But then, nobody ever has the balls to ask him about it when they see him. Like, do you think Moses said, so, God, what's with all the killing? Noooo, the punk just sat on Mt. Sinai and meditated or whatever. I want to know just what he was doing there for 40 days and nights. Partying with angels and demons? Riding magic carpets piloted by principalities of the air? What? I doubt he was talking to God the whole time. I mean, if he were truly communing with God, then how did he come off the mountain and just throw a tantrum about the golden calf? Wouldn't he have been all calm and centered after 40 days of monk-like calm meditation?

    I have some questions for when I see God.

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  • 1 decade ago

    God cannot sin because he is the standard of what righteousness is. If God sinned in anger that means we are justified to do whatever we want in anger. Anger is not a sin its what you do with it that is. Whatever God does with his sin is completely justified because people break his laws.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    People kill peole, and nature does what it does.

    Natural disasters are a product of the incredible forces at work on our planet. Ever stop to think about how much energy it would take to spin a planet like the earth at the rate it spins? with so much cyclical forces, of course there are hurricanes tornados. Volcanos and earthquakes are scientifically explained too.

    No god, no religion. Just deception and control by those who want to believe so badly, that make up stories to help them do so.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Um. good question dude. I've wondered that before. What I would like to know is if all those people that he drowned went to hell....otherwise I have no doubts about god. really, if he did send those people to hell I still wouldn't doubt him because they were sinners. massive sinners. At least most us want forgiveness, because we all sin. Did you know if you are married and look at another woman with lust you commited adultery?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    God allows sin all the time - but what you talking about are not sins.

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  • 1 decade ago

    God can't sin, he's the boss and of the privileged class thus he faces no repercussions for his actions.

    Bush went AWOL from the military, Clinton committed adultrty and gross sexual imposition but those weren't crimes like they would be for us mortals.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Cities get destroyed by man's greed and foolishnesss (wars) or by natural forces (tsunami, storms, etc...), it has nothing to do with God.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The wrath of God is inevitable. He kicked me out of heaven so here I am on the internet. Blessed art thou.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Anger is a looooooong way from sin!

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