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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 6 months ago

Who or what is God?

Believers are now saying God doesn't dictate morals, God IS morals, itself.. they say things like "God is not just a good god, but god IS good, itself"

Are there bible verses that confirm this?

They say things like "God is not a being, that's why you will never have evidence for it! You try to condense him to a character, but he's not! He's *spiritual*! He exists *outside* of nature!"

Is this also backed by bible verses? I would appreciate the further reading, thank you.

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  • 5 months ago

    God is our Creator and Heavenly Father. He created us in His image and likeness. He created us for Heaven that we may live with Him there forever.

    "For thus saith the Lord that created the heavens, God himself that formed the earth, and made it, the very maker thereof: he did not create it in vain: he formed it to be inhabited. I am the Lord, and there is no other."

    --- Isaiah 45:18

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  • There is no god as an absolute sentient creator intervenor being(with human qualities and features and even human pictorial depictions of it at times)in objective reality predating humans and human minds' development and evolution.God or gods are obviously psychic projections from the psyches of men.They could in actuality be tulpas or egregores or godforms created by the human mind/s(just like how human morals came from the evolving and adapting human mind/s even if claimed to be god's morals)to be believed in(in delusions)by the mind or by the group of minds(in group-minds)as god/s for relative placebo and nocebo effects through relative individual and group/shared perceptions,imaginations,illusions,hallucinations and delusions…

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  • 5 months ago

    Spiritual being

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  • 5 months ago

    Almighty God is the Creator of all things. "By his will they exist and were created" Revelation 4:11

    He has many titles, but one name, which in English is Jehovah, which means "He causes to become"

    When He revealed His identity to Moses, He called His name and said "that is my name forever," Exodus 3:15

    He is the Most High over all of the earth Psalm 83:18

    God is Love. "He that does not love has not come to know God, because God is love." 1 John 4:8

    His firstborn, only begotten Son is Jesus Christ, and by means of him we can approach his God and Father. John 14:6

    It is vital that all humans get to know their Creator, because "with (him) is the source of life" Psalm 36:9

    " If you search for Him, He will let himself be found by you, because He is not far off from each one of us. Acts 7:27

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    God is a Fictional Character in an ancient book of Fairy Tales and Myths.

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  • 5 months ago

    God is nothing but a superstitious false belief. Santa Claus has more real character than Jesus or any god. God is just a superstitious belief born of ignorance

  • 6 months ago

    You could first try to grasp what deity is, to start wading through the millions of claimed gods and goddesses in the world of humanity. You soon discover that the idea of deity has gripped human thinking from the earliest times and that human imagination has run riot in this area. Not animals, though. This seems to be unique to humanity, which is worth pondering, in itself. That's the long-way round the subject.

    The short way is to consider this universe, all that is in it and to acknowledge that no humans contributed even one iota to all of that. We find ourselves here, with life and intelligence and wonderment, appreciation of beauty and a deep desire to fathom the big questions of life. Then, when humans have the one who made everything communicate with them, some of us pay attention and take that into the equation. Others do not. But the God of the Bible declares something of Himself to humanity, explains His plans and invites us to draw close to Him. That is why the Bible starts with,

    "In the beginning, God..."

    Make that your starting point, avoid the quagmire of base idols and mere religiosity, and read what this one Creator God has communicated to us. He is not far away to those who desire sincerely to come to Him. He is personal, being the creator of personality, He is awesome in power, knowledge, holiness, perfection, righteousness, love, justice. These are aspects of His very Being but I cannot list everything here. Get stuck into the Bible to find out. Do that prayerfully, however. Mere reading does nothing. You need to have a heartfelt desire to seek this God of the Bible who reads hearts and minds, for He created them, and you.

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    • Oisgehalten5 months agoReport

      Nice answer, Annsan. Paul's sermon at Mars Hill (Acts 17:23-32) is a good introduction for people with little background in Scripture.

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  • Paul
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    God is the Supreme Being Who brought into existence all else that exists.

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  • 6 months ago

    The being that created u and everything else

    • aha5 months agoReport

      I did but obviously you're too dumb to comprehend what i said

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  • yesmar
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    "God" is other-orientated, self-sacrificial love. This God is comprised of three distinct entities who "dance" in perfect harmony and oneness. They are spirit beings, and we have no idea what that entails, other than they are not physical unless they decide to manifest that way, except for Jesus, who is now and forever a human being also.

    Source(s): Jesus follower
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    • Michael
      Lv 6
      5 months agoReport

      Jehovah
      The common English rendering of the Tetragrammaton (the four Hebrew letters for the personal name of God), which appears over 7,000 times in this translation.

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