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"There are a thousand hacking at the branches
of evil to one who is striking at the root." -
Henry David Thoreau
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What is a god
Basic questions for theology
The Problem of Evil
Meaning of word sin
Something Meaningful article
What about death?
Criteria for good news
Credibility of the resurrection
The Issue of Physicality
Traditional advent
"take up your cross"
Christianity and Gnosticism
Gospel of Thomas not Gnostic
Why is God not more involved?
Determinism & foreknowledge
Question of Blame
Major theological differences
Other theological issues
Consistent theology
Meaning of Imminent
The problem of belief
Thoughts on faith and belief
Thoughts on unity
Humanism versus Jesus
Personal relationship with God
Awareness level of "God"
Waiting for Godot
Nothing much for 2000 years?
The Devil and Satan
Empowerment vs natural law
Comments on Nicene Creed
Theology ABCs

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Human Condition
Christendom Analyzed
Christendom Challenged
Christendom Condemned
Bible/Canon Issues
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Creation Issues
Cosmology Material
Culture/Ancient Culture Issues
Paradigm Material
Jesus' Teachings
Misc Ancient Myth Material
Saturn-Jupiter Material
Venus-Mars Material
Modern Mythology Material
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"The greatest achievements of the human mind are generally
received with distrust." − Arthur Schopenhauer


1.  What are the intellectually responsible criteria for defining a god?

2.  Why do we care?

3.  Is there a god that exists whether we want one or not?

4.  Does the word “Creator” mean something different from the word “god?”

5.  If we do not define the concept in an intellectually responsible way, why is a god relevant?

6.  What do we need a god for?

7.  What good does having a god do?

8.  What would or should a god worthy of the term offer to us?

9.  What would a specific person have to offer in order to be considered as god?

10.  How would a god be different from us?

11.  Would a god be transcendent or superior?

12.  Would a god be dangerous to be around?

13.  Would a god be an “ideal” person?  An ideal human? Ideal for whom?

14.  If you met god in person, how would you know?  How could you tell?

15.  Would a god be perfect?  By whose or what standard or criteria?

16.  What would it take for you to believe in a god?

17.  If one's fundamental concepts of god are wrong, how does one get them right?

18.  From where did your concepts of god come?

19.  What should or should not a god do to change our concepts to be accurate?

20.  Who should answer these question except you?

It is very productive to occasionally re-ask the fundamental questions.

The premise of this site is that the definition of "sin" is that it is a wrong and destructive concept or understanding of "God", of his character, purpose, values and intentions; and that Jesus came to resolve this most fundamental problem--once and for all--for the entire universe.

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