John Ings wrote: > On Tue, 22 Jun 2004 03:47:21 -0500, Misty > <""yardholler\"@Nospam,charter.net> wrote: > > >>>>God is the "CREATOR GOD"! >>>> >>>>Gods that man makes up are CREATED gods. >>> >>>That created-god category would include the "CREATOR GOD" >>>you made up would it not? >> >>No! Genesis 1: >> 1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. > > > But that's not what was written. > > >>That was written long before I was to come onto or into the Scene. > > > Yes, but what was written was written by men, and it actually says: > "Bereshith bara Elohiym..."
Yeah Right so God had it translated for the whole world to read.
> > Elohiym does not translate as "God". "El" is the generic term for > deity in the region, and elohiym is the plural form. A more accurate > translation would be "In the beginning the Almighty Beings created the > heavens and the earth." > > >>And Romans 1: > > > Paul is a man also, not a god. > Got anything written by your "CREATOR GOD"? > > >>>## If God has spoken, why is not the universe convinced? >> >>John 1: >> 1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and >>the Word was God. > > > "John" was a man too, though we don't know his real name. > As for the Word, what's that? > > >>In His Word, > > > His word according to who? > > Men, that's who. Men aren't convinced because only some of them think > they've heard God, and of those who do, few agree on what he said. > I think if the real Creator spoke, we would all hear and there would > be no doubt on anybody's part. > > > ## The Bible has suffered more at the hands > ## of its friends than its enemies. > >
2004-06-23 08:26:42 EST
On Wed, 23 Jun 2004 02:05:59 -0500, Misty <""yardholler\"@Nospam,charter.net> wrote:
>> Yes, but what was written was written by men, and it actually says: >> "Bereshith bara Elohiym..." > >Yeah Right so God had it translated for the whole world to read.
No, men did.
## Presume not God to scan. The proper study of mankind is Man