The Relevance of the Holy Bible Today

“Who are the Children of God?”

In my last post I said, “In the beginning, God was not Omniscient.” (all knowing)

I also said, “Like any new parent, God had no idea how to raise children.”

Let me explain my reasoning.

As humans we tend to want to humanize everything. We want to imagine the world and everything in it from a human perspective.

So, let me explain this in as much of a human perspective as I humanly can.

We are but one form of life in this universe. The first form of Man is in a form more like God.

Even though the first form of Man was created in the image and likenesses of God, they are not God’s children.

Humans are the second form of Man. We were formed from the dust of the ground.

We are not the children of God.

We are the children of the first form of Man. We were made by God, big difference.

The Heaven and the Earth are two forms of life. If anything can be called children of God, these two life forms can.

I know what you must be thinking, “What’s wrong with this man?

What does he mean heaven and earth are life forms?

What does he mean they can be called children of God?”

There are two Hebrew definitions for the word created. The first definition describes how the second form of Man was created.

(Absolutely) to create; bring something in to existence; cause (something) to happen because of one’s action.

The second Hebrew definition of created is; in the demonstrative sense of entity; properly self; miracle.

The easiest, humanizing way to explain the second Hebrew definition of created is, you know how we humans have a thought? You know like, something just pops into our minds, well, it’s like that but on a “Godly” scale!

In my mind, to humanize the situation, it means God gave birth to the heaven and the earth by “THINKING them into existence.

I could be way off.

Don’t take my word for it, look it up for yourself. Let me and everybody else know what you discern.

There are other children of God. The “Light” is a child of God, in the same way: The demonstrative sense of entity; properly self, miracle.

As far as a “Personage” is concerned, Cain is God’s first child. Yes, the Cain from, “Cain and Abel!”

But, Abel is not God’s son. Abel is the son of Eve. Yes, the Eve from, “Adam and Eve!”

I’m not making this shit up!

This is straight from the bible.

I’m not surprised that you have never heard of such a thing.

Yet, to make my point that, “In the beginning, God was not Omniscient or all knowing and like any new parent, God had no idea how to raise children:

To put it in human terms, “God’s first born killed his step brother!”

Those so called, “Preachers and Teachers of God’s word, who claim to be called by God didn’t bother to question what they read or what they were being told.

They just went along with the program, being mislead and misleading anyone else who was willing to listen to them.

They could have looked up the meanings to any word in the bible by using a Strong’s Concordance which has been around since 1890.

The Strong’s Concordance is a Bible concordance, an index of every word in the King James Version, constructed under the direction of James Strong.

Now, I refuse to believe anyone intentionally fed God’s people misinformation.

I take that back, I know for a fact of someone who intentionally and is continuously feeding God’s people misinformation. I want mention his name at this point because;

“You can’t handle the truth!” Not yet.

I think we as humans are just reluctant to question anyone who claims to be called by God…

What does any of this have to do with the relevance of the bible today?

It answers the question, “Why do we (humans) do what we do?

The Relevance of the Holy Bible Today

On April 19th, 2018 at 12:27 PM, the Editors of GQ (formerly Gentlemen’s Quarterly) Magazine posted an article in “Books” titled, “21 Books You Don’t Have to Read.”

The 12th book on GQ’s list of 21 Books You Don’t Have to Read is The Bible.

They wrote, “The Holy Bible is rated very highly by all the people who supposedly live by it but who in actuality have not read it. Those who have read it know there are some good parts, but overall it is certainly not the finest thing that man has ever produced. It is repetitive, self-contradictory, sententious, foolish, and even at times ill-intentioned.”

I admit, when I read what the editors of GQ had to say about the Bible it made me angry.  I thought about it for a minute then decided that everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

I honestly cannot disagree with most of what the editors of GQ had to say.  The Holy Bible is rated very highly by all the people who live by it.  That word “Supposedly” was unnecessary, but I get it, editors of a “Fashion Magazine” would find it difficult to believe that some people think about other things besides themselves.

It is true (unfortunately) that a majority of those who live by the Holy Bible have never read it, except for a few popular scriptures.  They are content to believe in and follow charismatic individuals and their interpretations.

The Holy Bible is repetitive and self-contradictory, but sententious, foolish and even at times ill-intentioned?  I think that last part falls under the “Opinions of the Editors of GQ.”

According to The Editors of GQ, “Those who have read it know there are some good parts, but overall it is certainly not the finest thing that man has ever produced.”

The problem with that statement is, in my opinion (and the opinions of millions, if not billions of people on Earth) the Holy Bible is a product not of man, but of someone or something far greater than man.

The Editors of GQ go on to say, “If the thing you heard was good about the Bible was the nasty bits, then I propose Agota Kristof’s The Notebook.”

Now I’m pissed!

The Editors of Gentlemen’s Quarterly have gone and showed their ignorance.

To compare the Holy Bible which is a collection of sacred texts or scriptures that Jews and Christians consider to be a product of divine inspiration and a record of the relationship between God and humans to Agota Kristof’s Notebook a work of fiction is unfortunate.

The Editors of GQ like many other human beings on this planet Earth have decided that the Holy Bible is nothing more then a history book about a bunch of dead people of old with no relevance to today.

Christianity, the religion that consults the Holy Bible and is the number one religion in the world today with about 2.1 billion members thinks the Holy Bible is more, much more than a history book.

In demographics, the world population is the total number of humans currently living and was estimated to have reached 7.6 billion people as of May 2018.

That means a little less than one third of all humans on Earth follow the teachings of the Holy Bible.

Any and everything I have to say about the Holy Bible is intended for those 2.1 billion human beings who “Supposedly” live by its teachings.

Everyone who claims to be called by God to deliver His message is not and was not called by God.  I do believe they believe that they were called, but it just wasn’t God who called them.

If there is only one God there would be only one message.  If there was only one message there would be only one Religion.  If there was only one Religion, there would be “World Peace.”

Do you feel me?

There must be more than one god.  The one who calls Himself the “One True God” is the author of the Holy Bible.  He has sons.  They are gods.  If God’s sons are anything like our human sons, and they are, it’s understandable that there are many different Religions.

Satan is a son of God.  I’m just saying.  He could have called some of those who claim to be called by God.

What I’m about to tell you about the “Relevance of the Holy Bible Today” is the result of over 35 years of searching for the “Truth.”

If it wasn’t for that article talking shit about the Holy Bible, I probably wouldn’t be writing this blog.  I would be happy keeping what I’ve learned to myself.  Maybe sharing my knowledge with a few “like” souls in our passing alone this road of life, I don’t know.

What I do know is that I now feel compelled to write what I know.  So here we go…

God is pure “Consciousness.”

Consciousness is defined as the state of being awake and aware of one’s surroundings.

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.  The word created has two definitions.

The first definition is, (absolutely) to create, which according to the Webster Dictionary means, cause (something) to happen as a result of one’s actions.

The second definition is, to {come} that {is} (impliedly) to assent: – consent.  (in the sense of appearing); a signal (literally or {figuratively}) as a {flag} omen, token.

God created or brought into existence Man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.

If God created man in his own image and He created man; male and female he created them, then:

God is both male and female.

If God is pure consciousness, and he is, that means he is and was awake and aware of his surroundings.  So, when God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness, Man was made pure consciousness.

So, who is this “US?”  Well, that depends on which half of God was talking when it was said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.”  It was either pure feminine consciousness or pure masculine consciousness which is God.

God is both male and female; both father and mother to the heavens and to the Earth…  And Man?

I am not even going to try to explain that one.  I think you get the picture.

In the beginning, God was not Omniscient or all knowing.

I am aware of the fact that you were told by those who claim to be called by God that God is all knowing.  Maybe He is, now, but what I’m saying is He wasn’t in the beginning.

Like any new parent, God had no idea how to raise children.