Man could create God; if man could create his parents

http://forum.richarddawkins.net/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=106309&p=2705903#p2705903The day Man created god

Adco wrote:

I find the following hypothesis more plausible than most others I have come across.

When man acquired a consciousness and could therefore think things like where did we come from, and he came up with the concept that some god must have put us here, that is the time that god came into existence.

I propose therefore that Man created god

Paarsurrey wrote:

Hi friends

I don’t agree with adco; it is creating a myth, in my opinion.

If man could create his father and mother of whom he is so certain to be born; then he should think of creating god. One cannot create one’s father and mother and very naturally thinks them his parents; so the same way one should rationally and naturally believe in the Creator-God Allah YHWH. Has ever a man thought that he has been born without parents?

I don’t think so.

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

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3 Responses to “Man could create God; if man could create his parents”

  1. exuvia Says:

    Would you agree that anything that proceeds from the hand of man is a creation of man. His motor skills are distinctly human. So when he carves, paints and writes he is at best creating a likeness; on wood, cloth or paper. Never mind the inspiration; the creation we have before us is human. It did not descend from Heaven and bears none of the characteristics of Eternity. Books, paintings and wooden figures all burn. God does not burn and needs no protection against the wind and the rain.

    Thus whatever we handle with our human hands, eyes and ears are not Divine.

    The Gods in image and likeness and the myths we hand down by faithful memory are human in nature and essence. Who ever holds on to these holds on to humans. They all have strings attached to the dark soil of Khem.

    Science, not Truth, was lost when Alexandria went up in flames.

    Thus man very much creates his Image of God, in ink, wood, stone and oil. What else can he do? Existence is a spiritually lonely place and we would rather play with dolls, read books and paint pictures than feel the distance to God as humans.

  2. paarsurrey Says:

    Hi friend exuvia

    The claims and reasons both be from the Book of a religion; if you believe in a denomination/faith/religion. Which denomination/faith/religion you believe in.

    I visited your blog but did not comment on the post; I like your blog.

    I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in the Quran.

    Thanks

    I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

  3. exuvia Says:

    I do not follow any religious denomination but enjoy a common search for God.

    I like your peaceful salutation

    Exuvia

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