Thoughts on a God

Someone wrote…

I believe in a god, but my god has two very important specifications. 1. God created us to love. No definitions were put to that love. 2. God is a girl, a boy, both, and neither. This all occurs at the same time. That last bit is what allows me to truly have faith in god, because god can relate to all. Only god has no body to restrict them :/

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on September 11th, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: your voice 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Thoughts on a God”

  1. Keanan

    My beliefs exactly.


  2. J.D.

    ditto this x1000


  3. Jess

    Belief in God is just one step removed from belief in pixies, Tasseography, and supply-side economics. Gendering non-existent non-corporeal beings is about as anthropomorphic as you can get.


  4. Vie

    The biblical God is not male, or female, even Jesus, who was born into a male body, is not a man in origin.
    I believe that when it comes down to it, people have no gender, it’s just the bodies we have that have forced certain constructs,
    and we are not out bodies.
    There is no biblical argument against this at all.
    So I can trust that no matter what people throw at me, my God stands by me :)


    J.D. replied:

    This. You and I are on the same page. I never thought I’d find someone else who thought of things that way. Bless you.


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