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I hear ya, but this is what I meant about it possibly being a psyop.

We are made in God’s image.

We are told so, but do we know so? I suppose. Anything we create is in some sense an extension of our mind, an imprint of our mind onto the physical. Any sort of simulation we'd build, would have our mind's signature all over it, which would unavoidably be propagated downstream ad infinitium (a simulation within a simulation...). If we look upstream, we can deduce/assume the same thing applies: that we/this is a representation of God's mind and that God's mind stretches upstream ad infinitum and could never be fully grasped by the creation, yet the creation itself is God's mind. What a glorious oxymoron.

Is that what the Bible means by it, or is it saying/implying that we look like God and experience existence in a similar manner God does, just that God exists in a different realm?

I don't have a problem with God, I just have a problem with how it's presented and with the assumption that what other people have written/told us is what God really is. I don't think anyone knows what God is. I think it is unfathomable, but it is nevertheless; existence itself being the ultimate and definitive "proof" anyone should need. All that is is God, no way around it. Any sort of vengeful god is merely something that exists within God, just like us.

EDIT: I know I've said "God is a psyop" in my previous comment, but I was just referring to the "God"/vengeful god that we're presented with.

56 days ago
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Reason: Original

I hear ya, but this is what I meant about it possibly being a psyop.

We are made in God’s image.

We are told so, but do we know so? I suppose. Anything we create is in some sense an extension of our mind, an imprint of our mind onto the physical. Any sort of simulation we'd build, would have our mind's signature all over it, which would unavoidably be propagated downstream ad infinitium (a simulation within a simulation...). If we look upstream, we can deduce/assume the same thing applies: that we/this is a representation of God's mind and that God's mind stretches upstream ad infinitum and could never be fully grasped by the creation, yet the creation itself is God's mind. What a glorious oxymoron.

Is that what the Bible means by it, or is it saying/implying that we look like God and experience existence in a similar manner God does, just that God exists in a different realm?

I don't have a problem with God, I just have a problem with how it's presented and with the assumption that what other people have written/told us is what God really is. I don't think anyone knows what God is. I think it is unfathomable, but it is nevertheless; existence itself being the ultimate and definitive "proof" anyone should need. All that is is God, no way around it. Any sort of vengeful god is merely something that exists within God, just like us.

56 days ago
1 score