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Jesus = good. Yahweh/Allah = evil. Trinity = evil?

Discussion in 'Culture & Religion' started by Gnostic Christian Bishop, Nov 13, 2017.

  1. Gnostic Christian Bishop

    Gnostic Christian Bishop Well-Known Member

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    Jesus = good. Yahweh/Allah = evil. Trinity = evil?


    In Chrestianity, which I think was the original Gnostic Christianity before Christianity took it over and changed the name to Christianity, Jesus was considered a good man archetype. Jesus’ God was also thought of as a good God.


    Christianity and Islam created a demonstrably evil Yahweh/Allah with an immoral Original Sin concept, as well as other immoral doctrines, --- that the Jewish myth never had. Jews read an Original Virtue into Eden. Not a fall.


    Christianity created and adopted the Trinity concept many years after Jesus died. Christianity kowtowed to Constantine and tied a reasonably good Jesus to a demonstrably evil Yahweh/Allah.


    Was it a good idea to tie a good Jesus to an evil Yahweh/Allah?


    Regards

    DL
     
  2. Jason76

    Jason76 Well-Known Member

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    No doubt, the traditional Christian view of God is inspired by pagans. It totally paints God to be something he is not - as in some verses he's shown as just - but then contradicted in other verses (eternal "anguishing" hell doctrine, double predestination etc.).
     
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    Gnostic Christian Bishop Well-Known Member

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    I hear you but am not sure what you mean with your double predestination.

    I see single predestinations even in the more Gnostic Christian verses that I quote but see no double situations. Explain please.

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    DL
     
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