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Why did God reveal himself only to Moses, Jesus and Muhammad, but blinded the godless Buddha?

holyheretic 2011/04/20 20:41:26
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Because the Buddha was a very wise man - it says unambiguously in the holy, inerrant Bible and Koran, that God and Allah blinded the wise and prudent and revealed themselves to babes
God might have wanted an excuse to send the godless Buddhists to burn in hell for eternity?  We know he can be evil - the Bible tells us He hardened the heart of the Pharaoh in order to kill all of Egypt’s firstborn males.
I agree with Spinoza, Jefferson, Darwin and Einstein:  God never revealed Himself to Moses, Jesus or Muhammad. The gods of the Abrahamic faiths are cruel Hoaxes.  The Holocaust is the poisonous fruit of such dangerous, evil delusions.
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The holy, inerrant Bible and Koran made crystal clear that the wise and prudent have been blinded by God and Allah. Christian and Muslim babes have been assigned with a heavenly task to explain the thinking and the plans of their gods.


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  • Dave Sa... bricklyn 2011/04/30 22:40:33
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
    +1
    Deflecting your responsibility onto me will not help you.
    I am not responsible for your decisions, only in giving you the opportunity.
    For the first 30 years, they were doing as they were told, spreading the word by mouth. Some wrote things down, and some of that made it into the written gospels later.

    The gospel was not intended to be certified by man but by the witness of the Holy Ghost. Without that the words are useless.

    We don't have the tables of stone that Moses was given by God, or the Ark of the Covenant that held them, either. They would have become useless objects of worship for some and be denigrated by skeptics.

    You will believe stories defaming Josephus, but not those which have helped millions, if not billions, of people?
  • bricklyn Dave Sa... 2011/04/30 23:03:48
    bricklyn
    +1
    I have not deflected any of my responsibilities onto anyone. I talk full control of my life and credit for my accomplishments and failures.

    As for the disappearance of the tablets and the ark of the covenant, isn't it convenient that they are missing? A convenient excuse for you to use now to explain that to me so you do not have to tell me the truth that they never existed at all. That the most likely point is the story is just another myth like all the other.

    Believers need the crutch to make sense of their lives. They are not willing to accept the life they were given and cannot accept their role in it. They use religion to placate themselves and give them hope. They church bribes them with the ideas of eternal life to keep them groveling to the god who will turn on them in an instant if they fail to please him.

    Just like all the missionaries around the world helping the children and abusing them in the schools by beating them and forcing them to abandon their culture and language. Like Mother Teresa with holding medication from the sick in her so called hospitals because she believed pain was a gift from Jesus. Doctors questioned her medical facilities for years befor her death. She used the money she got to build convents and not to help the children. When she was ...



    I have not deflected any of my responsibilities onto anyone. I talk full control of my life and credit for my accomplishments and failures.

    As for the disappearance of the tablets and the ark of the covenant, isn't it convenient that they are missing? A convenient excuse for you to use now to explain that to me so you do not have to tell me the truth that they never existed at all. That the most likely point is the story is just another myth like all the other.

    Believers need the crutch to make sense of their lives. They are not willing to accept the life they were given and cannot accept their role in it. They use religion to placate themselves and give them hope. They church bribes them with the ideas of eternal life to keep them groveling to the god who will turn on them in an instant if they fail to please him.

    Just like all the missionaries around the world helping the children and abusing them in the schools by beating them and forcing them to abandon their culture and language. Like Mother Teresa with holding medication from the sick in her so called hospitals because she believed pain was a gift from Jesus. Doctors questioned her medical facilities for years befor her death. She used the money she got to build convents and not to help the children. When she was sick, her hospitals were not good enough for her. She went to a much nicer and modern one to get much better care than any person she took care of.

    I could go on about the mass murders, inquisitions, holy wars and and endless stream of slaughter and abuse, but there is not enough room to even start.

    If that is your idea of helping millions, you can count me out.
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  • Dave Sa... bricklyn 2011/04/30 23:10:28
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
    +1
    I think Occam was given too much credit for being lazy.

    Any information that does not fall into your lap, must not exist?

    What could I possibly gain by convincing you that God exists (even if I could)? What profit is there in it?

    Again you are misdirecting attention to others rather than something that applies to the one you are communicating with.

    I suppose you are still blaming Bush for our current situation?
  • holyher... bricklyn 2011/04/21 15:29:29
  • bricklyn holyher... 2011/04/30 19:57:20
    bricklyn
    +1
    What kind of nonsense is that?
  • holyher... bricklyn 2011/04/30 22:50:25
  • bricklyn holyher... 2011/05/01 03:41:25
    bricklyn
    +1
    It was animated junk.
  • Ray1961 2011/04/21 03:48:10
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    Ray1961
    +2
    Here's some food for thought...

    The three major religions created centuries ago in the current Middle East are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The official texts of these religions (Torah, Bible, and Qur'an) were allegedly written by humans through the hand of God. The text reads like incredible nonsensical doctrines of the strange and macabre. Odd stories to say the least IMO. Are you ready for why they may have been written that way?

    OK... What is today's number one crop in the Middle East? Give up... come here... I'll tell you, the same crop that was there millennia ago where these alleged "holy books" were written, The Opium Poppy: Papaver Somniferum. The same hallucinogenic/pain killing poppy plants used in the making of heroin, morphine, thebaine, oxycodone, hydrocodone (aka Vicodin), codeine, hydromorphone, Percocet, Fentanyl, etc. Aside from the modern pain relievers, this Opium Poppy was widely used regularly everyday every single day in the Middle East's Mesopotamia circa 3200 BC and even before recorded time. It was like their modern day coffee and cigarettes!

    So... the Middle Eastern authors of the holy books for the three largest religions on planet Earth were written by opium poppy users. Heroin addicts more or less. Users of a plant that produces ...



    Here's some food for thought...

    The three major religions created centuries ago in the current Middle East are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The official texts of these religions (Torah, Bible, and Qur'an) were allegedly written by humans through the hand of God. The text reads like incredible nonsensical doctrines of the strange and macabre. Odd stories to say the least IMO. Are you ready for why they may have been written that way?

    OK... What is today's number one crop in the Middle East? Give up... come here... I'll tell you, the same crop that was there millennia ago where these alleged "holy books" were written, The Opium Poppy: Papaver Somniferum. The same hallucinogenic/pain killing poppy plants used in the making of heroin, morphine, thebaine, oxycodone, hydrocodone (aka Vicodin), codeine, hydromorphone, Percocet, Fentanyl, etc. Aside from the modern pain relievers, this Opium Poppy was widely used regularly everyday every single day in the Middle East's Mesopotamia circa 3200 BC and even before recorded time. It was like their modern day coffee and cigarettes!

    So... the Middle Eastern authors of the holy books for the three largest religions on planet Earth were written by opium poppy users. Heroin addicts more or less. Users of a plant that produces a hallucinogenic drug strong enough to kill you where you sit (or stand). Can we take these authors seriously? Is the text in these three books possibly tainted with the hallucinogenic thoughts of the authors who wrote them. I'd have a hard time believing anyone who used heroin regularly. Wouldn't you? Think about it.

    Oh yes, need we speak about how the Arabs distributed the opium poppy to the Chinese?

    It was human hands under the influence of the Opium Poppy: Papaver Somniferum doing the writing, revealing, and speaking IMO.
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  • Joe Cool Ray1961 2011/04/21 08:59:55
    Joe Cool
    +1
    hmmm... sounds like you are on some of that poppy (lol)... are you confusing Afghanistan (where the plant you speak of is found in great abundance) with the WHOLE of the Middle East? Are you forgetting that the area you refer to is and has been MOSTLY DESERT throughout the last 2-3000 years? Not possible to grow the opium poppy in the desert, although there IS a variety of wild poppy (non-drug) that grows there natively.
  • Ray1961 Joe Cool 2011/04/21 10:14:32
    Ray1961
    +2
    Be wise. "Cultivation of opium poppies for food, anaesthesia, and ritual purposes dates back to at least the Neolithic Age (new stone age). The Sumerian, Assyrian, Egyptian, Indian, Minoan, Greek, Roman, Persian and Arab Empires each made widespread use of opium, which was the most potent form of pain relief then available, allowing ancient surgeons to perform prolonged surgical procedures. Opium is mentioned in the most important medical texts of the ancient world, including the Ebers Papyrus and the writings of Dioscorides, Galen, and Avicenna. Widespread medical use of unprocessed opium continued through the American Civil War before giving way to morphine and its successors, which could be injected at a precisely controlled dosage."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
  • holyher... Ray1961 2011/04/21 15:46:11
  • Joe Cool Ray1961 2011/04/21 23:01:56
    Joe Cool
    +1
    very astute observation .. so then are you contending that the opiates were cultivated for doping or for medicine? ...cuz your first post sounds more like the former, but now you have taken the higher road position...
  • Dixie 1... Joe Cool 2011/04/22 14:30:12
    Dixie 10 Dog  aka nanadixie
    +1
    Actually, it is believed that the ancient Egyptians had access to the poppy. You forget that trade routes gave access to many spices and goods that were not native to certain areas. While the opium poppy may not have grown in Egypt's desert, there are other areas around Egypt where the poppy may have been cultivated. http://opioids.com/timeline/
  • Joe Cool Dixie 1... 2011/04/22 19:29:02
    Joe Cool
    +2
    true that but let's look at it this way: the drug trade as it exists today (particularly in the USA) is a wholly new concept in its sheer volume & size, compliments of our own govt. Way back then in ancient Arabia, there wasn't this kind of trafficking that we know now -- not even far from close.
  • Dixie 1... Joe Cool 2011/04/23 10:13:10
    Dixie 10 Dog  aka nanadixie
    +1
    http://opioids.com/timeline/
    http://opiates.net/
    http://opioids.com/opium/hist...
    Several commentators have stated that they think a drugged state could account for what some might have felt were revelations from a supreme being. Your view is lacking the fact that trade in spices and other products, including opium, has been around since Neanderthals and Cro-Magnon first met. Previously, you stated: “…you confusing Afghanistan (where the plant you speak of is found in great abundance) with the WHOLE of the Middle East? Are you forgetting that the area you refer to is and has been MOSTLY DESERT throughout the last 2-3000 years? Not possible to grow the opium poppy in the desert, although there IS a variety of wild poppy (non-drug) that grows there natively.” ------- I think that you did not do your research. Regarding the possibility that Middle Eastern people might have used the poppy/opium, you claimed, regarding the trade of this drug: “….Way back then in ancient Arabia, there wasn't this kind of trafficking that we know now -- not even far from close.” ----- What we know as fact shows this view is not accurate. More than 4,000 years ago, the Sumerian’s are the first known to write about the Hul Gil, the plant of joy, the poppy. The Egyptians also used the opium. “Through...
    http://opioids.com/timeline/
    http://opiates.net/
    http://opioids.com/opium/hist...
    Several commentators have stated that they think a drugged state could account for what some might have felt were revelations from a supreme being. Your view is lacking the fact that trade in spices and other products, including opium, has been around since Neanderthals and Cro-Magnon first met. Previously, you stated: “…you confusing Afghanistan (where the plant you speak of is found in great abundance) with the WHOLE of the Middle East? Are you forgetting that the area you refer to is and has been MOSTLY DESERT throughout the last 2-3000 years? Not possible to grow the opium poppy in the desert, although there IS a variety of wild poppy (non-drug) that grows there natively.” ------- I think that you did not do your research. Regarding the possibility that Middle Eastern people might have used the poppy/opium, you claimed, regarding the trade of this drug: “….Way back then in ancient Arabia, there wasn't this kind of trafficking that we know now -- not even far from close.” ----- What we know as fact shows this view is not accurate. More than 4,000 years ago, the Sumerian’s are the first known to write about the Hul Gil, the plant of joy, the poppy. The Egyptians also used the opium. “Throughout Egyptian civilization, priest-physicians promoted the household use of opium preparations. Such remedies were called "thebacium" after the highly potent poppies grown near the capital city of Thebes.” ("God's Own Medicine" Sir William Osler 1999) We know the drug first appeared in Greek pharmacopoeia (books about medicinal herbs and remedies) during the 5th Century B.C. and in Chinese medical texts during the 8th century A.D. (note that 500 years before the common era, the Greeks used it as medicine.) In fact, Homer referred to the drug in the Odysseys. ----- It seems to me that this plant has been around and used for many centuries. This certainly shows that it is “possible” that some who thought they were receiving messages from a supreme being could have been under the influence of an opium drug, as well as other similar drugs that produce hallucinations. I am not saying that this is or was the case, but it IS possible.
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  • Joe Cool Dixie 1... 2011/04/23 19:35:48
    Joe Cool
    +1
    You forgot to mention the illustrious Lotus ;-]
  • Dixie 1... Joe Cool 2011/04/24 13:13:36
    Dixie 10 Dog  aka nanadixie
    +1
    Very true, but I did so on purpose. I did not want to confuse the issue on a debate regrarding the other plants used for pshcho-medicinal value.
  • holyher... Ray1961 2011/04/21 15:35:59
  • Dixie 1... Ray1961 2011/04/22 14:19:16
    Dixie 10 Dog  aka nanadixie
    +1
    I have gone through the hallucinogenic sessions in search of truth. I owe what sanity I have today to the great experiences that showed me the other paths less followed. However, what you say is likely sanded with much truth. The problem comes when someone finds a link to some enlightening idea and then the hook it with human egocentrism. Foolish pride makes them think they are the grand blessed ones with the only answer to the million dollar question. ---- Wait a minute! Million dollar question? Ahhh, that is when they form organized units so they can fleece the sheep and make their fortunes with the cloak of piety.
  • Dr. Ingbert 2011/04/21 02:33:46
    I have another idea
    Dr. Ingbert
    +1
    How do you know God didn't reveal himself to Buddha?

    How do you God revealed himself only to Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed?

    Is God arbitrary, or did Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed get the message wrong? Those are three different messages.
  • holyher... Dr. Ing... 2011/04/21 02:37:52
  • bricklyn holyher... 2011/04/21 04:27:04
    bricklyn
    +1
    There is no evidence or proof of any creator.
  • Dr. Ing... holyher... 2011/04/23 07:00:43
    Dr. Ingbert
    +1
    Does God revealing himself necessarily mean as a specific deity or creator?
  • holyher... Dr. Ing... 2011/04/23 09:00:18
  • Dr. Ing... holyher... 2011/04/23 09:20:55
    Dr. Ingbert
    +1
    Oy....
  • Joe Cool Dr. Ing... 2011/04/21 09:01:19
    Joe Cool
    +2
    quite the opposite... those 3 messages are very much the same (until other men came along & perverted them)
  • Dr. Ing... Joe Cool 2011/04/23 06:59:37
    Dr. Ingbert
    +1
    No. All you gotta do is read them for yourself.
  • Joe Cool Dr. Ing... 2011/04/23 19:36:39
    Joe Cool
    I have ;-]
  • Tithead 2011/04/21 02:29:35
    I have another idea
    Tithead
    +1
    they probly used the whole "god said it not me" line spread thier own moral thoughts and beliefs, and buddah was smart enough to not need god.
  • Jay D Gardner 2011/04/21 02:28:56
    I agree with Spinoza, Jefferson, Darwin and Einstein: God never revealed Him...
    Jay D Gardner
    +1
    God didn't have enough frequent flyer miles to get to China, India, or the Americas. Kind of explains the whole thing. It's so easy to get around the Middle East.
    Jay
  • holyher... Jay D G... 2011/04/21 02:35:27
  • Joe Cool holyher... 2011/04/21 09:03:13
    Joe Cool
    +1
    what a crock of $#!+...

    everyone KNOWS there were no airplanes back then!! LOL
    maybe he meant frequent-sailor miles...? ;-)
  • MBSVirg... Joe Cool 2011/04/21 22:50:46
    MBSVirginia BN-2
    Or frequent camel rider miles!
  • RogerCoppock 2011/04/21 02:07:39 (edited)
    I have another idea
    RogerCoppock
    +3
    "The Buddhists never torture, tyrannize, terrorize, and slaughter for their God. They aren't plagued with such a calamitous concept."

    Do not take this to mean that we Buddhists have never tortured, tyrannized, terrorized, or slaughtered. The words above say only that we didn't do these things for a supernatural being. While it is rare in our 2,500 year history, Buddhists have done these evil things.


    We Buddhists have an expression about warfare, the Shao Lin Bushido:

    Build rather than destroy
    avoid rather than check
    check rather than maim
    maim rather than kill
    for all life is precious and none can be replaced.

    My duty is to preserve life.
    Violence is the enemy of life.
    Each time I face this enemy I must,
    therefore, take one step back.

    In order for the lesser to overcome the greater,
    the lesser must be applied with more skill.
    That is why I must practice, submit myself to my master and
    obey the rules of this Dojo.
  • holyher... RogerCo... 2011/04/21 02:30:06
  • Kiki 2011/04/21 01:58:08
    I have another idea
    Kiki
    +1
    How does anyone really know if God revealed himself to Moses? Just how much credibility can anyone give to the wild claims of a 100+ year old man?
  • Dave Sa... Kiki 2011/04/21 05:27:18
    Dave Sawyer ♥ Child of God ♥
    +1
    He also appeared to seventy of the elders of Israel.
  • Kiki Dave Sa... 2011/04/21 12:05:44
    Kiki
    +1
    That's a matter of faith. Though I respect people's right to embrace their religious faith, I just don't share your faith.

    Having been raised by a devoutly Catholic father and an equally devout Jewish mother and having been both confirmed, in a Catholic cathedral, by a bishop and bat mitzvahed, in a reform Jewish temple, by a rabbi, I know that there's been quite a bit of ohhhhh....let us say license, taken by those who've, throughout history, controlled the content of the texts of Judaism and Christianity and there's really no way for anyone to "know" what really did or didn't happened during the time of Moses and the elders of Israel.
  • holyher... Kiki 2011/04/21 15:50:25
  • Kiki holyher... 2011/04/21 16:14:55 (edited)
    Kiki
    You have to hand it to the Jews and Catholics, they, like no other religion other than Islam, do believe in truly teaching their dogma to the children of their synagogues and parishes. Having that experience made me come to the realization, based on the teachings of Judaism and Christianity, one of them is mistaken, in their dogma, and more than likely both are wrong.

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