Requirements of being a christian:
> First, a Christian believes that Jesus is the Son of God.
> Second, a Christian believes that Jesus died on the cross to save him or her from his or her sin.
> Third, a Christian believes that Jesus rose again on the third day.
>And fourth, a Christian believes that Jesus will come again someday to take His people to heaven to be with Him forever.
We are all sons and daughters of god, as god made all things So why have you picked me out of the crowd and forsaken me father? I do not know. But no harm done, in my being murdered, as I live again. So Forgive them father, for they know not what they do. But what I really want to know is why don't you know this father? Your flood didn't work, did it, father? What other childish things have you done father, that also did not work?
Perhaps you need to look into a mirror father, so to see what image you made man in.
if things are really to be done on earth, as they are in heaven. Then why do I need to move so many people away from this world you so love? Want it all to yourself Father?
Father, put away your childish things or I'll send you to your room, the room from which you came that we all know is called void.
Just as we are born of your image into diapers and grow old back into diapers, so have you father. We are tired of being your play toys, especially when you treat us badly. And we do know as fact, that you do treat us badly. Anyone can ask a starving child if they (the child) has right to life and freedom of choice.
As abstractions are what the bottomless pit is all about....... lets test integrity of our philosophies. by turning them in on themselves, as is an example of the above. After this we can take the remaining and test it against the nature of the good human creatures we are. For if a philosophy works against our inherent good nature, then there is a flaw in the philosophy and it will not be able to do its job.
Perhaps "good" is a bias here, but with bad philosophies wrongly directing us, we are not going to know. On the other hand, there is the power of believing. To believe something and then figure out how to make it real. Not to forget doing so, of the good nature we are.
We can do a better job with philosophy today and it should be our philosophy leaders doing their job to make this happen.
So why are they not doing this?