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God and language

Let us assume for a moment that an omnipotent and omniscience god gave ‘divine/holy’ messages through holy books.

Now, being divine, these messages must be universal through all the people and all the ages. People should interpret them as God wanted them to be interpreted and not as we, the individual readers want to interpret it. For example, Genesis must not look like Big Bang to some people and nonsense to others. It should be unmistakably and universally clear to all what it means.
Obviously it is not so.
Evidently, God is defeated by language.

It happened here.


One response to “God and language

  1. hotshot bald cop September 1, 2011 at 13:47

    I agree 100%

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