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What A Christian God Can Not Do
|Background. Read about God's attributes in Gods 2.0. Specifically, the Omnipotent part.|
|Background: Every Christian can remember being taught something like this: "God so loved the world that He sacrificed His only begotten Son...", since early childhood. Moreover, every Christian has been taught that this is one of the most important parts of the Christian dogma, and that without it, the very religion itself will crumble.|
The Christian God Can Not Sacrifice His Son (or anything of value to Him)
If you are a member of the human race, you have certainly lost at least one loved one in your lifetime.
If you are a member of the human race, and also a member of a much smaller sub-group of humans who have had to sacrifice a loved one, you have experienced genuine loss. The reader can think of many such situations, that is dilemmas, so we shall not provide any examples here. Suffice it to say that such a loss involves both of these two concepts: Sacrifice and Genuine Loss.
Can God experience Genuine Loss? No! Because he can reverse the procedure -- after all, He is God -- and recreate the Lost Person/Thing. In the case of a Christian God, he can not sacrifice Jesus. Because he can instantly create another Jesus. Yes, one absolutely identical, down to every last subatomic particle.
Moreover, He can clone another Jesus. Now he has two Jesuses, side by side. Indeed, he can create ten Sacrificed Sons. A hundred. A thousand. A million. A billion. A trillion...Well you get the idea, or at least you should...Visualize yourself in a barbershop with mirrors on opposite walls; now try to count how many yourselves there are...
QED: This religion has crumbled.
|Webmaster's Note: What all this actually means is that the person or persons who invented this dogma were just plain stupid. They asked wrong questions, and tried to answer such questions with nonsense. Not only is the idea of a being who cannot lose anything because sacrifice is a word which cannot exist in the same sentence as said being. The very idea of anyone benefitting -- that is, being saved -- from such a death is ludicrous. The only way a two thousand year old dead Jewish patriot could save you would be if he would have donated one of his organs to you, and you needed such an organ. Even this idea runs smack into a biological problem of this organ having degraded to nothingness shortly after Savior's death.|