What I'm saying is that's not how it works. It has no hand steering it. It has no goals. It's simple cause and effect in motion.Originally Posted by [b
I personally don't know what forms Nepenthes took before it was Nepenthes... I wish I did. But there are plenty of other examples (some of which I just mentioned in a post nobody will read) of ancestors and descendants coexisting in the world... what about them? They aren't being selectively ignored here, are they?
It's creepy how often God sounds like an abusive parent. I know of some even mediocre parents more compassionate and loving than that. Actually, if you study the behaviors abused people tend to exhibit, it does seem like a large number of people out there are in abusive relationships with their Gods.Originally Posted by [b
Well, if we're going to humanize this being... why would he care about what little insignificant lego people do? Unless he's desperate for love and validation? How does an all-powerful being get insecure and needy? Why does he exhibit self-destructive emotions even semi-actualized humans have managed to conquer?Originally Posted by [b
What happens when the lego people create a God in their own image?