Who is God?

@cathylmg (283)
Singapore
December 7, 2006 11:45pm CST
We believe that god is ultimate creator. So where does God come from? He must have a life? Attended university, graduated with first class degree in science? He must be so knowledgeable that renders it possible for the creation. He must have did countless experiments before he succeed? Which goes to the basic questions. Who is God before he even created the whole universe? cathylmg http://govege.blogspot.com
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@lena2000 (2392)
• Belgium
8 Dec 06
I know that the symbol of the christmas tree is celtic. Christians kinda stole, I think. I think when the christian english invaded Ireland eventually gaelic holidays got turned into christian ones. It probably originated from a celebration of winter. In fact, I don't think it was always Dec. 25 either. You'll really want to double check this. But I'm pretty sure it's roots are in Ireland.
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@cathylmg (283)
• Singapore
8 Dec 06
Nevertheless, it is still a good way to promote giving and sharing and for family gathering. cathylmg http://govege.blogspot.com
@hmshema (685)
• India
8 Dec 06
Since you have asked so many questions about god, I think you can also write some university name and education with place of living etc...Jokes OK. To answer your question is very difficult. Because nobody knows about these. Only thing is that we do believe in god that he is our almighty. That is all.
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@cathylmg (283)
• Singapore
8 Dec 06
There must be an explanation to this. I mean, from the beginning, that is when god created the universe. That is all we know about him. He is loving, kind, intelligent, all knowing. Where does he get all these quality? Did he learn from anyone? How about his life before he created the universe? Has he been a child? A teenager? An adult? Did he attend preschools? High schools? And since he gave his only son to the world, then he must have a father himself? I'm confused.
• United States
8 Dec 06
tetragrammaton - tetragrammaton
God's name is Jehovah as indicated in the bible (some scholar prefer the form Yahweh, which is Hebrew, originally written YHWH aka tetragrammaton) "That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth" Psalms 83:18, "And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by the name of God Almighty, but by my name JEHOVAH was I not known to them" Exodus 6:3, note that the Name of God is omitted to other versions of the Bible and apparently can't be seen in "New Testament") And God has no beginning. "Before the mountains were born or you brought forth the whole world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God. Psalms 90:2 NIV God never changed. "I, Jehovah, change not" Malachi 3:6
@cathylmg (283)
• Singapore
8 Dec 06
Then the old testament is more accurate then the new testament?
@mr_ilham (1611)
• Indonesia
8 Dec 06
001 - 001
God is everything in my life
@cathylmg (283)
• Singapore
8 Dec 06
I'm sure he is to many people.