2870 gods and counting

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  1. bbnews says:

    Here you can read about 588 of those deities: http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/azindex/AZ_Gods_and_Goddesses.htm .

    But who are the other 2,282 gods? I want to know, otherwise I’m afraid I can’t make a fair choice.

    So, please, help me! I don’t wanna end up in Hell.

  2. bbnews says:

    Wow! Thank you for your rapid and excellent answer, RP.

    A bit off topic, but anyhow: I wonder if you have read this article: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2012/07/what-space-smells-like/259903/ ? It’s about different smells in space. Very interesting information, indeed.

    One of the smells is “sulfurous” according to the article. Since you, RP, seems to know a lot about godly things and beings, I want to ask you: Do you, like me, believe the sulfurous smell in space may come from farting angels? Or is it more likely that this smell indicates Hell is situated in the neighborhood of the space station?

    • RP says:

      This is an intriguing question. According to theologians, angels are divine creatures who do not fart, thus this hypothesis unfortunately cannot be deemed worthy of any serious consideration.

      Also, Hell is obviously not located in space, so that can also be ruled out.

      However, The Almighty himself has a regular need to defecate, hence His divine excrement would be the most logical explanation for the sulfurous smell of space. That, or His foul breath.

      For further spiritual guidance I would recommend you to study the book of revelations, wherein many heavenly creatures and their bodily fluids are described in detail.

      Hope this helps

  3. Robster says:

    Maybe gravity turned gods divine poop into the planets! If god’s been there forever, he’s done lots of defecating so why not? He may have enjoyed some baked beans, that would explain galaxies and solar systems. ‘Nother win for the godies.

  4. All man-contrived religioncraft, as are the more blindly followed Abrahamic systems, is false theology. Deism is the one and only True Theology since based on the universal Word of God in the Creation discovered via astronomy and other sciences. The True Theology via the real universal Word of God in the Creation has always been there to be discovered by free thinkers free from influence of man-contrived religioncraft. For an example, heed the words of navigator and explorer Ferdinand Magellan (1480-1521): “The Church has said that the Earth is flat, but I know it is round. For I have seen the shadow upon the Moon [during an eclipse],and I have more faith in a shadow than in the Church.” No human being knows the intent and purpose or will of God. Any person saying so from a pulpit is a charlatan of man-contrived religioncraft for obvious monetary reasons and designed to control the minds of blind followers. Thomas Paine spoke for all of humankind when he wrote the brilliant deistic composition and essays on the subject compiled under the title, “The Age of Reason—The Complete Edition.” Get informed on the True Theology at http://www.deism.com.

    • RP says:

      Dear Mr. Blast,

      Your impertinent way of asserting “the one and only theological truth” ought to make any thinking person suspicious. Assuming your motives are sincere, we’re left with the unsavoury experience of hearing a rambling preacher presenting a broken rationale.

      Deist belief is not rational. There is simply no evidence and no sensible reason to believe in the existence of divine, supernatural forces. You might as well assert that an invisible magic pink elephant farted out our universe, and that statement would take us equally far in exploring naturalistic and existential questions.

      Your rambling, overstuffed web site seems sincere enough, but really, if there was anything to it, it would suffice with one single reasonable argument why irrational belief in a supernatural divinity would help anyone or anything at all. An oxymoron, I know.

      In three words: Deism is unnecessary.

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