Bible verse of the day #34

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This post is not only a bible verse of the day, but also further evidence that Christians should believe in multiple Gods. Psalm 82:1, Psalm 82:6-7 and Psalm 96:4

“God presides in the great assembly;
he renders judgment among the gods”

“I said, ‘You are gods;
you are all sons of the Most High.
But you will die like mere mortals; 

you will fall like every other ruler.”

“For great is the Lord and most worthy of praise;
 he is to be feared above all gods.”

This is further evidence that God is not alone up there, (if he exists in the first place) and I don’t think that the Holy Trinity can be used as an explanation this time. My original post ‘The Gods of the Bible’ can be found here.

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2 thoughts on “Bible verse of the day #34

  1. To take a portion of a thing as the proof of it only proves the speaker to be as incomplete as the attempted assertion made.
    Rather than trying to convince others of what to believe… would you dare simply to stand upon what it is you believe?

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    • I personally do not claim that Christians should be believing in more than one God, you can see that in my other post, ‘The Gods of the Bible,’ I draw no solid conclusion, rather I present some verses and possibilities, and then leave it up to the reader to decide.
      One minute God says that Elohim (the plural word for God) created the Heavens and the earth, and then he says that he is the Lord and the Lord is one. Are there multiple Gods? A trinity? Or just one? I don’t claim to know and frankly it is besides the point of whether God exists or not.

      “Rather than trying to convince others of what to believe… would you dare simply to stand upon what it is you believe?”

      I do not believe in anything. I do not think that God exists, but it is a possibility that something exists. I stand for logic and critical thinking, same as any other atheist.

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