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What's greater than God?

Discussion in 'Questions by Non-Christians (Archived)' started by MariaRegina, Jul 5, 2003.

  1. MariaRegina

    MariaRegina Well-Known Member

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    Here's a riddle that's bound to be a thread:

    What's greater than God
    Worse than the devil
    Rich people want it
    Poor people have it
    And if you eat it you'll die?

    See the next post
     
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  2. MariaRegina

    MariaRegina Well-Known Member

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    The answer: NOTHING

    For nothing is Greater than God
    Nothing can be worse than the devil
    Rich people want for nothing
    Poor people have nothing
    And if you eat nothing you will die.
     
  3. Megalon

    Megalon High Octane

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    That's a cool riddle.
     
  4. MariaRegina

    MariaRegina Well-Known Member

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    Yes, My dearest Magalon in Christ:

    I liked it precisely because that is the way the ancient Christians use to think. They described God in terms like

    Incomprehensible -- God cannot be understood.
    Indescribable -- God cannot be described
    Incircumscribable -- God cannot be surrounded.
    Uncontainable -- God cannot be contained.
    Unknowable -- No one can really know God
    Unseen -- God cannot be seen

    so He became Man

    And as the God-Man,

    Mary held the Uncontainable God within her womb.
    The unknowable and unseen God was then beheld by men.

    Thank you O Lord, for Your glorious Incarnation and Resurrection.

    The King's Daughter,

    Elizabeth
     
  5. kimber1

    kimber1 mean people suck

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    I like that one!! Actually my son came home from school last year one day and told me that one!!!
     
  6. tacoman528

    tacoman528 Member

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    Did you know that in the Bible it says that there is no god?
     
  7. tacoman528

    tacoman528 Member

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    Ah...let me rephrase that...

    Psalms 53:1
    "A fool says THAT THERE IS NO GOD"

    hahahahahahahahahahaha
     
  8. MariaRegina

    MariaRegina Well-Known Member

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    Do you know the date we celebrate Atheist's Day?


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