be subject to the rules of Cause and Effect. Just because I create a game with rulesdoesn’t mean I’m bound to the same rules, even if the little playmen and soldiers in mygame would like to believe I am.Just because I tell my kids to go to bed at 9 doesn’t mean they tell me that’s when I haveto go to bed.
(Quote:) “If I don’t need a cause, then why do you?”
Because we’re different, and You are so totally not like the mind of Mr. Barker.We need a cause because we are Your creations. You don’t need one cause You’re theCreator.Bobby needs a spanking because he was a naughty boy. daddy doesn’t need one cause hewas being a good daddy.
(Quote:) “You created me. Is that such a terrible idea?”
Yes, because the dude you are is the concoction of a pitiful sad mind like Mr. Barkers,and if you were really God, you were the perfect reason for 7 billion people to commitsuicide simultaneously. Thankfully, Mr. Barker’s mind is not really God, and thus we canall live happily ever after.
(Quote:) “I know that you think many other gods were created by humans: Zeus, Thor,Mercury, Elvis. You recognize that such deities originate in human desire, need, or fear.”
Maybe that’s what’s wrong with Theologians, and they’re the wrong guys to talk to,dude!Since they don’t have any more grasp on true spirituality than the Pharisees who saw to itthat Jesus was crucified by the Romans, they probably also don’t see the spiritual originof the aforementioned deities (with the exception of Elvis, that is)…Contrary to Barker’s aforementioned statements, there are spiritual entities who like tocompete with God, and used to try to get people to worship them until they realized theycould fool people of the 20th and 21st centuries even better by getting them to worshipthemselves and deities like “Mr. Barker’s mind.”
(Quote:) “The Persians created Mithra, the Jews created Yahweh, and you created me. If I am wrong about this, please straighten me out.”
Yessir. The Persians worshiped Mithra (slight difference between worshiping andcreating a deity, a spiritual entity desiring to be worshiped), Yahweh created the Jews andall of us, and you’re right – the “god” Mr. Barker created in his mind is truly a pitifulconcoction.
(Quote:) “What is my purpose? To please myself?”
Well, that’s probably what the pitiful god concocted and perceived by Mr. Barker would