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God isn't that complicated

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Submitted by Michael S (United States), Dec 21, 2015 at 14:36

Hi, Moh. You said,

"You seem to be caught up in semantics... God has no religion."

OK. Let's avoid semantics. The only true God is the God of Israel, the one described in the Bible. He's the one I know and worship. There is no other god. He is not the god of Islam, nor the gods of Hinduism and Zoroastianism, nor some nameless spirit or "realm of consciousness", etc. He is the God of the Bible, the one described therein, nothing more, nothing less.

That's Who He is. If you want to know Him, start in the Bible; and you will find him. It's that simple. There is no other way.

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