Five Fallacies About God (1)

Aug 18, 2016


Five Fallacies About God (1)

  1. God Needs something (1)


Over the 70 millennia that humanity has been drawn to a power greater than itself, humanity has made many different versions of that power. Almost all have been variations on a theme: a super human, with all the strengths and weaknesses of humanity, but magnified many times. Even when the great Masters such as Jesus gave us words that showed that indeed there is a power greater than ourselves, but it is not a super human, but a being that exemplifies what humanity could be, that is, a God Who is Love, only Love, we could not believe the “good news”. We refuse to see what the words say, but infuse that being with our own concept of what God is, that is, a super human.


When humanity has distorted the God that has been patiently shown us over millennia, God has always brought another voice to show us the way, never blaming us for our short sightedness. The pathway of spiritual evolution has always been upward, and we have slowly inched our way forward along the path. The path has been accelerating over the past several hundred years, until now it is racing at breakneck speed, and we can see the progress that has occurred even over the past 100 years, especially within some of the lifetimes, like my own of 82 years, that I am amazed at the progress that I see blossoming.


Now it is time for all of us who are moving on the path to accelerate our own recognition so that we can truly understand the actual words of the Masters, on our own, not depending on someone else’s interpretation of those words. I will be discussing five of the fallacies that have been given us over the past 70,000 years that need to be rejected not only from a spiritual viewpoint but often from a physics, that is, quantum physics, viewpoint.


There are five key myths about God that have permeated our patriarchal western mind stem from our viewpoint of a love of the father: throughout history the love of a mother is a given, simply because she is the Mother. A matriarchal society sees God as a loving being, who loves us no matter what we are or what we have done. But not so the love of the historical father, where the child quickly learns that the fathers love must be earned. Thus these five myths were born:


  1. God Needs something
  2. God can fail to get what God needs
  3. God has separated you from God becauseYou have not given God what God needs.
  1. God still needs what you God needs

So badly that God now requires you,

From your separated position,

Give it to God.

  1. God will destroy you, if

You do not meet God’s requirements.


We will look at these five myths in much more detail over the coming weeks.


  1. God Needs something


The first of these myths is the view that God has a need. So much of our ordinary set of beliefs are based upon the unspoken concept that God has a need – a need that that we have to fulfill. I will first look at the possibility that God has a need, and if so why?


This basic unspoken belief is that somehow, someway, God has a need that God is not able to fulfill on God’s own. Otherwise, why would God command us to worship God, to somehow fulfill this need in some way, just as the chief of a tribe (always male) demanded adulation of the members of the tribe if they wanted to remain members of the tribe.


Is there something that humanity can do to fulfill that need?


But most important, who is this being that we call God that has this need?


We have claimed that God is the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end, but we have somehow made this God with a handicap: God NEEDS us to do something to complete the Godhead if the Godhead is to be completed.


Strange indeed.


We will look further at this next time.

Trust in the Lord and do Good;

Dwell in the land and enjoy safe pasture.

Take delight in the Lord,

And God will give you the desires of your heart.

                                 Psalm 37:3-4   (NIV)



Divine Wisdom, You have showered us with joy and Love which cannot be surpassed. I place my trust in You, and am assured that all will be well, and my joy will be overflowing. You have tried for millennia to show us Your Love, and we have repeatedly turned Your Wisdom to meet our desires and have foolishly turned aside Your Words. We are grateful for showing us the path to Wisdom, to see Your goals for us coming forth. We bow before Your Wisdom, and place ourselves within Your Loving Heart for eternity.


If this posting proves useful to you, I would appreciate it if you would share it.


These five themes are taken from Conversation with God series of books, but the process discussed is a compilation of many sources and my processing of those sources.



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