Danielle Jenkins
Danielle Jenkins voted up Tom Jackson's answer

Well religion is a lot about God.  So if you want to start with the concept of God, think of God if He exist as being at least as good as the best person you know.

(The other option is to flip a coin:  There is a God / There is no God---not a very good … Read more

Danielle Jenkins
Danielle Jenkins voted up Pepper pot's answer

I don't know what to think about it all myself so your not alone :)

Most religions come from mystery cults and initiation. The Bible has more than one meaning hence Moses was able to understand it in more than a literal sense, this is a process of initiation, words and stories with more than one … Read more

Danielle Jenkins
Danielle Jenkins voted up The Z.'s answer

One would have to establish a deed was performed by "the Spirit" to assess its relation to divinity. As it stands, divinity itself is far too subjective a condition to be proven empirically as well.  Basically it's all in the mind of those who chose to accept it.

Danielle Jenkins
Danielle Jenkins voted up Cookie Hill's answer

God's spirit is not a person, it is a tool that he uses to accomplish his purpose. Acts 2:1-6, shows that God's spirit was poured out on Jesus followers and they became filled with holy spirit and started to speak in different languages. So when this sound occurred,a crowd gathered and was bewildered,because each one … Read more