Information is like gold to the wicked. I have informal information that I am extremely wicked. You have any fools gold? I need a hamburger.
These entries are moisture for your sponge. Spiritually soluble seasoned information and knowledge nuggets to add to your primordial stew base. We are Love’s babes with an immense treasure stored up, to discover.
What’s cook’n at your house or temples?
Did we all come from this base stock?
If Love is in each of us… Why we having so many problems. Giving all of ourselves to the cause? Does it mean digging up roots and confronting evil? Lean not into your own understanding? Are you anthropomorphic?
When did we install the toll booth? The stumbling blocks weren’t enough!?
Hoarders never throw anything created away. Reuse, store and repurpose.Confusyonas 6770 CE
The Father and the Son …18 Because of this, the Jews tried all the harder to kill Him. Not only was He breaking the Sabbath, but He was even calling God His own Father, making Himself equal with God. 19 So Jesus replied, “Truly, truly, I tell you, the Son can do nothing by Himself, unless He sees the Father doing it. For whatever the Father does, the Son also does. 20 The Father loves the Son and shows Him all He does. And to your amazement, He will show Him even greater works than these.…
John, The Just?
We all get the same words to interpretant… Equal.
In the Iron Age, Yahweh was the national god of the Israelite kingdoms. In the early tribal period, each tribe would have had its own patron god; however when kingship emerged, the state promoted Yahweh as the national god of Israel, supreme over the other gods.
Pre-exilic Israel, like its neighbours, was polytheistic, and Israelite monotheism was the result of unique historical circumstances. During an era of religious syncretism, it became accepted among the Israelite people to consider the Canaanite god El as the same as Yahweh. This is arguably the beginning of the end for Yahwism and the very beginnings of Judaism. Indeed, as this idea became prevalent in the Jewish people’s religion, El soon was thought to have always been the same deity as Yahweh, as evidenced by Exodus 6:2–3, which reads:
More to come…