7 definitions by PSBWTHU

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The Son of the living God.

When Jesus asked his disciples who people say he is,

Mathew 16:16 - Simon Peter answered, "You are the Messiah, the Son of the Living God." (This was a God inspired response from Peter, and therefore God's own definition of Jesus and is confirmed by Jesus' response, "Good for you, Simon, son of John!...For this truth did not come to you from any human being (or Urban Dictionary), but it was given to you directly by my Father in heaven."
Jesus Christ is the Messiah, the Son of the Living God.
by PSBWTHU December 25, 2009
an omnipresent force with extraordinary power that no one can see, but exists without doubt to those who place their faith in it every day – just like God.
It's nice to get up in the morning everyday and count on gravity being there.
by psbwthu July 30, 2011
the by-product of God's creation (gender irrelevant).

Cop out for those who deny the existence of God, while embracing a equally intangible force (mother nature, nature, etc.) that they can neither explain, nor define it's source, origin or purpose.
Mother Nature sure is a beautiful thing.

Take any sentence, phrase or literary reference and replace the term 'mother nature' with God and see if it could be made to make sense using an impartial perspective.
by PSBWTHU December 18, 2009
Term used to define the act of performing a dry run when packing for a trip. Usually performed by A-type personalities or those who prefer not to pay airline baggage fees. Prior to departure the traveler will see what they would like to take with them and then pack it to determine how many bags they will need.
I'm not sure we are going to be able to fit all the stuff we need to take with us. We better do a mock pack.
by psbwthu July 30, 2011
a migraine that starts in your eyes
Man, I just started getting this friggin' eye-graine and my vision is all blurry!
by psbwthu July 20, 2012
Term used to define the act of performing a dry run when packing for a trip. Usually performed by A-type personalities or those who prefer not to pay airline baggage fees. Prior to departure the traveler will see what they would like to take with them and then pack it to determine how many bags they will need.
I'm not sure we are going to be able to fit all the stuff we need to take with us. We better do a mock-pack.
by psbwthu October 10, 2010
The belief that everything in the universe, all we see and all we have yet to see is the creation (by-product) of random acts of coincidence with foundations solely in pure science and rationale mixed with generous doses of cause and effect and trial and error.

True atheists do not believe in any form of God, or God related creation, including any form of morale standard that would indicate the existence of right versus wrong. Although atheists may one day be able to explain all matters and conditions of the universe, they will never be able to rationalize questions like: Why is there a universe? Why does it go on as it does? or Has it any meaning? (see C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity)

True atheists also agree that belief in pure science and a belief in God cannot be reconciled. Although many of history's greatest scientists (Einstein), inventors (Benjamin Franklin) and mathematicians (Blaise Pascal) were believers in God. See example below.
Einstein is probably the best known and most highly revered scientist of the twentieth century, and is associated with major revolutions in our thinking about time, gravity, and the conversion of matter to energy (E=mc2). Although never coming to belief in a personal God, he recognized the impossibility of a non-created universe. The Encyclopedia Britannica says of him: "Firmly denying atheism, Einstein expressed a belief in "Spinoza's God who reveals himself in the harmony of what exists." This actually motivated his interest in science, as he once remarked to a young physicist: "I want to know how God created this world, I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts, the rest are details." Einstein's famous epithet on the "uncertainty principle" was "God does not play dice" - and to him this was a real statement about a God in whom he believed. A famous saying of his was "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
by PSBWTHU December 14, 2009

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