Does a narcissistic person usually think they are God?
No. Narcissus was a greek tragic character who fell in love with himself. Narcissism, as a result, means someone who thinks far too highly of themself, placing theimselves above the needs of others. It's vanity taken to it's most extreme form. Think Hugh Grant's character in the Bridget Jones movies. It's more of a social defect than a mental illness. On the other hand, someone who truly believes themselves to be a god may well be suffering from delusions. This is indicative of serious mental health concerns. Of course, one of the side effects of such a delusion may well be elements of narcissistic behaviour. Hope this helps :) The ones I know. Think they are the center of the universe. Everyone and everything revolves around them. This is why they are aethiest. They can't belive there might be a higher power, whether it be God, mother-nature, or anything.
No. They are about control, are egotistical, argumentative, selfish and feel they are god-like. Only their views count! Even if they found another person that was narcissistic they wouldn't get along (a war would ensue I'm sure!) They may find another person to have a relationship with, but that person will soon find out the narcissistic traits and move on.
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Hmm. It depends on what kind of mixed beliefs they are. If they are not sure whether God exists or not and don't think it can be known, then the word is typically Agnostic. If the person believes in God but isn't sure about the nature or attributes of God, then we usually just say something like unaffiliated, because that person hasn't discovered a group of people that he agrees with to join with to…
A prophet is a person designated by God to speak a specific message to either a specific person or group of people or nation. A priest is a person designated usually by a nation that stands in place for the people representing their state to God. A king usually deals only with political matters. However, in some nations, such as Israel in history, the king was also a representation and messenger of God.
Zeus was certainly a storm god, and one scholarly view is that Yahweh (ultimately the Christian God) was also a storm god. But that does not make them the same storm god or the same person. You should pray, if you pray at all, the whichever god you believe exists. And I think from the question you have doubts whether either god really exists.
According to some religions, he was both God and man. To others he was just a good guy with a good message, defiantly not divine. Personally, I believe it was his message that was important, not what we have made him into. My Version Christ was a person. The SON of GOD. He was born on Earth to live and die as a regular person He Lived to show us the way and Died on…
What do you think happens to a person who dedicated their life to God then they suddenly go wild do they realize they are destroying themselves along with all that love them?
If you are a Christian: In my personal opinion, I think prayer is a conversation between you and God. Of course you can ask from him, but I also think you should thank him for what he has done, and ask for guidance. So, I think prayer plays a role of a conversation between the person and God in their life.
How can you believe in Jesus, but not in God? Where do You think Jesus came from? Who do you think he was praying to, while hanging on the cross? If you believe in Jesus, surely you believe in what is written in the Bible? God created man kind- everything. The is no way that everything could just have been created by evolution. Jesus is our Saviour, God is our Father.