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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reWrongI'mRight View Post
    now THAT is an interesting theory, with some "evidential" back up!!


    Apparently, the only Ancient myth involving a tree of life/knowledge and a serpent that portrays the serpent as evil is the Judeo-Christian one.

    In the other mythologies, the serpent plays the part of the guide to the human seeking knowledge from the tree. Many quests involve the hero embarking on an adventure to eat from this Tree.

    The Serpent/Tree motif is found in many cultures, from Ancient Egypt, China, India, Mesomerica and even in the Nordic legends. Its also found in Shamanic worldview and in the Celtic Druidism/paganism.


    PS: i just realized that some MBTI sites call the INTJ type the "Promethean Temperament".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    God created the universe and everything in it, ergo God is perfect, as he is everything as it is. Your definitions of "perfect" are irrelevant due to their subjectivity. If God intended something to be a certain way, then it is perfect as objective fact. His actions would be independent of human subjectivity. Unlike mortals, God would theoretically possess the power to realize his ideas in full, and is therefore as close to perfect as one could be.
    If God was perfect, he wouldn't have a personality type. Typing him as INTJ would make him imperfect, and what I was saying is that theoretically a perfect INTJ would not bother with such a stupid and pointless thing as what I mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief View Post
    If God was perfect, he wouldn't have a personality type. Typing him as INTJ would make him imperfect, and what I was saying is that theoretically a perfect INTJ would not bother with such a stupid and pointless thing as what I mentioned.
    No, that was your opinion of what you believe a "perfect" INTJ would not do. One must differentiate between these things.
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    I bet you like video games a lot, huh?

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    I bet you like going to the mall a lot, huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    I bet you like going to the mall a lot, huh?
    Oh, you got me.

    I only said that because your megalomania is typical of, say, a 12 year old boy. Don't be offended! I'm after the 'truth', just like you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    Oh, you got me.

    I only said that because your megalomania is typical of, say, a 12 year old boy. Don't be offended! I'm after the 'truth', just like you.
    Well, I only opened the thread for curiosity's sake. I could easily open another thread detailing the personalities of the pagan gods and goddesses, many of whom are not INTJs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Talionis View Post
    Well, I only opened the thread for curiosity's sake. I could easily open another thread detailing the personalities of the pagan gods and goddesses, many of whom are not INTJs.
    I hope you do that, for the sake of clarity.

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    God is a perfect blend of all the cognitive functions with some super secret functions we don't even know about thrown in.

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    I do not think God can be typed. That being said, I would idealize Jesus as an INFJ. I think INTJs would be horrible in the position in God. I'm short-tempered, impatient, too sarcastic and I can get insensitive. Also, I tend to abandon projects midway. So yeah...
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