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The inherent missconception in this "god" debate, is that the japanese word "kami",which gets translated to god, or paper(yes it´s the same Kanji), refers to a christian omnipotent god. This is stupid and close minded. Zeus is a god, yet he can procreate, proven by his million bastard sons, including Hercules. Odin is a god and Thor is a god, yet they´re both mortal and are prophecized to die during their mythology´s Armaggeddon. Like holy hell, how uneducated do you have to be, to dismiss a thesis based on christian arguments, in a japanese work of fiction. Naruto/Boruto are written and edited by non christian authors, that are probably either Buddhist or Shinto and their religions inhabit a plethora of deities, who are all exceptionless mortal.A culture to which the concept of an omnipotent ideal being is completely foreign and illogical, not only from a rational standpoint but from an inherently philosophical one. Ashura/Asura and Indra/Indura refer to deitis or demons depending on the interpretation of the text in question battle those "gods" refered too as deva, because the Deva are arrogant and the Asura are jealous of their superiority, one is flawed because absorbed by arrogance the other by anger. The Deva path of Pain was refered to as the "god" path in multiple translations. Why would you say that?
 
The inherent missconception in this "god" debate, is that the japanese word "kami",which gets translated to god, or paper(yes it´s the same Kanji), refers to a christian omnipotent god. This is stupid and close minded. Zeus is a god, yet he can procreate, proven by his million bastard sons, including Hercules. Odin is a god and Thor is a god, yet they´re both mortal and are prophecized to die during their mythology´s Armaggeddon. Like holy hell, how uneducated do you have to be, to dismiss a thesis based on christian arguments, in a japanese work of fiction. Naruto/Boruto are written and edited by non christian authors, that are probably either Buddhist or Shinto and their religions inhabit a plethora of deities, who are all exceptionless mortal.A culture to which the concept of an omnipotent ideal being is completely foreign and illogical, not only from a rational standpoint but from an inherently philosophical one. Ashura/Asura and Indra/Indura refer to deitis or demons depending on the interpretation of the text in question battle those "gods" refered too as deva, because the Deva are arrogant and the Asura are jealous of their superiority, one is flawed because absorbed by arrogance the other by anger. The Deva path of Pain was refered to as the "god" path in multiple translations. Why would you say that?
   
It makes perfect sense to include a class of deitis in the feudal japan based world of Naruto, that already has this concept alluded and refered too by several means, unlike Aliens who are as out of place in Naruto as they are in Indiana Jones.
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It makes perfect sense to include a class of deitis in the feudal japan based world of Naruto, that already has this concept alluded and refered too during several occasions, unlike Aliens who are as out of place in Naruto as they are in Indiana Jones.

Latest revision as of 01:09, February 24, 2017

Elveonora wrote: For Momoshiki being a god, I disagree. It's a self-label, even Nagato called himself a god. They can sexually reproduce, thus get born, can die and also have to eat chakra fruits to get power, unlike a real deity.

This is so dumb. The inherent missconception in this "god" debate, is that the japanese word "kami",which gets translated to god, or paper(yes it´s the same Kanji), refers to a christian omnipotent god. This is stupid and close minded. Zeus is a god, yet he can procreate, proven by his million bastard sons, including Hercules. Odin is a god and Thor is a god, yet they´re both mortal and are prophecized to die during their mythology´s Armaggeddon. Like holy hell, how uneducated do you have to be, to dismiss a thesis based on christian arguments, in a japanese work of fiction. Naruto/Boruto are written and edited by non christian authors, that are probably either Buddhist or Shinto and their religions inhabit a plethora of deities, who are all exceptionless mortal.A culture to which the concept of an omnipotent ideal being is completely foreign and illogical, not only from a rational standpoint but from an inherently philosophical one. Ashura/Asura and Indra/Indura refer to deitis or demons depending on the interpretation of the text in question battle those "gods" refered too as deva, because the Deva are arrogant and the Asura are jealous of their superiority, one is flawed because absorbed by arrogance the other by anger. The Deva path of Pain was refered to as the "god" path in multiple translations. Why would you say that?

It makes perfect sense to include a class of deitis in the feudal japan based world of Naruto, that already has this concept alluded and refered too during several occasions, unlike Aliens who are as out of place in Naruto as they are in Indiana Jones.

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