Friday, May 20, 2016

Creator of Poverty

   The Bible says that God created man according to his own image.  Is God poor in heaven?  If not, would a loving God make humans poor?  It doesn’t make sense.  God put Adam and Eve in paradise.  

Salt Mine (From: en.wikipedia.org)
   Despite their disobedience, the same God created wealth for the nations to share and enjoy equally.  He provided inexhaustible salt mines, self-replenishing seas that never run out of edible creatures, self-cleaning air to breathe, and mountains that grow trees despite human mismanagement and illegal logging. He put diamonds, gold, silver, copper, gas, oil, etc. in the ground for future generations.  

Some products of mines are:
Batteries - cadmium, lithium, nickel and cobalt


Musical instruments - copper, silver, steel, nickel, brass, cobalt, copper, iron and aluminum
Circuitry - gold, copper, aluminum, steel, silver, lead and zinc

Sports equipment - graphite, aluminum and titanium

Computer and television screens - silicon, boron, lead, phosphorus and indium
Sun protection and medical ointments - zinc

Cosmetics and jewellery  -gold, diamonds, iron oxide, zinc and titanium dioxide
Surgical instruments - stainless steel
Electricity - coal
 and uranium
Vehicles and tires - steel, copper, zinc, barium, graphite, sulphur and iodine
Eyeglasses - limestone, feldspar and soda ash

Housing construction - gypsum, clay, limestone, sand and gravel
Fertilizer - phosphate, nitrogen, sulphur and potash

From: www.acareerinmining.ca 

Hybrid car components - rare earth elements such as dysprosium, lanthanum, neodymium and samarium

   "The worldwide production of mining uranium comes from Kazakhstan, Canada, and Australia as the top three producers… Other important uranium producing countries in excess of 1,000 tons per year are Niger, Namibia, Russia, Uzbekistan, the United States, China, and Malawi.” (Wikipedia

   “The main use of uranium...is to fuel nuclear power plants…photographic chemicals (especially uranium nitrate as a toner), in lamp filaments for stage lighting bulbs, to improve the appearance of dentures, and in the leather and wood industries for stains and dyes.”  

   With all those constructive uses, man chooses to use uranium in building weapons of destruction.  “The major application of uranium in the military sector is in high-density penetrators…uranium-235 has been used as the fissile explosive material to produce nuclear weapons”. (inventors of injurious thing...Romans 1:30

   If used for the betterment of mankind and if benefits are allotted equally, the wealth God planted underground is enough to provide free homes for all, so no one can say he's homeless, and food for the starving.  We'd still get sick and die but the quality of life would be equal, no rich or poor, subject only to individual genetic imperfection.

  So who created poverty?  Every nation’s history shows political power struggle. To the victors belong the spoils.  



See also:


No comments:

Post a Comment