Jordan Peterson's INCREDIBLE Journey To GOD | Heartbreaking Moments on His FAITH (2023)


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So people often ask me, do you believe in god, which I don't I don't like that question.

I don't like that question.

I don't like that.

Question yeah.

I don't like the question.

People have asked me whether or not I believe in god and I've answered in various ways.

No, but I'm afraid he probably exists.

That's the traditions bind the community together.

Now I'm saying that and I don't go to church, you know, and the reason I don't go to church is because well it drives me crazy to speak.

Frankly, I haven't been able to sit in a situation like that ever since I was well ever really that's really the truth of it ever um.

I'm not convinced that.

That's a good thing, because I do believe- and I've had good conversations about this with jonathan pagio.

I do believe that communal return to the source of the community's ethics is actually a necessary thing, and maybe I'm atoning for my past sins by doing these biblical lectures at the moment, which is something that's communal and then because there's also something about going where a bunch of other people are to reaffirm your commitment to to the good that you're also all aiming at that's that's got some power in it, and I don't think that that's something that we should forego.

I think it's dangerous.

I mean look even if you're cynical about church- and I guess I would put myself in that category- it's certainly the case that communal church, going in the 1950s say, provided the average person with at least an hour a week where they were contemplating no matter how poorly the purpose of ethics in life and and the idea of a higher purpose and a higher meaning in life, and you got to think that spending an hour a week.

Thinking about that is better than never doing it at all.

I don't know how to that tradition can be revivified in a meaningful way, but I think it's.

I really do think it's a catastrophe that we've lost it because we don't have a center, an ethical center that holds our community together and the consequence of that is that we're fragmenting quite badly.

But what you see there is, if that, if you view someone with love, then it's incumbent upon you to treat them as if they're, valuable and then the more you treat other people as if they're valuable, the better person you are, that just comes along for the ride in some sense, so none of that seems questionable to me that that seems solid, and so then, maybe the more the more love you view.

Other people with the higher the moral demand that's placed on you and then I would say too well, then that's another reason why it's so important to be truthful and and in some sense to be good, because it isn't obvious to me that you can withstand that moral load.

If you're compromised by too much sin, it's too much and then that's another thing that that we're not very good at teaching young people about.

You know we shouldn't do that.

You know it's like there's a sanctimonious authority that goes along with that.

That's the wrong tone.

It's more like you know.

I don't know how you lay it out properly, but you tell people that you love how to avoid the road to hell, and you don't do that, because you're shaking your finger at them or because you're a moral authority, you do it because you don't want them to burn, and I think there's too much of the moral authority still in the church and not enough of the you know the love that helps people avoid the fire tammy.

My wife has always taken the idea of truth very seriously.

Her recent brush with death has deepened her religious sense and impelled her towards a life.

That's more consciously focused on service to others, her family in particular, but not only her family people beyond the family, and I also think that's a function to some degree of our stage of life.


A grandmother now and her children are grown and able to take care of themselves, and so she can turn her attention to other people, maybe farther afield from the immediate family, I'm watching what she's doing and listening to her and watching her practical application of her faith, and that affects me just as everything she does affects me, because I watch what she does and take it seriously.

Her recent actions have indicated she's had she's helped a number of people quite substantially.

The group that she's been communicating with and all of that's very interesting to me, she's, showing me I mean I've taken the idea of god seriously for a very long time, and I've said on multiple occasions that I try to act as though god exists and that that's essentially my definition of belief when people say do you believe in god, belief is a multi-dimensional word and one question is well.

What do you mean by belief and for me the proof of belief is to be found in action, and I decided that I would act as if god existed a long while back and of course, I'm imperfect in that.

Inevitably, now she's doing that more explicitly as well.

Not she wasn't doing it quite well to begin with she's doing it more explicitly and also more within the confines of traditional religious conceptions, although she's not attending church she's associating with a number of people who are formally religious and all of that's informing the way that she conducts herself it's watching her do.

That has also highlighted for me the missing praxis in western christianity.

If you want to be a christian, let's say: if you think that's necessary, it's not exactly obvious what you should do.

You should go to church, but that's not enough.

I don't think I find it useful to contemplate the highest good on a continual basis.

I'm trying to keep myself oriented in that direction.

It's a religious orientation! Fundamentally, it's an overwhelming orientation, but there's no escaping the questions of the ultimate meaning of life.

I'm not an atheist anymore, because I don't look at the world that way anymore.

I'm not a materialist anymore.

I don't think the world's made out of matter.

I think it's made out of what matters it's made out of meaning what we orient towards unconsciously, which means what captures our attention is meaning and it captures our attention before.

We know what it is: the brain acts as if the world's made out of information or made out of meaning who would have the audacity to claim that they believed in god, if they examined the way they lived.

Who would dare say that to to believe you think to believe in a christian sense to actually.

This is why nietzsche said there was only ever one christian, and that was christ to have the audacity to claim.

That means that you live it out fully and that's an that's, an unbearable task, in some sense to be able to accept the structure of existence, the suffering that goes along with it and the disappointment and the betrayal and and to nonetheless act properly right to aim at the good, with all your heart right to to dispense with the malevolence and your desire for destruction and revenge, and all of that and to face things courageously and to tell the truth to speak.

The truth and to act it out, that's what it means to believe: that's what it means it doesn't.

It doesn't mean to state it.

It means to act it out and unless you act it out, you should be very careful about claiming it, and so I've never been comfortable, saying anything other than try to act as if god exists, because god only knows what you'd be.

If you truly believed I mean, if you think about it in some sense, that's the central idea in christianity is that if you were capable of believing it would be a transfiguring event, a truly transfiguring event- and I know people experience that to one degree or another, but we have no idea what the limit of that is, and we have no idea what the possibility is within each person if they lived a life that was maximally, courageous and maximally truthful.

You know because maybe you're running at sixty percent or seventy percent or twenty percent and at cross purposes to yourself.

God only knows what you'd be.

If, if you believed- and so while I act, I try to act like I believe, but I'd never claim that I manage it so, okay, so you can think about christ from a psychological perspective and the crit the critic.

My critic, this particular critic that I've been reading said well that that doesn't differentiate christ, much from a whole sequence of dying and resurrecting mythological gods.

And of course, people have made that claim in comparative religion.

Joseph campbell did that and jung to a lesser degree I would say, but campbell did that, but the difference and c.s lewis pointed this out as well.

The difference between those mythological gods and christ was that there's a there's, a representation of there's a historical representation of his of of his existence as well.

Now you can debate whether or not that's genuine.

You can debate about whether or not he actually lived and whether there's credible objective evidence for that.

But it doesn't matter in some sense because this well, it does but there's a sense in which it doesn't matter because there's still a historical story, and so what you have in the figure of christ is an actual person who actually lived plus a myth and in some sense christ is the union of those two things the problem is.

Is I probably believe that, but I don't know I don't I'm amazed at my own belief, and I don't understand it like, because I've seen sometimes the objective world and the narrative world touch.

You know.

That's union synchronicity and I've seen that many times in my own life, and so in some sense I believe it's undeniable.

You know we have a narrative sense of the world.

For me, that's been the world of morality, that's the world that tells us how to act.

It's real like we treat it like it's real, it's not the objective world, but the narrative and the objective world touch, and the ultimate example of that in principle is supposed to be christ.

But I don't know what to, and that seems to me oddly plausible, but I still don't know what to make of it.

It's too head, partly because it's too terrifying a reality to fully believe.

I don't even know what would happen to you if you fully believed it, but are you a prophet see to say yes or no? I have to think about how I think I have to think about how I might be conceptualized how what I'm doing might be conceptualized.

No, I think I see myself as a psychologist and fundamentally I am a psychologist, I'm a behavioral psychologist and I'm very interested in.

I got very interested in psychoanalytic thinking, especially the union variants and, and I'm a professor and I'm doing that, you know on a much larger stage, let's say, but that's really what I'm doing, and so it's a combination of those two things and there's a I mean.

I speak about religious matters, but I don't see myself as a religious leader.

I don't want to make that god left from me the intolerable burden of my ignorance, arrogance, willful, blindness, bitterness and resentment as I pray that others rise above the same faults and temptations.

I watched fox news release a message this week.

There are terrible things afoot under the surface of our society, and the perpetrators are coming for you and coming for us, and then I watched the democrats respond in panic and anger, saying there are terrible things afoot under the surface of our society and the perpetrators are coming for you coming for us.

Are there terrible things afoot bubbling under the surface? Is something coming for you and for us.

Ask yourself how true that is of yourself and your own life.

Have you addressed all that? Are you concerning yourself with the dust in your enemies eyes instead of attending to the filth that obscures your own sight? Do we want accusation, suspicion, discord, derision and hatred or the peace and prosperity and happiness that beckons to us at this moment, like never before who's the enemy here? Is it the basket of deplorables? Is it the freaks and the queers? Is it the plumbers and carpenters and tradesmen and managers who work honestly and diligently during the day and the soldiers who stalwartly defend the borders and protect us? Is it the artists and visionaries whose expressions of unbridled creativity entertain and rejuvenate us and who continually offer to us an unending panoply of technological miracle? Is it the institutions that guide and protect us that so many lived and died to erect and establish which, for all their faults, have served us so well? Do we want revenge or justice? Do we want contempt or mercy? Do we want war or peace? And what are you aiming at in your heart of hearts? I see even the best of men degenerating into the exchange of blows.

I see even the best of men identifying the enemy in our neighbors and friends.

I see even the best of men falling prey to cowardice and self-righteous anger.

It needs to stop.

I need to stop.

You need to stop before it's too late.

Who is the enemy here, the snake in your heart, the lies on your tongue, the arrogance of your intellect the cowardice of our refusal to see the enemy is that which divides to sow discord.

The enemy is the pride and the fear that stops us from lending a hand across the divide.

The enemy is the great and eternal adversary of mankind, and if we demonize our brothers, our comrades in arms, do we not precisely call that dread spirit forth? Have we not yet learned courage, trust, truth, love even unto your enemy, which is yourself, god, forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us may what is highest guide, our vision may what is highest open our ears may what is highest guide our tongues and may we pray fearful of the hell.

We could so easily and carelessly create.

Deliver us from evil shine.

A light into the corners of our dark hearts for thine is the kingdom the power and the glory forever and ever amen.



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What religion was Jesus? ›

He was born of a Jewish mother, in Galilee, a Jewish part of the world. All of his friends, associates, colleagues, disciples, all of them were Jews. He regularly worshipped in Jewish communal worship, what we call synagogues. He preached from Jewish text, from the Bible.

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There are several successful entrepreneurs who are known for their high IQ scores, such as: Jeff Bezos: The founder of Amazon, Bezos has an IQ estimated to be around 145.

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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) When did Elon Musk take an IQ test? The Tesla CEO is estimated to have an IQ score of around 155.

How do I completely have faith in God? ›

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  1. Don't Depend on You. We live in a world where trust must be earned and seems to be in short supply. ...
  2. Cry out to God. ...
  3. Run from Evil. ...
  4. Put God First in Your Life. ...
  5. Check Yourself by God's Word. ...
  6. Listen to the Holy Spirit. ...
  7. Rest in God's Love.
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What's the difference between faith and hope? ›

Hope is the anticipated fulfillment of that intention; it deals with future states of affairs. On these grounds, faith is the result of current belief systems as shaped by experience, whereas hope is the product of desiring a future state of affairs.

How does faith in God change your life? ›

When we act in faith, we begin demonstrating that power that comes from believing. The scriptures teach that our thoughts will betray us, and it is true. If we tell ourselves that it's going to be a terrible day, it usually is, but if we wake up with a smile, it significantly changes our day's outcome.

What is it called if you believe in God but don t go to church? ›

While the Nones include agnostics and atheists, most people in this category retain a belief in God or some higher power. Many describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious,” or “SBNR,” as researchers refer to them.

Can you go to heaven if you aren't religious? ›

While most U.S. adults believe in heaven, there is disagreement about who can go there. Among all Americans, about four-in-ten (39%) say that people who do not believe in God can go to heaven, while roughly a third (32%) say that nonbelievers cannot enter heaven. (Again, 27% do not believe in heaven at all.)

What religion believes in God but doesn t? ›

Agnostic theism, agnostotheism, or agnostitheism is the philosophical view that encompasses both theism and agnosticism. An agnostic theist believes in the existence of one or more gods, but regards the basis of this proposition as unknown or inherently unknowable.

What religion was Adam and Eve? ›

Adam and Eve, according to the creation myth of the Abrahamic religions, were the first man and woman. They are central to the belief that humanity is in essence a single family, with everyone descended from a single pair of original ancestors.

What was Jesus real name? ›

Jesus' name in Hebrew was “Yeshua” which translates to English as Joshua.

How many wives did Jesus have? ›

"Christian tradition has long held that Jesus was not married, even though no reliable historical evidence exists to support that claim," King said in a press release.

What is Bill Gates IQ level? ›

Bill Gates is often considered one of the most intelligent people in the world. It is estimated that Bill Gates has an IQ of 180, which is incredibly high. Not only is Gates incredibly smart, but was the richest person in the world for over a decade.

Who has 500 IQ? ›

Marilyn vos Savant
BornMarilyn Mach August 11, 1946 St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
OccupationAuthor columnist
SpouseRobert Jarvik ​ ( m. 1987)​

Who has 300 IQ in the world? ›

William James Sidis has the World's Highest IQ. Anywhere from 250 to 300 is his IQ score, almost twice the score of Albert Einstein.

What is Snoop Dogg's IQ? ›

The post reads, 'Snoop Dogg has an IQ level of 147 that is thought to be extremely high and that of a gifted genius. '

What is Albert Einstein IQ? ›

His performance beats those of physicists Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein, who were both estimated to have IQs around 160.

What is Steve Jobs IQ? ›

"Steve Jobs likely had an IQ roughly 160 or above. In Walter Isaacson's biography, near the end of 4th grade, Jobs was tested. Jobs said: 'I scored at the high school sophomore level.

Why did God allow me to lose everything? ›

To gain Christ we must accept the necessary losses. Paul said, “For his sake I have suffered the loss of all things and count them as rubbish, in order that I may gain Christ.” Nothing is more valuable than Christ, therefore no amount of suffering that draws us closer to Christ is too great a sacrifice to make.

How do I put God first in my life? ›

Seeking God First
  1. Start Your Day With Prayer. ...
  2. Consider Creating a Verse Card. ...
  3. Subscribe to a Christian Podcast. ...
  4. God First: Commit to Reading One Christian Book Per Month. ...
  5. Play a Morning Sermon. ...
  6. Journal Your Faith. ...
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  8. Take Every Struggle to God.

Does faith mean to believe or trust? ›

A lot of people believe that these two words mean the same thing. Faith is more commonly used in a spiritual context while trust is an important concept in relationships. These two concepts go hand in hand and often refer to believing in something. In terms of relationships, faith leads to trust.

What is the spiritual meaning of faith? ›

The closest that the Bible comes to offering an exact definition is Hebrews 11:1 – “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” From this particular passage we see that the central feature of faith is confidence or trust. In the Bible, the object of faith is God and his promises.

Does faith come before hope? ›

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How can I apply my faith to everyday life? ›

3 Tips to Applying Faith to Your Everyday Life
  1. #1: Take time to be humbled and thankful. According to the Bible, “faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see” (Heb. ...
  2. #2: Pray little prayers. A busy life is the #1 distraction from prayer. ...
  3. #3: Let go of the things you can't control.

How do we live a life of faith? ›

7 Ways To Live by Faith Every Day
  1. Pray. Prayer is one of the most important parts of living by faith. ...
  2. Read the Bible. Another key way to live by faith is to read the Bible. ...
  3. Obey God. One of the most important ways to live by faith is to obey God. ...
  4. Trust God. ...
  5. Seek God. ...
  6. Live a life of thankfulness. ...
  7. Have faith in God.
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Can faith in God change everything? ›

With faith in God, death is no longer a fearful unknown, but the exchange of time for eternity in the presence of Christ. Faith changes everything. It changes our outlook on life, our relationship with God, and our life after death. Faith is a subject worthy of study.

Is it wrong to go to church if you don t believe in God? ›

If you feel some sort of deep and persistent (or even vague and fleeting) desire to go to church, it is 100% permissible to go, even if you don't "believe in God." In fact, I'd say, you not only may, you probably should.

What do you call a person who doesn't go to church? ›

Non-religious people can be called atheists or agnostics, but to describe things, activities, or attitudes that have nothing to do with religion, you can use the word secular.

Can you go to heaven without being baptized? ›

While Jesus told Nicodemus, “Amen, Amen, I say to you, no one can enter the kingdom of God without being born of water and Spirit” (John 3:5), he did not set baptism as a hindrance to salvation but just the opposite. We so often judge things by human standards, but God is not restrained by our standards.

Is it wrong to pray for someone to go to heaven? ›

Do Christians think praying can help a dead person get into heaven? Not exactly. All Christians believe that only God can determine whether a person belongs in heaven or in hell. Entreaties on behalf of the deceased can't sway God from what's right, but post-mortem praying does have other uses.

Who will enter heaven according to the Bible? ›

You enter heaven by forgiveness and through the righteousness that Jesus gives you. You do not enter into heaven by the Christian life. It's always true that where faith is birthed, works will follow, but salvation is by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone.

What is it called when you believe in God but not the Bible? ›

The term ietsism is becoming more widely used in Europe, as opposed to the phrase 'spiritual but not religious' which prevails in North America.

What is it called when you are not atheist but don t believe in God? ›

Nonbelief comes in many varieties. Technically, an atheist is someone who doesn't believe in a god, while an agnostic is someone who doesn't believe it's possible to know for sure that a god exists.

What do you call a person who believes in all religions? ›

The Oxford dictionary defines an omnist as "a person who believes in all faiths or creeds; a person who believes in a single transcendent purpose or cause uniting all things or people, or the members of a particular group of people".

Which religion is the most respected in the world? ›

Major religious groups
  • Christianity (31.1%)
  • Islam (24.9%)
  • Irreligion (15.6%)
  • Hinduism (15.2%)
  • Buddhism (6.6%)
  • Folk religions (5.6%)

Do Adam and Eve go to heaven? ›

God is the One who decides who does or does not enter heaven. There's no place in the Bible that says they were saved. But there is no place in the Bible that indicates the couple was lost, either.

What religion was Moses? ›

Moses (/ˈmoʊzɪz, -zɪs/) is considered the most important prophet in Judaism and one of the most important prophets in Christianity, Islam, the Druze faith, the Baháʼí Faith, and other Abrahamic religions.

What was Jesus's last name? ›

Jesus is sometimes referred to as Jesus Christ, and some people assume that Christ is Jesus' last name. But Christ is actually a title, not a last name. So if Christ isn't a last name, what was Jesus' last name? The answer is Jesus didn't have a formal last name or surname like we do today.

What is Jesus's actual birthday? ›

The common Christian traditional dating of the birthdate of Jesus was 25 December, a date first asserted officially by Pope Julius I in 350 AD, although this claim is dubious or otherwise unfounded.

How tall was Jesus? ›

He may have stood about 5-ft.-5-in. (166 cm) tall, the average man's height at the time.

What was Jesus daughter's name? ›

Some wish the ceremony that celebrated the beginning of the alleged marriage of Jesus and Mary Magdalene to be viewed as a "holy wedding"; and Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and their alleged daughter, Sarah, to be viewed as a "holy family", in order to question traditional gender roles and family values.

Who is the son of Jesus? ›

Moreover, it asserts that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene, that the couple had a son, named Judah, and that all three were buried together. The claims were met with skepticism by several archaeologists and New Testament scholars, as well as outrage by some Christian leaders.

Why was the book of Mary removed from the Bible? ›

The Gospel of Mary is an early Christian text deemed unorthodox by the men who shaped the nascent Catholic church, was excluded from the canon, and was subsequently erased from the history of Christianity along with most narratives that demonstrated women's contributions to the early Christian movement.

What is the IQ of Bill Gates? ›

The average IQ varies from country to country, with the US standing at 98. Anything above 130 is high. Here are some of the glimpses of genius that attest to Bill Gates' high IQ, even to the point of being a 160 score.

Whose IQ is 400? ›

Marilyn vos Savant (/ˌvɒs səˈvɑːnt/; born Marilyn Mach; August 11, 1946) is an American magazine columnist who has the highest recorded intelligence quotient (IQ) in the Guinness Book of Records, a competitive category the publication has since retired.

What is Neil Tyson's IQ? ›

Neil DeGrasse Tyson IQ Test

Neil deGrasse Tyson is estimated to have an IQ of 123. Without any testing, clinical observations, or evaluation of his academic performance, it can be said that he had an IQ of 123. It is important to remember that each test type has unique characteristics and requirements.

What is Kim Kardashian's IQ? ›

Unfortunately, I would estimate Kim Khardashian's “Intellect” to hover around 95–100, and her siblings the same.

What is Albert Einstein's IQ? ›

His performance beats those of physicists Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein, who were both estimated to have IQs around 160.

What is billionaires IQ level? ›

As FORBES' publisher Richard Karlgaard puts it: “[The scary smart] have inherited the world. The surest way to become a billionaire today is to be born with a 150-plus IQ and 800 math SAT skills.

How high is Stephen Hawking's IQ? ›

Professor Hawking, the theoretical physicist known for his work on black holes, is said to have had an IQ of 160. Professor Einstein, also a theoretical physicist, is said to have had an IQ of around 160, although it is unclear whether either man did a test.

What is a normal IQ? ›

In general, an IQ score is defined with a median and mean of 100. Scores above 130 are labeled as above average or “very superior,” while scores under 70 would be considered below average or labeled as “borderline impaired.” Most people have an average IQ between 85 and 115.

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Christopher Langan
BornMarch 25, 1952 San Francisco, California, U.S.
EducationReed College (dropped out) Montana State University–Bozeman (dropped out)
OccupationHorse rancher
Known forHigh IQ
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What IQ is a genius? ›

The Genius Threshold: 130 and Beyond

While there is some debate among psychologists, a widely accepted threshold for genius IQ scores is 130 or above. This score places an individual in the top 2% of the population, making them exceptionally intelligent.

Was Muhammad Ali's IQ? ›

He was given a Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2005. * The U.S. Army measured Ali's IQ at 78. In his autobiography he said, “I only said I was the greatest, not the smartest.”

What was Steve Jobs IQ? ›

"Steve Jobs likely had an IQ roughly 160 or above. In Walter Isaacson's biography, near the end of 4th grade, Jobs was tested. Jobs said: 'I scored at the high school sophomore level. ' This means he was a 4th grader performing at the 10th grade level.

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Da Vinci, famed painter and theorist, is estimated to have had IQ scores ranging from 180 to 220, according to

What is Justin Bieber's IQ? ›

Somewhere between 70 and 85 would be about right. He is clearly not a high flyer.

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