While I was still a Mormon I had an interesting thought cross my mind. Why do we worship Elohim? Elohim was once a man, and had a father-god of his own. Why do we not worship him, because without this God neither Elohim nor we would exist? Better yet why do we not worship this God’s father, Elohim’s grandfather? Following this vein, why do we not worship the very first God, the ultimate creator and the guy who set all of this up? However this original God is never talked or even thought about in the Church as far as I know. These thoughts also got me thinking about the redeemer figure. Who atoned for Elohim’s sins? Was it Jesus, or some other loving human sacrifice in Elohim’s group? Who will atone for my children’s sins if I become a God? Would I have to sacrifice one of my children? These thoughts stem from Mormon theology and I would like to see them answered by something more than “it’s a mystery” or “you’ll find out after you die”. Has anyone else out there had thoughts like this, and if so what where they? I personally enjoy these rambles down logic lane.