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God Dose Not Destroy, As We Understand Destruction.

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on September 15, 2001 01:53:13 UTC

My Dear Mario,

You wrote:
“God will not destroy? You mean like when 90% of Earth's life was destroyed by a meteor in the Permian age? You mean when most dominant life forms on Earth was destroyed by the K-T meteor?”

My remark:
God dose not destroy, as we understand destruction. How are we do judge destruction, from this world or from the world that the destroyed entered in to? Are we seeing things from only our dimension and forget that perhaps there is another dimension? How do we know that which is painful to see happening to others is actually painful. There are some who would argue that the mind has a way of blocking out pain in catastrophes,


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