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Posted by Greg Armel/">Greg Armel on October 14, 1999 13:56:14 UTC

Greg: Alright, understand, that this is my own personal thoughts on the matter, and no other perception that I know of coincides with mine. I believe that all of the Universe is God's Truth, that we are enveloped in God's Truth, and the only Truth, we can come to know, is in fact, God's Truth. Now if you have approved of the Truth as the Universe, God's Creation, has approved of involving you in knowing it to be, and God receives you into Oneness, Eternally, your perception of yourself will be Heaven, Eternally. If you have denied the Truth that you have been enveloped in, and God receives you into Oneness, Eternally, then your perception of yourself will be pure Hell, Eternally. Ah, but God's Sword Heals Even As It Cuts, and thus, even a second, can seem as though it were Eternal. :o)

Beelzebub: Yeah, that really sounds logical. But what is the Truth? Do I deny the Truth when I use the logic (that God has given to me) to find the real meaning behind all the contradictions? Or do I deny the Truth when I "blind" believe in all that illogical stuff from the "prophets"?

Greg: The Truth would be that which solved all the contradictions.

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