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Posted by M.W.Pearson on February 4, 2002 23:36:56 UTC

Hi Paul
>Your wish is my command.
That's great, as I am really in need of a Genie :)

***If God is weak what does weak mean?***

> 1. Unable to foresee all consequences of novelty.

And will always remain so if not in
a deterministic universe (or part thereof)?

>2. In the process of learning and growing. ("Not >mature yet" pretty much nails it.)

Do you agree that if we can truly conceive (that is, not just point to, but _outline) a level of maturity, that we can, ourselves or in our posterity, aspire to that level...and maybe achieve AN such level?


> 3. Unable to be paradoxical (i.e. illogical).

Under this definition #3, God is the strongest
ever, even if the only logic allowed were that which humans could comprehend if they tried hard enough. The usual God of the world seems a rather illogical personage by standards of human logic...

>Of course these are merely my humble opinions

...too

How close a neighbor are we? Can you see my house from your house? My sky from your sky?
My PBS affiliate from your PBS affiliate?
....my NWS zone forecast from your National Weather Service zone forecast http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/wa/zone.html ?

warm,
Mike

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