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Re: Off The Wall

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Posted by Les on October 12, 1998 18:07:22 UTC


We all have been in darkness, at some point. But that is what theories are for, to stretch our minds to imagine, what can be. Concepts for television, based on revolving pictures, telephones, and other inventions seemed off-the-wall to uninitiated minds, in the past.

Shadow, God is a Spirit he's as real as your spirit. And there is no separation between God and science; he created molecules, protons, neutrons, quarks, and all that we call quantum physics. Scripture teaches us that God's Word is light - that's as quantum as you can get.

Man has an appointment with destiny, and that destiny is to find God in his Creation. The Judeo-Christian ethic teaches us that in the end, we shall know Him as He is.

In addition we are taught that everything that is done will be revealed....In the past we knew nothing of the DNA, but now we know that man will - given our current trajectory, be able to turn on the genetic code of every strand of DNA that has ever lived. Yes, we shall get up and rule and reign with Christ.

So, what's so difficult about mathmatically tracking the disruption of molecules?

: That's pretty off the wall.

: That is stretching the use of science a little far.

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