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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 30, 2002 16:28:53 UTC

"What I am saying is that if God can see the future, then I HAVE to write this post. I can't not."

Like I said before, we are not going to agree in this. But it is kinda fun to debate this point though.

Anyway, here is what I think spelled out.

God created the earth 6,000 years ago. At that point he already knew what would be happening today.

Let me put it a different way. God can not be put in a chronilogical timeline. (this is my belief, I'm not speaking for Aaron or anyone).
I believe God usually operates outside the phyisical and chronilogical world us ours, and that things he does seem to defy our phyics and our concept of time. With our minds we can not understand God amazing glory. I know I'm getting preachy, but that is what I believe. KC2GWX 73's

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