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Re: Off The Wall

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Posted by Paul Rest/">Paul Rest on October 17, 1998 00:48:20 UTC

Looks like somebody has been reading a little to much Teilhard de Chardin lately. Hmmmm?


: : Shadow,

: 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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