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If That Corridor Can Be Described As This, Then Yes.

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Posted by Phillip Martin on September 19, 2002 01:23:40 UTC

"Can you imagine time as being a passage or a corridor where in we travel in the journey of life?"

I can imagine time and space as being a path that constantly changes, with its borders everexpanding. If "G_D is not bound in or by boundaries," then the corridor can never reach infinity. If infinity is defined as God's realm, then it all makes sense.

However, I, still, do not undertand a lot of what you said in your first post. Can you elaborate?

Warm Regards,

Phillip Martin

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