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Posted by Pj Boyle on October 16, 2002 02:21:54 UTC

True. But if space exists then so must time . and if God exists then God can only occupy all of the above and no less nor no more. All three exist as infinites and thus eternal. I do not wish to take away from 'mans' definition of God. That perception must exist in order for man to exist with some resemblance to order. And order itself suggests a truth. And if truth exists then there can only be one truth else there would be no
truth at all. The argument can be made Therefore, that if a single truth exists then so does God. This places the basic "laws" of our universe into perspective. Mankind merely has trouble in defining a God due mankinds' natural tendency to be finite. Hence our dilimma and hence our many strifes in the name of ....
Hope I shed a little more light on to my small riddle.
'crimzon'aka cerpico

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