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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 26, 2002 12:45:47 UTC

Don't think I spelled that correctly. But according to eastern religions and theosophy and new age type western religions, there is someplace, I would say in dark matter, a record of everything that ever happened. So you can go there and reexperience what happened. But you cannot change it- just like Scrouge.

That could explain the I AM of god, if that means that god is outside of time.

However, if god created time for us, then I believe that god created time for him/her as well, for he/she said that we are created in god's image.

So god can view the past. And so can we, sometimes directly like the Saints and Gurus, or sometimes partially like in hypnosis.

God cannot view the future absolutely accurately as we have free will and can change the future. All god can see in the future is the range of possibilities generated by our free will. So in reality god cannot see the future. Even his/her prophecies such as in Revelations indicates a range of possibilities and not absolutely what must happen.

So in this regard, god is self-limiting and not all-powerful in my opinion.

yanniru

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