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RE: If Science Is To Explain God

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Posted by bzrd on March 21, 2000 12:16:31 UTC

Interesting. Could it be brother Hawking is wrestling with some spiritual issues? In John chapter 1 vs. 1; In the Beginning was the Word...; "Word" is the transliterated from the Greek noun "logos" from which we derive the English noun "logic". "In the Beginning was [the] "logic"... Is it unreasonable to presume that this "logic" exceeds the semantical constraints put upon it by the limitations of human dialect? Put another way, is this logic capable of holding the universe together; is it the devine manifestation of the GUT? Would it not be ironic that the "holy grail" of the physicists turned out to be the Word of God????

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