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Your Evidence Is Hearsay

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Posted by Ivan on November 11, 2002 00:36:59 UTC

The perceived universe is made of 3D + a time dimension. It follows that the Creator of the universe must have created the 3D + time dimension. It is not unreasonable to conclude that since the Creator of the universe created that time dimension, S/He would not be constrained by it. In fact, I demonstrated that it is scientifically possible according to the theories on Hypertime. You have not attempted to disprove this overriding argument.

Your evidence about the prophecies is not admissible because those predictions are merely hearsay. You are making a big jump from prophecies made in a certain book to your conclusion that those prophecies were made by The God. The only thing that your evidence could prove is that Isaiah's predictions are man made fabrications and that is why they are inconsistent.

“Where are the exact prophecies?” you ask, as if it is our purpose in life to know the exact future. The fact that we are not able to know the exact future indicates that this is part of the deliberate constraints placed on us by the Creator. The insurmountable nature of this constraint indicates to me that it is part of a test. This test is designed to see what decisions we will make without knowing the exact outcome in advance.

Again, the decision tree model is an appropriate illustration. We have a choice at the nodes (decision points) but no control over the branches (outcomes) and The God sees the whole tree. Please tell me if you see anything irrational with this model.

Thanks and all best wishes.

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