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RE: RE: RE: If Science Is To Explain God

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Posted by bzrd on March 21, 2000 18:24:20 UTC

Hey brother. The only Grail is that empty Cross on that Hill at Calvary. As for the Bible, the case can be made, that it is an "integrated message system from outside our time domain" [in the words of Chuck Missler]. There are aspects of biblical prophesy [accuracy/relevence to current times] that can only be dismissed using dubious logic; for ex., how many times can one play the "coincidence card", in dealing with this issue? Brother Missler`s statement is significant in that, whoever/whatever [if I may attempt to maintain some semblence of political correctness] that Created the universe must, by reason of simple logic, not to mention Einstienian physics, exist outside the domain of space/time. The way I see it, the burden is on the materialists to elucidate a viable mechanism [e.g. one that does not require blind faith] to account for logic arising from an unguided, mindless process, or embarking on the "are we really here?" discourse, which only serves to lead one to a philosophical abyss. Is it coincidental, that the simple statement "In the Beginning was the Word.." is more intellectually satisfying than the mental contortions employed the materialists?

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