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Truth Vs Imagination

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Posted by Brian E. Sloan on February 15, 2003 18:17:11 UTC

Your assertion, that the Book was assembled by Turkish priests, circa 325 A.D. is a new one...

I propose that the physical laws of the universe are indicative of design, not that they followed scientific laws, as you say that I say.

Natural law is part of the universe. To say that the universe was formed according to natural law, when there is no law without nonsensical.

Human ethics [along with just about everything else human] is fundamentally illogical---so on this much we agree.

The "real work" of ethics and theology does not consist of putting our collective imaginations to work, as these must ultimately be founded on a transcendant Truth---that is larger than us.

Or we are just deluding ourselves.

"You shall no the Truth and the Truth shall set you free." [Jesus Christ from the Gospel of John]


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