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You Say "the Nature Of God" And "God's Nature Is" Are Different?

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on April 10, 2003 04:17:41 UTC

Tim:
In your origial post, Tim wrote:
"the nature of God is by definition beyond mankinds knowing"

Tim's reply said that I did not included the entire sentence. Tim wrote in the original post:
"the nature of God is by definition beyond mankinds knowing since everything with God is the ultimate in perfection"

Then Tim wrote that God's nature is "STILL"
"timeless" "unchanging" "SPIRIT"

So Mike asked:
"Since you (Tim) have said mankind cannot know
but apparently (Tim) can know God's nature, are you saying Tim is not of Mankind?"

So Tim replied:
"your words "God's nature is" not mine Mike."

At the end of the post, Tim said,
"i suspect that the universe by it's nature takes care of the action for God."

Mike does not endorse that idea. I say that is quite a disordered system of thought.

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