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You Can`t Sink Teeth In God

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Posted by Daisy on May 4, 2000 02:46:50 UTC

One whiner of this forum who seems to add nothing other than complaints of God Science, has asked this forum provide something for this carrion bird named buzzard to sink his teeth into.
God is not a thing which is subject to the law of relativity. God is before mass and energy. God is beyond time and space while also the creator of spacetime investing Godself into the creation. Godself is in nature and even in the minds and hearts of humans. God even once manifest as a man named Jesus. The masses sunk their teeth into him, figuratively, but relistically they sunk spikes and a spear in him. Is that what you wish, buzzard?
Lovers of the material scientific world lost ground when Einstein refuted some of Newton`s irrefutable materialistic laws. The materialists who need something in the God/Science realm to sink their teeth into would do well to study the science of harmonics as this relationship of waves can be found at any quantum of creation. Proponents of harmonics can see this no other way. To others who don`t like such mathematics which reveal even solid objects in terms of superstrings of frequencies or wavelengths, satisfaction can never be achieved. Those complainers of such perspectives will eventually be weeded out throught the evolution of future generations.
That`s my perspective.
Love, Daisy.

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