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RE: Lets Just Assume That God Is Not Dead Because It Never Existed

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Posted by Tön on June 19, 2000 16:36:01 UTC

Oh boy....

If everything is possible could there be a God? The history of human understanding has always created a God(s) of intervention. Every circumstance and events that happens in humanity could be explained by the intervention and impetious plans of a higher being how every purposeful or frivolous it could be. If we can seperate ourselves from the past that places the accountability of our existence and action to a higher force, maybe then we can really investigate those questions. We are mentally to arrogant and limited as a specie to really go beyond our doing. Can we learn to unlearn? Can we genuienly clear our minds of what we assume and strive to what we can truly understand. To get there we have to absolve ourselves of all, empty our tainted minds and begin by admitting that we know nothing. Then see the world, everyday, with a childs eye.

Let us not assume anything. The only thing much more supreme thing than me at this moment is the 240 lbs. thug who has me trapped on a mounted position and ready to pummel my head against the hard concrete. Unless...


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