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The Irony Of Claiming God As Zero...

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Posted by Lake on July 2, 2000 06:33:17 UTC

If I, as I do, claim the universe began before the beginning as the Void, and that this zero was capable of willing itself into harmonic creation, I am saying that from nothing comes everything, that nothing is the source of all, that God is nothing and nothing is God.
See the irony? I say God is nothing and nothing is God and one reader could see I don`t believe in God while another could see my perspective that God is not a thing, is no-thing, and the nothing is the source of everything and within its own creation the nothing can even talk to us and reveal itself as the source of all mind and matter.
Ironic, yes. What`s the difference between zero?

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