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Posted by A Louis on July 6, 2000 06:45:19 UTC

What is it that we all believe in about God that we can agree upon?

Is any definition of God adequate?
Can we agree on what God means, or is?

I suspect that the entire Universe is a living intelligent thing. This idea of god transcends both the macro and microcosmic. Every thing that we call life is an extension of this Universe. A Universe expressing itself through its creation, and continuously evolving itself.
The sprit of man is God, or any other term you want to use to express this idea. We are all one through our common DNA.

What do you think?

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