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RE: Immortality

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Posted by bzrd on October 2, 2000 15:59:10 UTC

Your theory ignores an important question [or dillemma, if you will]. That is, what does the preceding culture owe it`s existence to? Is everything reducible to nothing plus chance? Either the universe has always existed, or, it was created by some agent or process that is not amenable to science. Insomuchas science is constrained to the space/time domain, its usefulness as a tool to probe this question comes into question. The Bible tells us that God, as a wholly transcendant being, created the universe. If space/time is a consequence of matter, and the universe had a beginning, then the Creator would know the end from the beginning. Indeed, this Creator, acting as the First Cause, could ably be referred to as Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. He not only knows history in advance, but would be able to intervene, at will, into our temporal domain. There is only one holy text which describes such a Being. There is only one holy text which contains His-Story written in advance, transmitted super-naturally from outside the space/time domain. I pray you will read it and come to know Him.

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