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RE: RE: RE: Reflection In Light Of Atri (see Previous Post)

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Posted by Greg Armel on October 27, 2000 14:39:25 UTC

Hello bdogg,

While I agree, religion has been a thorn in the side of Mankind for much of our existence, the personification of God is not an error if that IS the way that it IS.

The nation of Isreal was not likely freed from slavery in Egypt by a false perception of Moses, nor is it likely that same perception would create the religion of Judaism and fuel adherence to it for over 4,000 years(one of the oldest religions in the world), if there were not something to it.

ThroughouT, the Universe acts as an incubator to the Creation of Life, A Purpose, indicative of a Personified Form, and one that could not have originated with us.

You speak of the Perfect Balance between CosmoS and Chaos, yet in Truth there is no Chaos, for every apparent instance of Chaos in fact only leads towards further CosmoS.

The Big-Bang was the Most Awesome Explosion in the History of the Universe, yet Gravity, the Very First Law of Physics Created, just happens to Be the Only Law of Physics which might contain that explosion. Yet it is also the Weakest of All the Laws of Physics, allowing for the Utmost Optimum expansion and therefore the Utmost Optimum Creation of Galaxies, Solar Systems, and Planets for the Creation of New Life.

That is just a little too convenient not to be an act of ConsciousneSS. :o)

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