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

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Posted by bzrd on October 28, 2000 01:51:35 UTC

You are close. Truth is found in the heart. Doubting Thomas probed the wounds of the resurrected Christ, but he didn't believe until he believed in his heart. This illustrates the inability of the sensual man [one who relies soley on his senses] to come to a saving knowledge of Christ. I have learned to trust this faith, this way of "seeing", implicitly. My friend, it his he who limits his world to what he can see, who his blind. It is they, who have "eyes but do not see, and ears but do not hear". Let us keep in mind that matter consists of things we can not see. To me, this paradox is no coincidence. God created it that way, to indicate to us, that the highest state of reality is on the spiritual plane. Chaos theory has demonstrated something theologeons have known all along, that chaos and coincidence, do not exist. It only seems that way, if you rely on your senses. God, in His infinite omniscience, controls everything. Whether one sees God in His creation is a choice. So let us choose wisely.

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