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Re: Re: The Singularity Of God And The Principal Of Zero

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on November 6, 2000 02:11:19 UTC

You wrote: ..."you limit the realm by saying that this realm can not do the same for any other deity that is independent of that god."

Nothing is independent of G_D (Allah)!! All things depend on G-D (Allah) and G_D (Allah) dose not depend on anything which makes him "THE ONLY G_D" the Originator of all things visible and invisible.

Let us not forget that it has been mentioned - and agreed by most who belive in G_D (Allah)- that the real G_D (Allah) is unlimited and immeasurable.

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