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Re: The Singularity Of God

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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 7, 2000 20:58:34 UTC

To all on this thread. Well, I didn't read all the posts ok. God may be one being but he has many energies bringing things into being and upholding them and 'destroying' them. Blind belief? Maybe. There can be one mighty god with many little gods under him. I think God would want us to use our 'brains' to figure out things and not accept blindly what is put before us. I just think there is a God and He/it knows everything we are thinking and doing. I just don't think the diety would want anyone to be misslead. Can we use God and science too? I feel God would like seeing his creatures excersizing their minds. It might make Him proud of us. Since we are purported to be His children OK. I just don't like people missleading people and clouding their minds with inept ironious concepts. I would God would want us to know what's going on, not what this or that group thinks is going on. Each of our relationship with God is an individual thing between the one person and God. Cults are not where it's at. We must make up our own minds about that relationship and how we want it to be. Does God and science go together? Well, if our thinking becomes clearer it may or could go together. We muct have clear thinking.
Wilderness Voice~&

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