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Re: Re: Re: Re: The Singularity Of God

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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 8, 2000 07:58:13 UTC

Hi Miriam. I like your style. I would tend to agree with your post. Why does God have to be male, or humanoid for that matter? If we were, indeed, created, and in (His) image then I would tend to think that likeness would be in our creativity or proclivity to create. It's more of a mental thing on the likeness, I would presume. Yes, whom or what created all the 'stuff'? Was "He" lonely? Well, since 'He' (for lack of a beter word) is supposedly self sufficient so not lonely, that may not be a 'reason' to create. An isolated human might tend to put that concept upon an Diety.
I don't think anyone could 'constrain God to limiting human woes. I think science trys to figure out how but I never heard of the, by whom, concept yet. But not just how it works,but how to utilize the 'stuff' to our advantage. I just think go to the source instead of trying to 'look through the wrong end of the telescope. If there is a God He knows everything already.

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