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Re: How Do We Know What Was The First Made Thing

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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 10, 2000 16:04:27 UTC

Hi Ritch, if I may interject here, The one Creator may have had other non-sequitor beings for assistances. JWhether God is a force or not the many forces may be His many helpers. Christians believe that God bcame flesh in the form of Jesus. Maybe we all came from a realm where there is no flesh or organic matter. Is it hard for you to imagine more than one Creator? I kind of get your point however. There could be others who are 'companions' of God. We could all be companions of God if we put our mind to it. Well, I'm getting off your point here of why does there have to be only one God.

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