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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 16:54:03 UTC

Oh wait. Sorry Ritch as I got off the beam here. You were telling him that why cannot God have other beings in His non-biological realm? I'm sure He does have others with "Him'. Also I'm sure He has emmisarries here in our biological realm to help us or He wouldn't be God. In Genisis it says "Let us go down" or something to the effect of let us create. . .In plural. The one God dosn't have to mean He dosn't have friends or demi-gods. I'm using these terms loosley so I hope it dosn't spurn bad commenet. My point is the creative energy and it's subordinante energies which uphold all things. I would be hard pressed to believe that God dosn't have companions in his, as you put abiogenic realm. I agree with you that He couldn't be alone. I think the physical realm is just a part of His realm, albeit a gross manifestation of biological 'units'.

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