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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 20, 2000 04:47:09 UTC

Hi Ritch. I don't think God re-acts as I think He acts. Altho He may 'react' to sin in attempting to help a lost sheep out of his sin. As to dna: Oh, does it decompose? Hmm. Got me on that one. I should think that God would think we are finaly using our intellegence if we found the 'foutain of youth'. I suppose there would be no disease if there were no aging. But maybe aging has something to do with how the universe expands and how all things, including planets and stars are born and die. I don't think death of physical can be stopped for the simple reason of the nature of the physical cosmos. Te very nature of the world is impermanant. I suppose one could lengthen one's life but imortality in the physical must be an impossibility because of the inate nature of things. Yes, it is unusual that a permanant Being would make an impermanant universe.

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