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Re: Re: Re: Re: The Mystic LAw.............

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Posted by Glenn on November 25, 2000 02:56:58 UTC

you wrote:
It is not that I doubt the existence of some undetectable guiding force. But everything you say is so abstract that for example I could substitute the word god for mystic law and make exactly the same claims. As far as I can tell it's all semantics.

answer: Mystic law and god is different because in that it is perfectly immanent in the whole cosmos and in human life. It is not a force outside the cosmos. It is the cosmos itself.

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