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Posted by Greg Armel/">Greg Armel on May 7, 1999 10:07:23 UTC

bzrd: You guys are good! Not being sarcastic either. Do you think God created the physical laws or is He bound by them? he'lak: The only answer is that this is some what of a paradox. He created them, but at the same measure He is bound by them. Because if He created them He can't go against them Because He would be divided against Himself, and a kingdom divided against it's self can't stand. Greg: God is Always aware of Everything, Everywhere, ThroughouT His Creation. The Fourth Dimension, Time, came into being with His Creation, yet He is not bound by it, He is always in the Here and Now. This in no way divides Him from His Creation, for He IS ONE with Every Here and Now that IS, and Aware of Every Here and Now ThroughouT. He is amoral, yet He abides by the Highest of Moral Integrity. If He performs a miracle(a suspension of Natural Law that Creation abides by), such as providing support for J.C. that water's surface tension could not provide, it is because His Creation is in No Way adversely affected in that particular instance. Even in J.C.'s Time men were still inclined to believe in boats, so surface tension still came to be understood. :o)

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