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Posted by Tön on July 8, 1999 02:25:39 UTC

: Lee, The list you mention is a good one. Oh yeah, Dr Hawking believes in God by the way. Yes, the God of the bible. One problem though. Everybody on the list is headed for the grave or currently laying in one. We could go dig them up, if we had too. We could even carbon date them for fun. Jesus, a historical fact. All time is based on His first coming. Everytime you write a check you acknowledge that He was here. He came out of His grave, by His own power. And is coming again with great power and glory. And every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that HE IS LORD OF ALL. And he shall gather his saints from the four corners of the earth. You could be a saint Lee.......someday you look back on this time and realize that God loves YOU and is pursing can't get away. _____

Be careful...history is not always how it is written or observed. It's facts are self serving and extremely biased. History after all is written by the winners. Tell me then who are losers? Do they tell another perspective of history? Question motive. Is truth really that sincere or is it tainted by desires of man kind...of god?

Once in a while, out of the ordinary, this Taoist says, have you read the Tao The Ching lately??


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