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Posted by Brad on June 4, 2001 02:26:21 UTC

I agree with all that you said except the last line, "Christ is Lord".

I don't dispute that He is responsible for all that is or ever will be. But I think to call him Christ is to jump from the "Wisdom that was present from the beginning". Nothing? What is nothing? What you consider nothing seems to be what you cannot see. But the Universe including free space(vacuum) is filled with things you cannot see but are there and there existance can be accounted for, magnetic force is a good example. Now i'm not trying to dispute His presents at all but I am disputing the accounts of the people which preceeded us so long ago. I don't find it accurate that ANY book, writing, or story can account for the actions of a higher being, unless they were further supported by more concrete evidence than just words. The same words that make up the thoughts I convey to people through this writing. I say to you if you want to belive in God than belive in Him not in a person or a book or a building or any other tangible thing. But I fear your head has been to hardened from what makes you see/feel things with your own heart.

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