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Then Why Can't You Agree That The God Of Abraham Is That God

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 8, 2001 19:14:52 UTC

I live in one room, and other than clothes just own a drum, nothing else. I belive in one god but call him by 96 names which seem to incorporate all the religions of the world.

Christian dogma implies that god is of a different gender from man or woman. Paul said that woman is to man as man is to god. Since the basic difference between man and woman, it follows that god must be of a different gender. On the other hand, I do not have much respect for Paul. He is a 'If you can't fight them, join them and undermine them" type as far as I am concerned. For example, Jesus elevated woman when she was the last to leave his side at death and the first to be found by him upon rebirth.

The Koran tale of ink and pens scales the god described to the size of this galaxy, the Milky Way. That is a long way from infinity. Even a long way from what we can see. And it is stated in the Koran, so it must be true, right. My god is the god of this universe. My god is the universe. It (new gender) was born with a bang, a big bang, but will fade away in old age getter rapidly more fat and fragile as its density shrinks to zero both from expansion and from black holes using the available matter to generate new universes and new gods. Even gods are born and eventually fade away. Nothing is perfect.

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