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Describing An Absolute

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on August 11, 2001 03:11:33 UTC

My Dear Carrie:

It has been my experience that a person can be certain about a belief when it is based on logic in the set of possibilities, which have to be finite when one is describing an absolute. (Here we were establishing the only three possibilities about the living GOD, the eternal, who is forever a hidden GOD, because THIS ONE AND ONLY GOD is the only infinite set (This ONE GOD is the living source of all life because this ONE GOD is the only ONE GOD who is not empty and not finite) who can and has and dose - endlessly create - new finite sets infinitely in accordance to this GOD’S own infinite free will. This we know because we can substantiate the manifestation by our own manifestation and recognition thereof.


As ever humble
Forever peace
Jisbond

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