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peanutbrittle Donating Member (605 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-23-06 01:12 AM
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22. Deepak isn't pushing any theory (I don't think) in the article...
Edited on Sat Dec-23-06 01:13 AM by peanutbrittle
He simply put together the comprehensive list of the issues to be debated from what I could tell from skimming the article.

The last thread took alot of energy out of me...LOL....didn't get much support but I can guarantee you there are some readers here who are interested in what it had to say. At the very least there is some serious cosmic wisdom in the book for those who wish.

Thought for the day:

(I didn't write this)

If this were a mechanistic universe, if God were only a force and not also a personality, if all creation were a vast aggregation of physical matter dominated by precise laws characterized by unvarying energy actions, then might perfection obtain, even despite the incompleteness of universe status. There would be no disagreement; there would be no friction. But in our evolving universe of relative perfection and imperfection we rejoice that disagreement and misunderstanding are possible, for thereby is evidenced the fact and the act of personality in the universe. And if our creation is an existence dominated by personality, then can you be assured of the possibilities of personality survival, advancement, and achievement; we can be confident of personality growth, experience, and adventure. What a glorious universe, in that it is personal and progressive, not merely mechanical or even passively perfect!
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