Re: To Vimhlub...another Analogy
- From: vimhlub <vimhlub@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 11:35:42 -0700 (PDT)
Man can't really kill what belongs to God. Man can change its form,
but man cannot kill. "Kill" is a man concept... so is death. When
one man kills another, to God, man has returned what was "dust to
dust". The lifeform, the soul, lives on. When God said, "Be
fruitful", "thou shall not kill", "thou shall not steal", etc. HE was
guiding man on how to preserve man. In God's system, everything gets
recycled, nothing is wasted. When you die, your lifeform joins God
while your flesh decays, becoming carbon, oxygen, hydrogen ...
"dust". You can actually buy these materials from a store. The
potential to put these elements together to "create" flesh is there
but man has not yet acquired the technology to put the elements
together to "create" life.
Although teev and I may be related in some way, as you and I may also
be related in some way, that does not mean that we are all programed
to think and function the same way. With free will as our gift, we
shall think and function as we wish. Even fathers and sons are free
to think as each wishes...and that is ok with God.
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