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Spirituality 25 Jan '14 15:27
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    25 Jan '14 15:27
    If god is physical, he must be subject to decay. If god is not physical, how does he get anything done?
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    25 Jan '14 15:38
    Originally posted by 667joe
    If god is physical, he must be subject to decay. If god is not physical, how does he get anything done?
    Angels and Holy Spirit.
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    25 Jan '14 15:50
    That's no answer!
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    25 Jan '14 16:09
    Originally posted by 667joe
    If god is physical, he must be subject to decay. If god is not physical, how does he get anything done?
    if god is physical why must he be a subject to decay?
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    25 Jan '14 16:09
    Originally posted by 667joe
    If god is physical, he must be subject to decay. If god is not physical, how does he get anything done?
    This is just logical, but if God is God, obviously you can see His handy work, creation, universe, etc.

    Have you ever thought, God is something different than what we comprehend altogether? I know in the bible it says spirit, but maybe what God is could only be explained as being spirit at the time of the writing.
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    25 Jan '14 16:55
    Originally posted by Pudgenik
    This is just logical, but if God is God, obviously you can see His handy work, creation, universe, etc.

    Have you ever thought, God is something different than what we comprehend altogether? I know in the bible it says spirit, but maybe what God is could only be explained as being spirit at the time of the writing.
    If God is something different than what we comprehend, then why are so many people willing to supply explicit details about him?
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    25 Jan '14 17:05
    Originally posted by SwissGambit
    If God is something different than what we comprehend, then why are so many people willing to supply explicit details about him?
    Maybe because know one will be able to prove otherwise.

    I've spoken of my spiritual experiences in this forum. Look at all the flack i get. I totally understand how sci fi it all sounds, and i don't push what is off planet, so to speak.

    There are some experiences that are real and can not be explained, but there are others that are plainly bunk too.
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    25 Jan '14 18:35
    Originally posted by Pudgenik
    There are some experiences that are real and can not be explained, but there are others that are plainly bunk too.
    Any thoughts on Oral Roberts? Did he really see a 900-foot-tall Jesus?

    http://www.examiner.com/article/oral-roberts-and-the-900-foot-jesus
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    25 Jan '14 20:041 edit
    Originally posted by 667joe
    If god is physical, he must be subject to decay. If god is not physical, how does he get anything done?
    It is because of sin that things decay. But God is without sin.

    Before sin Adam and Eve didn't decay.
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    25 Jan '14 20:21
    Originally posted by Pudgenik
    Maybe because know one will be able to prove otherwise.

    I've spoken of my spiritual experiences in this forum. Look at all the flack i get. I totally understand how sci fi it all sounds, and i don't push what is off planet, so to speak.

    There are some experiences that are real and can not be explained, but there are others that are plainly bunk too.
    if they cannot be explained how do you know they were real?
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