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Re: the nature of God simus

Posted by Dinah on May 1, 2004, at 21:20:00

In reply to Re: please be civil Dr. Bob, posted by simus on May 1, 2004, at 16:58:40

I was raised in the Mormon church, and am pretty sure that incorporeal was all that was meant. As opposed to flesh and blood.

As one who *does* believe that God is incorporeal, that God couldn't be confined to a mere body, I find nothing offensive at the thought. I always consider God to be beyond my understanding and vast enough to fill the universe. Isn't there a belief in the Jewish Kabbalah (could be wrong here, it's been a while) that God's breath is what sustains the universe? I've always loved that thought.




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