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Lou's response-aydngrawrng SLS

Posted by Lou Pilder on January 8, 2010, at 4:20:20

In reply to We are stardust., posted by SLS on December 31, 2009, at 1:33:49

> > The ones that aren't from plants or animals or minerals are cooked up in a lab, I guess, and yes, those would be drugs.
> The beauty of the System is that every single molecule that we have synthesized in the lab has come from plants, animals, or minerals. It is a conundrum to place boundaries and make distinctions between what we label as being natural and what is not.
> As I see it, there is nothing that we can make that does not rely upon the hand of God. It is the mind of man that determines how His creation is to be consumed. Thus, we use nature to heal as we can also use it to harm. The manufacture of medications to be used in the practice of physicians is man's attempt to heal using the resources that God has provided. It then becomes a matter of faith to decide upon what the Mind of God has chosen for us.
> - Scott

It is written here,[...It then becomes a matter of faith to decide upon what the Mind of God has chosen for us...].
The original question was about if taking medicines for mental health reasons was being unfaithful to God. This brought up the question as to {which God}, and what constituted a medicine.
So again, the statement in question here would depend upon which God is in question, and what is or is not a medicine.
Now the God that is represented in the scriptures that the Jews use could offer what the mind of that God reveals as to the questions at hand here according to what is written in those scriptures. There was the question as to if or if not those taking mind-altering drugs would be cast into the Lake of Fire or not according to those scriptures. The mind of that God is revaled in a way in those scriptures as it is written in the book called Isaiah in the 55th chapter the 8th verse,[...For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways...].




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