Re: virus: Fundamentals

Todd M Kuipers (
Thu, 28 Mar 1996 15:37:24 -0700

At 03:20 PM 3/28/96 -0700, Lather. Rinse. Repeat. wrote:
>On Thu, 28 Mar 1996, David McFadzean wrote:
>> At 03:32 PM 28/03/96 -0800, Vicki Rosenzweig wrote:
>> >no reason I can see that the existence of a god would imply
>> >the existence of an afterlife.
>> Good point. What *does* the existence of a god imply?
>I guess that depends on the nature of the god.
does the fact that 'it' is described as a god mean that it is a creator? or
at the very least a maintainer of something.

If you mean a supreme creator:
- The exisitence of such would imply its existence... ;)
- would imply that there is a logic or order at work even if you (the
created) cannot discern what that plan is. The plan could be active or
passive participation in its creations' exisitence.

(of course this is pulled from my view based upon a childhood environment of
openminded christianity...)

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