Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"
Kai Henningsen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
30 Apr 1995 11:50:00 +0100
email@example.com wrote on 21.04.95 in <Pine.SOL.3.91.950421014359.8876Afirstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On 20 Apr 1995, Richard A. Schumacher wrote:
> > In <D7Bp5K.J1I@crash.cts.com> email@example.com (Robert Roosen) writes:
> > >OK, I'll bite. What's the difference between nature and God?
> > Nature has no consciousness or intent. Most conceptions of
> > gods hold that they have consciousness and intentions.
> We should probably move this one to alt.religion. I believe in God, but
> I don't believe God is a separate entity with intention or emotion.
> Consciousness, maybe. And actually, many Eastern traditions don't see
> god as separate from anything -- humanity, nature universe. All God. So
> like my friend earlier, I have to ask, whats the difference?>
Well, this discussion won't fly unless we define what, exactly, we mean
with terms like "god" or "nature". There are too many different concepts
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