Re: If god exists, what created god?

Eric Shook (Panopticon@oubliette.COM)
Thu, 4 May 95 09:34:26 CST

In article <> "C:WINSOCKKA9QSPOOLMAIL" <> writes:
> Creating paradoxes can be fun but the only true paradox is God himself.
> God is bigger than the entire Universe and smaller than a single atom.
> He created the illusion by which you are able to consider that you
> exist. He can eat whole galaxies for breakfast and sail his yacht down
> your alimentary canal before lunch. If you consider the Universe to be
> large you are mistaken; if you think you are small you are confused.
> You are neither large nor small, old or young. You are none of these
> things. God is all of these things and everything you know is an
> illusion, incuding this.
> But don't let it bother you :o)

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A gluck, gluck, gluck :) Schnee!

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