Re: If god exists, what created god?

C.E. Bourne (u9215482@muss.cis.McMaster.CA)
14 May 1995 12:06:58 -0400

In article <3omnkm$>,
Rahul Anand Narain <> wrote:
> (Mathew D. Hendry) wrote:
>A rather interesting reference
>TMTCH Guide. 1987 Edition. Page 6.
>ISBN 0-681-40322-5
>"Not only is it a wholly remarkable book, it is also a highly
> successful one -- more popular than the Celestial Home care
>Omnibus, better selling than Fifty-three More Things to DO in Zero
>Gravity, and more controversial than Oolon Coluphids' trilogy of
>philosophical blockbusters, Where God Went Wrong, Some More of
> God's Greatest Mistakes and Who Is this God Person Anyway?"
>These kind of books are against Christianity. And in Lord's name
>how could Douglas Adams, a Britisher, author it ? This world
>is all going to the heathens and pagans.
>Shalom in Jesus's name.
>Jesus Loves me and he knows I'm right,
> I bin talking to Jeesus all my life.

Excuse me Rahul, but you have one hell of a nerve to be so blinded by
your beliefs to bad mouth other religions. How dare you say that the
world is going to the heathens and pagans... like that's a bad thing with
people like you in this world. Maybe you should stop talking to "Jesus"
and start opening your eyes to reality. Douglas Addams is an author of
fiction. Can you say that... Fiction. If you find a book offensive
don't read it. Just because you think that something is anti-Christian
doesn't make it wrong. Maybe with more heathens and pagans (who for your
information also believe in supreme beings, the Goddess and the God, if
you didn't already know that) in this world there won't be so many
religious wars and narrow minded individuals like you who think that
their reality is the only "true path". Wake up and smell the coffee,
there is no single truth but a collection of many truths, that's why
there is a thing called different religions for different people.


"And it harm none, do what thou wilt"