On May 5, 1:27 am, Kim Jones <kimjo...@ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> On 04/05/2009, at 12:57 PM, daddycay...@msn.com wrote:
> > But doesn't it make sense that if God were personal, and a human
> > person like us could relate to him/her as a person, then that would
> > result in expanding our consciousness?
> > Tom
> What particular (and verifiable) personal interactions with God would
> you be able to claim Tom?
If you look at what I wrote, I am not claiming anything.
> Many people make this stupefying claim from time to time, but none
> have ever been independently verified to my knowledge.
> But then I guess it would no longer be "personal". That's the trouble
> with "experiences of God". Being so personal, you can only wait for
> your own personal experience to turn up. What if it doesn't?
> Best regards,
> Kim Jones
If you look at what I wrote, I am simply asking about two logical
The first question is in the form of, "Does A imply B?":
> I agree that religion, and a lot of other stuff, produces a lot of fake
> Not good. So that implies that atheism is the way to go?
The second question is in the form of, "Doesn't C imply D?":
> But doesn't it make sense that if God were personal, and a human
> person like us could relate to him/her as a person, then that would
> result in expanding our consciousness?
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