> This line of conversation just gets weirder and weirder.
>> >But what's the length of a "day" in God's Eternity? How can anyone
> say=anything= with respect to such?
>> It doesn't matter how long the day is, if you create one thing you can't go
> back and then create something else earlier. Well you could if you travel
> back in time.
Nope... folks at Fermilab have demonstrated that that can't be done... what's
been referred to as "time" is a strictly-one-way affair (at least in the
Universal epoch in which we exist... we can't build "perpetual motion machines"
for the =same= reason).
> But why not just do things in the right order to begin with.
>> >Be-cause I've traced the energy dynamics of our nervous systems all the way
> >to Free Will, and have seen, with my own eyes, that our nervous systems,
> >which we actualize behavior, are =totally= "in Love" with the flow of
> energy in
> >which they're immersed.
>> I'm not an expert on the nervous system but I didn't realise that you could
> trace individual emotions in it. If possible could you explain to me how
> love works in the nervous sytem (sarcasm intended).
>> Life Begun! at
> >the moment of Conception, to the sweet "thunder" of collective voices
> >God's Praise, to our final Hope as Life goes our of our bodies in it's
> >Rush to Join God... everything within us =Resounds= with God... why not See
> >what's so Awesomely-Beautiful in all this rather than cast God in our
>> Look if you want to preach the name of Jesus why not go to a religion
> newsgroup. This is microbiology newsgroup. Most of the people here have
> never seen god under the microscope and I don't think that's gonna happen.
> He isn't going to be sitting there next to a mitochondria!
> Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to offend you. I believe that everyone is
> entitled to their believes no matter how weird they are. But when these
> people start talking about their religion outside of the subjects in which
> it belongs, then that annoys me. Religion and science were never meant to be
> joined (well maybe at philosophy).
> So please don't use this newsgroup as a pulpit.