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Author Topic:   Will The Real God Please Stand Up?
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Message 70 of 364 (379477)
01-24-2007 11:16 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by Phat
01-22-2007 10:06 AM

Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva
The true triune god of the universe demands to be represented. Not only do it/they have a high readership (the Vedas and the Mahabarata are very popular, and the latter has even spawned hundreds of low-budget movies), but the universe itself evidences their existence. I submit that science itself has provided the evidence. Consider the following:
- The universe is. Science has determined that in the beginning the universe-to-be was an infinite point containing the potential for all that would follow. We have even see the echos in our telescopes. In this, science itself has touched upon the essence of Hiranyagarbha which both contained and was created by Brahma.
- The universe continues to exist, although in dynamic disequilibrium. Vishnu the Preserver, god of a thousand names, strives against the forces that would tear the universe apart. No other godling even recognizes these forces exist, and hence is powerless to affect them.
- The universe is winding down the entropy gradient. Suns are dying, and even locally 98+% of all species that have ever existed on Earth alone have gone extinct. All these facts show the fingerprints of Shiva, Destroyer of Worlds. No other religious figure or pseudo-deity can so well explain the observations from nature.
It is clear that science provides the most compelling grounds to accept the Triune God as the One True God (tm).

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Message 194 of 364 (381541)
01-31-2007 4:12 PM
Reply to: Message 193 by Malachi-II
01-31-2007 3:59 PM

Honorable members of the committee, I strenuously object to the inclusion of candidate Spirit into these proceedings. The Christian God is already under consideration. Just because He/She/It claims to be a Triune deity doesn't allow multiple submissions or candidacies. If we permit this, I submit we must allow the Hindu Trinity to also be represented by multiple candidacies.

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