Re: Satan - to Bart
Aug 14, 1997 02:45 PM
by Eldon B Tucker
At 02:35 PM 8/14/97 -0400, you wrote:
>In a message dated 97-08-14 01:55:48 EDT, you write:
>>BTW, a belief in God is a requirement of all religions,
>The good Buddhist may argue with you on that one.
>Chuck the Heretic
It can be argued either way. One can say "there is no God" because
there's no supreme "big daddy" looking over everything,
everywhere, because no matter how big you make a being there
are far bigger schemes of existence where he is a small fry.
On the other hand, one can argue that there's a transcendental
order behind the apparent randomness of external life, an order
that goes beyond the physical (and non-physical beings). This
Order makes itself known thought high spiritual beings that
cooperate with it, and is known under different names including
This Order goes beyond the manifest/unmanifest, chaos/cosmos,
physical/immaterial splits, and beyond any duality we may
experience in life.
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