Re: Defining Soul
Nov 10, 1997 06:44 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <3466763E.email@example.com>, Vincent Beall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Most ordinary use of the word soul has the meaning "spiritual-soul".
>This soul is the essential you, it has structure, and within the
>structure your entire self is reproduced complete with consiousness. The
>substance of this 'organism' is spirit.
No. This organism is *informed* by spirit. The soul has a sense of
"self" while the informing spirit has a certainty of Being, of I-
If this seems to be complete unbelievable, you're younger than you know.
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