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Re: The Hypostatic Union
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Published: 17 years ago
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Re: The Hypostatic Union

"nothing new under the sun.

if baal be your god then cling to him. but if jehovah be your god, listen to and obey him. there is but one god - there is no other."

Your "if-then" statement does not exhaust the totality of possibilities. There are ways of thinking about God other than that which you are familiar with. Take, for example, a Druid perspective. Ian Corrigan says:

"That's the first lesson I draw from Nature as model of the Divine. In nature there is no unique or single thing. Nowhere in nature is there a category of things of which there is only one. Snowflakes are individually unique, but there is never only one snowflake. Things have variations that make each thing individual, but each thing is always part of a category.

"The monotheists posit that the Divine is entirely different from Nature, that Nature is a clockwork that the Divine has made like a watchmaker, that the Divine is totally different from Nature, that it is "supernatural". The God of the monotheists is an "owner-operator" of the cosmos ("Independently owned and operated since Zero"), but I say instead that there cannot be a supernatural, that there can't be more than one order in the world."

Nature is far more complex than your oversimplified and pre-packaged group-thoughts which you present here as "arguments."

Cro maat,


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