[Milton-L] Satan and Resentment

Terrance Lindall tlindall at gmail.com
Sat Jan 29 12:48:09 EST 2011

Here is my paper written a while back on God, episitemology, Einstein. Max
Planck, being & nothingness  etc. I argued the ideas through with Dr. Robert
Sagerman (PhD in Jewish studies NYU) and Mark Daniel Cohen ( Nietzsche
Today I might disagree with myself (being of two minds).

Ben Zion Orgad flew in from Israel with a British physicist several years
back and they had me sign their copies of this paper that I circulated
privately. I should have had one of you English scholars edit it for
spelling, grammar etc.


This is my brother Arnold's recent diatribe on God and our educational
system among other things...he is a confirmed atheist. He is an MD and has
several Phd's in the sciences, they being easy to acquire once he had the
On Sat, Jan 29, 2011 at 12:27 PM, Carrol Cox <cbcox at ilstu.edu> wrote:

> I have just seen brief references to it, but Stephen Hawkings claims that
> he
> has proven that gravity created the universe and there is no longer any
> need
> for God. This would seem to say that Gravity pulled itself out of the void
> as, according to the statement below, is what God did.
> Carrol
> Terrance Lindall: Interesting. Do you know about class theory? What is the
> class of all classes? Is God his own perfect idea? The Hebrews would say
> so!
> In their ontogeny they say that "God pulled Himself from the void!" And
> that
> is quite correct. God was a necessity. That is the crux of St. Anselm's
> argument. Also, does "contingent" contain within it's definition "not
> perfect?"
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