[Milton-L] Satan and Resentment
kknospam at tpg.com.au
Sat Jan 29 16:08:25 EST 2011
A physicist (I forget whom) once said that nothing is inherently unstable
and will always turn into something and thus the universe was born.
From: Carrol Cox
Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2011 4:27 AM
To: 'John Milton Discussion List'
Subject: RE: [Milton-L] Satan and Resentment
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.
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
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