"A Conversation With God"

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"A Conversation With God"

#1 Post by K » Mon Dec 26, 2005 10:01 pm

This really is an amazing article, even if it is all false, it makes you really think.


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#2 Post by A moment of silence » Mon Dec 26, 2005 11:04 pm

:? Well, this is a weird article--- I would say this so called God might have been a stalker or a...something. If a guy like that approached me, I'd call the cops. But thanks K, it does make you think.
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#3 Post by The Shoegazer » Thu Dec 29, 2005 10:36 pm

gee, that dude must have no life to think that stuff up. Pretty good arguments though but please. Those crazy englishmen.
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#4 Post by Just Like Honey... » Sun Jan 01, 2006 2:29 pm

The Shoegazer wrote:gee, that dude must have no life to think that stuff up. Pretty good arguments though but please. Those crazy englishmen.
To be honest, I thought the arguments were horribly nonsensical and completely without rationale. What this seems like to me is just an aspiring philosopher (that may be too strong of a word - maybe 'wannabee' would be more appropriate) that likes to do a little writing/blogging (although I must admit there is a big difference between actual writing and that horrible pastime we refer to as blogging.. any present company excluded) on the side. I thought it was an interesting read, but if Mr. Philosopher is writing this so people will think he's smart or something he will be sadly disappointed. Then again, after reviewing the rest of the site, it becomes clear to me he doesn't really intend to convey the message that his article is supposedly true, so any qualm that I might have had with it is now settled. Good Read :wink: .
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#6 Post by Pitman » Thu Jul 27, 2006 8:33 am

Yeah, just another armchair wannabee philosopher. His concepts are rather childish and simplistic in particular, the Level 1 and Level 2 format. I think he must have read the books of Seth, or other similar "channelled" material. It's pure fiction. But hey, a lot of science fiction which predicted future possibilites ended up being true. So, you just never know.

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#7 Post by jm » Sun Jul 30, 2006 4:17 pm

Sorry, I've no interest at all in Mr. God.

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