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Re: Faith does not necessarily imply its in a religion

Posted by Manic Fox on November 20, 1999, at 9:10:42

In reply to Faith does not necessarily imply its in a religion, posted by CC on November 19, 1999, at 18:42:41

CC, I'm responding to the following:

> I cannot claim to know the mind of God, therefore I cannot credit any other human being with knowing the mind of God. The only mind I can know is my own. And the best way to learn from my mind is to keep it constantly open to any knowledge that God wants to send my way, thus enabling me to find the "Absolute Truth" which God
himself has designed for me."

Response: It is interesting that this person, as a lot of others in this world, see keeping an open mind to Satan's subtle humanism as receiving information from God. The "Absolute Truth" designed by God is still the same yesterday, today and forever, His living Word, the Bible.

It is also rather ironic when people would rather trust their own knowledge and instincts, when (get this) we are in a page called "Psycho Babble." Stands to reason. Thankfully, I have a God who is in control and on whom I can rely at any time.

Oh, and someone mentioned "why existence?" That is simple. For fellowship with God of their own free will.

Manic Fox




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