Wednesday, April 29, 2009

To the Reader, "Karl"

Yes, what you say makes sense to me, and I personally believe what you say. Be aware, however, that what is involved in this topic is the very complex philosophical (and theological) nature of causality in relation to God, world, and humans. Even a conservative Western-religious view (and more so a fundamentalist one) would be inclined to exaggerate, I think, God's tight-plan-like control over all events. A moderate to liberal view would be inclined to emphasize God as the background primary cause, and to leave secondary causes, etc. to natural laws and human decisions.

The little woman better not have cooked liver and spinach again for supper.

-Old Gargoyle

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