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The Eternity Complex pt IThe light froze, dead, in its tracks, caught in the omnipotent freeze of the binding wavelengths. For a moment--an eternity, for the beam of light--time stood still, and all was nothing. The analysis began: The light was dissected, brutally torn into tiny shreds, as the clumsy scientists examined the remains of its corpse for the imagined organ which gave it life. They have never found it before, and they will not find it this time; in fact, this experiment will never yield the secret to light's vitality, locked as it is in the irresistably holistic construction of the soul.::God Lies Buried ~~ Life Overruns Art::Never before had Kandrew seen such a magnificent facility. The Kryznowksi Institute for Advanced Study had only been completed two years ago, but already it had become home to the most advanced physics research in the known universe. Kandrew marvelled at the enormous paraspatial apparatuses that hung, evanescent yet inestimably huge, in the distance; their size was nothing c
Divorcing the Will of GodWhat is sin, asked the priestWhat is perfection, asked the scepticWhat is god, asked the agnosticWhat is man, asked the godThe inconceivable burden of perfection rests solely on the shoulders of GodNo action or thought which is not in accordance with that indefinable ultimate goodFree will for mankind generates the right to claim unhappiness misery death and sinFree will for the sinner generates the right to assess all data and choose the wrong pathFree will for the believer generates the right to assess none of the data and choose the right pathFree will for Christ generates whatCan any conceivable omniscient benign God act in such a fashionThat a purely rational ethical code would identify its actions as incorrectCan the inventor and generator of reason act in an unreasonable modeOr must reason be subordinate to its creator, thus preserving divine freedom?Reason must dictate a single correct response to a situation once all variables are knownAnd surely if there is one