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    • 12.08.07 | 20:28 (IDT)

    Religion, as Israel's universal Book describes it, is at best the rational study of the paradox of good and evil in a remarkable, unexplainable universe. Creation as we know it has a clearly discernible moral context BUILT INTO THE FRAILTY OF ALL OF ITS LIVING CREATURES, WHICH DEMANDS EMPATHY FOR OPTIMUM SURVIVAL. Thus the biblical rationale is laid out in its book of Job, arguably its most ancient as well as its most profound revelation. Presenting the human dilemma in the context of fallen beings of a higher order, echoing the account of the fall of man into Luciferian subjection, the solution it offers is a Messianic message, which the New Testament claims to fulfill, by way of a 100% Jewish cast of characters. The Book does provide a rationale for a nonviolent, non-aggressive weltanschauung, the basis for "peace on earth and good will to men". But NO religious nor Covenant basis for the Modern State of Israel!: Hans K. LaRondelle's "The Israel of God in Prophecy" www.amazon.com

    from the article: The distress of the religious right
    First published 00:00 12.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.08.07
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