brain sizes: Einstein's and women's and miscegenation

Kenneth Collins k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Wed Sep 4 14:31:05 EST 2002


    John Knight wrote in message ...
    >[...] 
    "my kingdom is not of this world".
    
    Jesus said this in the same sense that He said, "Father, forgive them for they know not what they do."
    
    In His Kingdom, there's no 'blindly'-automated Savagery.
    
    Since there was [and remains] 'blindly'-automated Savagery everywhere in the world, His Kingdom is not of this world.
    
    For, if it were, it'd be 'just' Common-Sense to rush to His aid.
    
    Jesus was addressing the coming of His Kingdom, Lovingly, to the Ancestors of those who'll finally get-it.
    
    Anyway, if it were as you say, what sense would there be in "Go[ing] forth to all nations"?
    
    I mean, when Jesus said to do such, do you think He was 'stupid'? Do you think that He didn't know that, folks, receiving the Gospel, would not, then, themselves, "go out to all nations"?
    
    Look and see that, right in-there is Jesus saying that it's not only 'OK' for so-called 'foreigners' to be here in America, but that's exactly what's in the Gospel :-]
    
    Look and see. If it were as you say, then we couldn't even speak of Jesus - because, with respect to the original "Go[ing] out", it's =us= who are the 'foreigners' :-]
    
    So, See, "[His] brothers and sisters are anyone who hears and keeps His Word."
    
    =Anyone= :-]
    
    Not just 'you'.
    
    Not just 'me'.
    
    =Anyone=
    
    Big-Difference.
    
    k. p. collins
    
    >[...]
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