Re: Theos-World Hi there, I'm new.
Jan 10, 2007 06:21 PM
In a message dated 1/9/07 3:38:18 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
In email@example.com, leonmaurer@... wrote:
> > As a theosophist however, one cannot be an "agnostic," or one who
> > considers that there might be a separate God entity that is above and
> > beyond the universe itself.
> I may disagree with you on this particular point, or at least I
> don't see your reasoning.
LM: Since studied theosophists "know" that there cannot be a separate God
outside of the space that this universe is made of, how can they be an agnostic,
who refuses to take a position as to (and therefore, is unsure) whether or not
there is or there isn't such a God?
Since "agnostic," in essence, means "a person who claims neither faith nor
disbelief in God"... And, since theosophists do claim a disbelief in such a God
-- therefore, they cannot be agnostics, but can only be atheists.
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