From: Mittmann, Mike (Mike_Mittmann@affymetrix.com)
Date: Wed 06 May 1998 - 01:42:21 EEST
Simon Hibbs <email@example.com> says:
>John Murphy says :
>>I don't agree with everything Richard D has been advocating in recent
>>posts, but the idea of worship creating Gods may have some merits?
>If this is true, then it implies that all the theist cultures in
>glorantha are self-deluding fools.
So let's look at Pavis then. We agree he is a god (yes?).
I don't think he was born a god. (do you?) So it looks to me like there
was a transition in there somewhere. Did worship have anything to do
that transition? ( I would claim that the transition would have been
more difficult without worship).
>(...) Furthermore, all theist doctrine and spiritual
>philosophy is meaningless and has no moral force.
I'm a resident of the U.S. of A, something which (IMO) qualifies as a
Do it's laws have no moral force because they were not handed down on
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