Comments on: Webcast for Common Word final news conf. on Thursday Religion, faith and ethics Sat, 23 Apr 2016 23:25:07 +0000 hourly 1 By: handy irianto Fri, 01 Aug 2008 00:46:35 +0000 Hai, all of you out there, who are of course very intelligents. I just want to make an important issue here, how can we as a human (created by God ) will ever know His being? Don’t you guys ever think that it is like a single or a group of bacteria/s which live inside our blood, and it or they want to know who we are? (even they live inside our blood). How can a virus/bacteria, even it has a life of it’s own,will ever know who is the real person and what kinds of characters of a person has?
If you guys can describe your God’s characteristics, He might not be a real God. Like a bacteria, if it can describe a person it lives inside his/her blood, the description that it has, must not be a real person, it could be it’s friend, virus?
Any body can help?

By: Michael Cecil Thu, 31 Jul 2008 13:39:59 +0000 Is the fundamental goal of this “interfaith dialogue”—first, by the king of Saudi Arabia in Madrid several days ago; and, now, by a prince of Jordan—to provide a quasi-religious ‘justification’ for what is, for all practical purposes, the European Union’s declaration of war against Iran after the expiration of this Saturday’s deadline?

Michael Cecil m/

By: Michael Cecil Thu, 31 Jul 2008 07:20:50 +0000 If the fundamental theological conflicts between Jews, Christians and Muslims are *not* discussed at a conference such as this, where, *precisely*, are they to be discussed?

Precisely how much *time* do you think you have to discuss and resolve these theological conflicts *before* the eruption of a military confrontation between the United States/the Israel and Iran?

And what if the answers you have to *both* of these questions are WRONG?

Michael Cecil m