Because I have a love of wordplay and the First Amendment, and because it evokes shades of Robert Heinlein’s “Stranger in a Strange Land,” I recommend giving Kurt Brindley a read this week. It might be borderline blasphemous, but it’s thought-provoking.
And God spake unto Moses, I Am That I Am!
And I speak unto thee, Well then, so am I!
I mean, seriously, that That in the name of God has to be the most ambiguous pronoun in the history of pronouns…
I mean, seriously, that That’s antecedent can be literally anything…
And yes, I do mean “literally”…
I mean, seriously, we are talking about God here, right?
Ergo, if that That in the name of God can mean anything at all within the expanses of the endless and infinite universes – those of the past, the present, and the future – then that That in the name of God can surely mean me.
Ergo, if God Is Me He Is, then it must mean that I Am God I Am.
Now, after reading this, I’m certain (and not just because I’m God) that some…
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