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October 12, 2004

On Cool Hacks and Miracles...

Ok so first thihngs first. There's a cool site that's cool. www.hackaday.com. go there and learn cool stuff. like how to make a $30 ramjet.

But now on to the real point of this blog entry.

C.S. Lewis says that a miracle is the religous interpretationof an event. I'm not sure I completely agree with that. I mean, I think God has a will, and if something happens because of God's will, isn't that a miracle? The pointisn't that I *say* it's a miracle. Its a miracle whether I know it is or not. The point is that God worked in the world, via natural phenomena or supernatural. That's the miracle really, God getting involved in the world.

Ok well maybe i'll post some more songs I've been working on later today or something...

Posted by pedalboy at October 12, 2004 4:45 PM | TrackBack
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Wow... way to go on the attitude towards miracles. I would say I agree with you, and that I've never thought of it like that before.

However, questioning C.S. Lewis is dangerous ground, my friend. *wink*

Loves,
katie

Posted by: katie is awesome? anyone? anyone? at October 15, 2004 3:58 AM
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